Towards the end of the eighteenth century was built Filangieri Villa in Livardi. The property includes a garden and a swimming pool. The villa complex is completed by Campestre Park, and is situated on a sloped 15 acres that include hazel, walnut and olive trees.
Villa Filangieri also has a wine press and cantina that has been there since the 18th century, in the cellar, with many old barrels. The stables with the coach house is also still there.
The property was a fief of Livardi established in the seventeenth century. It was purchased by the family Mastrilli as other Casali di Nola. The last descendant of his branch, Vincenza, married Baron Michael de Clario and so the property remained in that family for four generations.
Then Count Riccardo Filangieri Candida married Eleonora Gonzaga, the last descendant of the family de Clario from which was born the’ current owner Angerio.
The design is axially symmetric with respect to the central path and the bottom two intersections of orthogonal paths. At the top of the other four crossings of paths converge in Cypress huts where you can stop and enjoy the nature and the silence of a timeless place.
In addition, there are rows of Cypress trees and other plants which Washingtonia, Magnolias, Lagerstromie, Horse Chestnut, infinity of roses and other plants that continue up towards the hill. Along the flat part of the garden you find yourself in a ‘large lawn with a beautiful view, is adjacent to the pool, where when the weather you can play different manifestations.
The “Campestre Park” mentioned above, is 15 acres and located on a slope roughly 250 meters high, and among the crops of hazel, walnut and olive trees that are partly arranged in terraces, there include umbrella pines, palm trees, larches, oaks Ilex and chestnut trees. There is a walking path approximately 4 Km
Rooms include an apartment in Villa with 4 bedrooms and a kitchen, along with a terrace. The main house has 200 rooms.