It is one of the Tuscolan Villas: originating in the 16th century, it is named after the noble family that retained ownership until the 20th century. Located between Grottaferrata and Frascati, it covers 27 hectares and includes the historic Villino Rosso, a centuries-old park, other buildings of various sizes, and an agricultural estate with olive grove and vineyard.

The building, refurbished in green building, powered by renewable sources and equipped with sustainable, vegan and Made in Italy products, houses a Holiday Home and an Agritourism; both feature bright rooms finished with modern furnishings, fine and hypoallergenic materials, handcrafted decorations and all comforts. The farm produces wine, oil, spreadable creams; the complex hosts conferences and organizes tastings, experiences, guided tours, sports and wellness activities.