Villa Odescalchi is in Parè in the province of Como.
The Villa has been owned by the Odescalchi family, from which it takes its name, since 1597. The Odescalchi are one of the most famous and most illustrious families in the history of Como; from this family have emerged numerous significant personalities, among all stands out the figure of Benedetto Odescalchi who became Pope in 1676 with the name of Innocent XI. During his pontificate, the Pope decided to expand the Villa and to build the entrance arch still existing by the same architects of the Duomo of Como. The Villa was the Pope's summer residence.
Between Milan, Como and the Swiss border, a house reserved for a few.
In the quiet of the old building, with the comforts and advantages of a modern home: this is what Villa Odescalchi offers, in the ancient Paré, above S. Fermo in the province of Como.
The property overlooks the village directly with a hexagonal construction. From there, through a tree-lined avenue, one arrives at the eighteenth-century villa. It consists of a large L-shaped body on three floors and a lower wing, which joining the central body forms an internal courtyard, characterized by the classic portico.
Energy Class G
IPE 262. 30