The complex is immersed in the green of an olive grove, with exposure prevalent to the south, east and west.
The building develops on two constant levels of kitchen-dining room, living room, bed capable of three seats. In the living room there are other sofas that can accommodate at least two people.
Patio on the ground floor and large terraces on the two above levels.
All around, large equipped areas are the pleasant usability outside the building which is enhanced by three external stairs that allow you to enjoy enchanting views of the surrounding mountains.
The complex dominates the Volturno river valley
Access to an adjacent coppice. with a view of Monte Tifata, favorite hunting destination of the Bourbon king who had built his palace adjacent to the mountain range.
Two kilometers away is the enchanting medieval village of Formicola, which was Baronia dei Carafa di Maddaloni from the fourteenth century AD. c. In the palace of the prince one can still admire the staircase of honor and the throne room. The appendix of the building consists of the eighteenth-century private chapel with the cover embellished with an artistic canvas of Starace, Neapolitan school. Adjacent to this valuable church, now called the Holy Spirit, is the former convent of the Verginiani which is currently the Town Hall. The entire village was embellished with limestone pavement. On the top of the hill there is the Church dedicated to Maria SS. but of the Castle, in whose hypogeum are preserved frescoes of the Byzantine school dating back to between '200 and' 400. On a plateau at 600 m. s. L.M. there is an interesting tourist facility with a large swimming pool called "Le Campole". The entire territory is set in a verdant valley that collects mineral waters marketed all over the world (citing: Ferrarelle, Lete ...). At nine kilometers is the railway station of the Piedimonte Matese-Naples line that allows you to easily reach Caserta and Naples. From the center of Formicola, in the parking area of the mercatale area, there is the bus terminal that reach Capua, S. Maria C. Vetere and Caserta.