Dressed in pale pink with a neoclassical structure, Villa Ottagonale is one of two souls that looks out onto the lake filled with lotuses and water lilies. Large french windows open onto the flower-covered patio illuminated by iron lamps on reserved and somewhat secret tables. Furnished with grace and romanticism, it alternates between muted colours and the stronger tones of natural greens. The veranda, used as a dining room, is camouflaged in nature inside and out: flowers and leaves chase each other among the vine leaves and the interior walls, decorated with the same foliage. The living room has the simplicity of a house that has always been lived in and the grandeur of a Renaissance painting, where charm is the essential element that conquers and keeps its promises.
The villa has two bedrooms, one in a Prussian green and one pink, with two grand, momentous bathrooms. The one in mottled black marble even contains a small sky of stars. The living room, surrounded by niches and neoclassical vases, overlooks the patio and the lake shore, and is perfect for summer evenings, winter mornings, aperitifs and dinners. The large veranda, surrounded by flowers and plants, is a wonderful dining room from which to admire nature, birds feeding in the surrounding trees and ducks swimming across the lake.