A Hilltop residence used by the nobles and wealthy as a place of pleasure. The walls of the villa enclose many mysteries, but the most fascinating is undoubtedly the one that says that on certain nights, at the stroke of midnight, the mansion for a moment disappears then reappears again as if by magic.
The villa is one of the finest examples of Piedmont’s Baroque. Today it is a place uninhabited and in decline, but it reveals all its elegant architectural beauty outside, also visible in the interior decorations with stucco bas-reliefs, in vogue in the first half of 18th century.
In 1977 it enjoyed its last moment of glory thanks to some filming of the movie "Suspiria" by Dario Argento, but oblivion soon enveloped this villa.