Already owned by the family Motta and Simeoni, it also includes a church dedicated to San Vittore, profaned by the French army during the Napoleonic age.
An ancient and artistic crucifix, from the church of San Vittore, has been restored, donated to the parish and placed in the right transept of the church.
Corte San Vittore included 62 Veronese fields as well as the houses for four families of sharecroppers.
Daily life was regulated according to strict peasant habits: wake up at dawn without distinction for children and adults, and hard work throughout the day.
The current owner has restored the church and part of the buildings.
How to get
From Verona and Peschiera del Garda driving along the strada regionale n. 11, at Crocioni, turn into via San Vittore.
Motorway A4 Venezia Milano: take the exit Sommacampagna, at the roundabout on the left in direction of Sona / Bussolengo. After approximately 4 km, continue towards Bussolengo; after the underpass, turn right into the strada regionale n. 11 towards Peschiera del Garda. At Crocioni, turn into via San Vittore.
Motorway A22 Brennero Modena: take the exit Verona Nord, towards Peschiera del Garda – strada regionale n. 11. At Crocioni, turn into via San Vittore.