The villa, now belongin to the Masi family, used to belong to the Engl and to the Fiocco family.
The premises of the manor – some cottages, a garden and fields – are surrounded by a dry stone perimeter wall, typical of this area.
The villa was built in the XVI century and was completely refurbished in the XVIII century.
Remarkable fine coffered ceilings, a baroque white marble fireplace and magnificent wooden doors are amongst the treasures of the villa.
The garden of the villa has been listed in the Registry of Historical Gardens drawn up by the Piano di Area Quadrante Europa because of its rare trees.