The villa's lounges are all on the ground floor: there are six of them each with an authentic and individual style.
When you enter from the south door, the billiard room is on the right and it also features two tables for card or board games or clubs.
On the left is the eighteenth-century drawing room, called Hall of Carriages by the staff, where there are numerous paintings on display featuring different models of carriages, one of the owner's many passions.
Cross the beautiful hall with the completely frescoed ceiling and you reach the main lounge of the villa; it has an area of about 250 square metres with a beautiful coffered ceiling and an imperial table with 30 seats, a space suitable for family dinners or events that recall times gone by.
Continue through a small hall and the dining room is located on the right while on the left there is another lounge area equipped with a stereo; the door situated between these two rooms leads on the terrace of the villa, a splendid location for summer dinner and lunches in the shade of the Lebanese cedar that has watched over the residence for 400 years.