Venetian villa of historic and artistic interest, subject to the cultural heritage law.
It seems that the owner was Grapputo (that gives the name to the villa), that was the personal assistant of Napoleon.
It takes about 15 minutes by car to reach Venice (piazzale Roma) and about half an hour to Padua.
It boasts the classical style of the Venetian villas: a large entrance living room and the other rooms on one side.
The villa laid out over 3 floors; it was restored and equipped with independent heating and air conditioning.
Both the ground floor and the first floor includes a fireplace and a kitchen.
The top floor is composed of a large room (in correspondence with the corridors below) with bathroom.
All the bathrooms were restored.
Wooden beamed ceilings.
In the garden you find some precious statues and a tool shed. There are also trees that are more than fifty years old and younger ones.