Villa Savio, the detached house with swimming pool
among the vineyards of the Langhe

The pool is for the exclusive use of Villa Savio guests.

The story of Villa Savio: why it is a unique structure.

In addition to the wonderful view of the Langhe vineyards, Villa Savio is also unique for another reason.

The Villa was built in the early 20th century by the Savio family of artists and decorators. Giovanni Savio (1863-1950) personally curated the Villa’s Pompeian-style frescoes, which are still present in the structure today. Savio also curated the large Art Nouveau peacock that can be seen on the facade.

The painter Giovanni Savio has a special connection with Piedmont: he oversaw the first decoration of the Barolo Chapel, palaces and castles in the Langa (La Morra, Novello, and Verduno), and, outside the region, the halls of the Montecarlo casino.

In 2005, the Oberto family decided to purchase and renovate the villa, later converting it into a vacation home. In this way they would make these artistic beauties available to guests.

Our continuous restoration is appreciated every day by those who choose to spend their vacations here. And this is a great satisfaction for us, Franco, Marisa and Martina, who have chosen to keep it authentic.

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