Roncade | Lettis’s family venetian villa

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Villa Lettis is a late nineteenth century building and is the last body of a complex dating back to the Napoleonic period with agricultural functions. The main body has a main symmetrical tripartite fronton and openings arranged in regular distances. On the ground floor there is an entrance door to lintel profile while, at first, a single lancet window gives access to a long balcony overhang, supported by three stone corbels molded completed by a wrought iron railing. Under the windows of the first and second floor, you can notice the floral motifs in relief that are repeated to the garden. The seventeenth-century barn, has a large porch formed by a row of round arches resting on simple columns.