be pampered by the warm colors of this stylishly finished apartment, living room with fireplace, kitchen, a bathroom and a large mezzanine bedroom. The house is equipped with hairdryer, air conditioning, heating, linen required for the stay of the guests and every convenience for the visitor can fully enjoy the beauty of the villa and the areas of interest ... The pool is for the exclusive use of guests of the Yellow House.
You will share your experience with our family which resides in the dwelling. It is like to be part of our home.
"In the city of terraces and churches in the 600, exact area of visions of the countries and seas" as Salvatore Quasimodo spoke of his city, Modica, the capital of the European baroque, located in the triangle of the Val di Noto, the largest site of the world ' Unesco together in Scicli, Ragusa and Noto works of arts Heritage, places that convey the strength of the people and the identity of the Sicilian.
Commissioned to Count Carlo Cartier Engineer, French aristocrat, Spaccaforno Villa, built between 1896 and 1897, it is one of the most important references of 'housing aristocratic part of the territory of Modica.
Spaccaforno villa located in the district of Cisterna Salemi, as well as describes the Superintendent,
It is a rare and interesting example of a villa on one floor, behind which there is, in a large paved courtyard, another made clear reference to the architecture of Provence, where the Count Cartier inspired.
Truly extraordinary elegance and singularity reading that the French architect realizes Villa Spaccaforno between the styles of baroque and neoclassical late advanced bodies of the main façade and the recall, clear, high reliefs in the side of the pilasters, the rising floral motif of Liberty, which give the whole a really rare plasticity.
Surrounded by a large-acre park, designed by Don Ettore Paternò del Toscano and built by the current owners who live there, Baroni Bruno Statella Spaccaforno,
also it has a beautiful swimming pool available to guests, with alternating
visits of baroque Modica moments of relaxation and rest, can enjoy the charm and
love for the restoration of a heritage so unique in Sicily. The villa is officially
Italian Historic Houses Association and registered on the site
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You can visit and where you can stay.
The villa was the backdrop to the film sets, in the series "THE HEAD OF THE HEADS", and "Il Commissario Montalbano".
The garden was photographed for publication "Gardens of Sicily" by Claire Littlewood- photographs by Mario Ciampi, as one of the most beautiful in Sicily.
The Villa has often been published in several magazines of great renown.Get the full listing »