On the hillside called Monteluce (Monteluce = mons loci), with probable Etruscan traces, lays the area of Country House Cavaliere. The long alley of 200-year-old ilex guides to the main entrance of the manor house. You easily distinguish the architectonical features that characterise manor house, stables and peasants lodgement.
Surrounded by extensive lawns, shadow spreading trees, enjoying a big fruitgarden and blooming greens with wild wine „Cavaliere“ represents a place of peace, harmony and recognition.
Frescoes from the 19th century, cotto pavements and brick ceilings with wood barks at sight underline the rural character of the manor hous.
The wood ovens and open fireplaces, the mural decoration and the typical furniture in the rooms enhance the rural atmosphere.
The adjacent cave, in the past used as storage and wine cellar, invites during the evening to meet for a glass of wine, a pleasant talk, a game of cards or lectures and other cultural presentations.