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Cisterna di Latina - Castel Ginnetti

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The Princes Ginnetti of Bergamo origin settled in Velletri in the 15th century, which became known in the 17th century for its patronage of the arts. They had a Cardinal in their family, Card. Marzio Ginnetti, who was splendid and magnificent in erecting large and sumptuous buildings, both sacred and profane. In the early 1600s, he built a Palace/Castle and other buildings with a beautiful Church, on an estate called Torricola, which he wanted to be called Castel Ginnetti, in this territory, near Cisterna di Latina.
At the beginning of the eighteenth century it was inherited by a member of the family of Princes Lancellotti.
In fact, after the death of the cardinal, the Ginnetti family rapidly became extinct; already in 1694 the last descendant, Olimpia Ginnetti, died prematurely. Marquis Marzio and Monsignor Giovanni Paolo, Olimpia's father and uncle, convinced that the girl had been poisoned by relatives for hereditary reasons, wanted to adopt the girl's boyfriend, Scipione Lancellotti (1668-1723), who took the name of Ginnetti-Lancellotti and became the universal inheritor of the family property. In 1852, with the extinction of the Lancellotti family, the estate was divided between the Massimo and Caracciolo families of Avellino, until slowly arriving at the present day.
A splendid estate surrounded by greenery that has come down to us today with a farmhouse divided into two independent units, several storage rooms, garages and stables, an ancient Roman cistern, several collaborating units, including the remains of the church bombed during the Second World War and plots of land for agricultural use, there are in fact secular olive groves that give an excellent production of extra virgin olive oil.
A unique property, already known in Renaissance times and now for sale to exclusive buyers.


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Engel & Völkers Sabaudia - Circeo
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  • Via Roma 312/314
  • 04017 San Felice Circeo
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