Just 2 km from the centre of Bassano del Grappa in the quarter of Angarano and along Via S. Giorgio, where the mountain Castellaro meets the surrounding emerald hills, you will discover Villa Brocchi Colonna. The attractive old wood that surrounds the Villa and the colourful hills full of olive trees and vineyards give the landscape a striking beauty. This is an area full of history. In the fields around the Villa many archeological remains have been found. Most of them are kept in the museum of Bassano del Grappa where an ancient sepulchre may also be seen.
In the nearby little church of San Giorgio donated by the family Brocchi Colonna to the church of St. Eusebio, some important frescoes have been restored. During the seventeenth century the beauty of the area made the owner of that time build a villa to spend the summers away from the heat of Venice. The main part of the villa has been built on the former hunting lodge which has a rare double level identical loggia. All the columns and the design of the last two floors reflect the seventeenth century architecture.