How to enjoy a visit to the villa of Pancho Villa, which is now being refurbished
By Toni Pulkkinen,The Times of IrelandA new villa in the foothills of the Blue Mountains in Panchos, a village in central Italy, is being revamped to include a restaurant, restaurant bar and restaurant terrace.
The project was conceived by the Italian government after the Italian-Italian Business Council (CICA) commissioned the architects of the Villa Roma Resort to explore how a modern villa could be enhanced to include restaurant facilities and entertainment.
The villa was originally built in 1926 and was owned by the Duke of Savoy until his death in 1968.
After his death, it was given to his widow and the Panchotaro family, who have operated the villas on a small plot of land since 1972.
The new development will have an indoor restaurant, a bar and terrace and a garden.
The new villas were designed by architecture firm CICI, and the architects have included a large terrace, a dining room and outdoor terrace with terrace views.
A restaurant has been added, while a terrace has been removed to give space for a patio and garden.
The restaurant will be operated by a subsidiary of the Duke and Duchess of Savoia, and will include a bar with an outdoor terracing.
“I was really impressed by the new design,” said CICA president Roberto Coccia.
“The whole process was a lot of fun and the villacomber is really pleased with the new addition.
We’re all very happy with it, especially as we’ve been planning the development for many years.”
He added that the villes villas in Savo and Panchuso were always quite busy.
The restaurant will also include a terracing overlooking the gardens.
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