The heart of the Castello del Nero's structure arises from the renovation of an ancient medieval castle dating back to the 22nd century, which currently features 50 rooms and suites. The restoration project of this historic building aimed to respect the original architecture characterized by sloping ceilings with exposed wooden beams, terracotta floors and stone fireplaces. Also preserved the later changes that this refined historic home underwent in the 1700s, which features carefully conserved 18th-century frescoes on the ceilings and walls of some rooms. The castle covers an area of about 300 hectares with olive groves, vineyards and precious Italian gardens that evoke its most magnificent era. The project involved working with the Accademia Delle Belle Arti to ensure that all the medieval-era furniture, portraits, and books were authentic and in good condition.