Sober residence of the late sixteenth century whose façade preserves ancient frescoes and decoration traces. Inside, rooms with grotesque frescoes by unknown author; other with architectural scores within which are palced landscapes. The upper hall faeatures architectural elements, mythological scenes and allegorical figures attributed to Carlo Caliari. The villa was built in the late sixteenth century by the Nani family and passed a century later to Loredan. It was decorated inside by artists of the Veronese school. The building was completely restored by the then Regional Agency for Venetian Villas that purchased it in 1962. On this occasion were brought to light the frescoes in the hall and adjacent rooms depicting mythological scnes, such as “The Rape of Europe” and “Bath of Diana”.