A nineteenth-century residence, complete with barchessa and garden, Villa Campello stands close to the old town centre of Camposampiero, in an area that its now fully absorbed within the town’s urban fabric. An imposing structure, its main facade has a projecting central body in a rather sober style (dating from the early years of the nineteenth century), whose sole decoration consists of cast-iron balustrades to the windows and balconies.
Another noteworthy feature of the villa is the barchessa; this was built in the second half of the twentieth century; as well as being an aesthetically pleasing structure of Palladian inspiration, it also served a very pratical function on the agricultural estate. Within the villa itself, as in many others built in the Veneto at the same period, the space is laid out around a wide central reception room, off which lead a number of side rooms.
The large garden, laid out in the Romantic style, is now a public park that serves the centre of the town.
As well as housing the Town Library, Villa Campello also provides premises for a number of local associations.