The villa, with its tradiationa Venitian floorplan, is beautifully located on the hilly slope facing Montebelluna and sorrounded by a pictoresque garden featuring several fruit trees and a lovely tree tunnel. Guests can enjoy an almost uninterrupted view of the Treviso's area from teh main facade projecting terrace. Villa Zuccareda was originally built as a countryside retreat for the aristocrat academic Bartolomeo Burchielati fell apart and was rebuilt during the XIX Century. It became property of the Zuccareda Family, an ancient aristocratic family from Treviso, which owned it throught its desendents until teh 1980s.
The villa hosts the "Museo dello scarpone e della calzatura sportiva" (the skiboot and sport footwear museum), a museum linked to the Sportsystem Industrial District, and several cultural institutions. Within the premisis there are several avaliable rooms to host meetings, conferences and private events in general.
Montebelluna is idially located to discover the surrounding areas and its variaty of attractions: from Asolo, the "city ot the hundred horizons" and its Rennaisance court established by Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus to the green Prosecco hills.