In 2000, the ancient farmhouse was restored while preserving the authentic Italian architecture. The restoration took two years and was carried out under the supervision of a well-known architect from Rome. The floors, terraces and roofs are made of the terracotta ‘mezzane’, a material sourced from Castel Viscardo. The architecture of the garden was designed to keep the century old trees intact, and for the garden to unite and roll into the surrounding landscape.
La Collina D’Oro was remodeled in 2021 creating more space by adding a conservatory overlooking the gardens, and by modernizing the kitchen area. The kitchen is custom-made, has a cooking island with the countertops made of the finest marble, and is fully equipped with built in appliances. The bathrooms have been rebuild using local stonework with an exclusive design fitting the Italian style. An automatic ‘dusk till down‘ lighting system has been installed, creating an indoor-outdoor experience, even after sunset. The pool terrace has been completely replaced with travertine and complemented with a lounge area and portico. Further, aromatic gardens have been created near the conservatory and the pool.