The structure of the external area has three main areas: the garden, the vegetable garden and vineyard, and the traditional “prà giardin.”
The garden is on three levels connected by stone steps. The highest level is a gravel terrace facing the manor house. On the edge of the highest level are carved box hedges that demarcate that level’s boundary, and act as the defining feature of the second level.
This second level is in turn divided into two parts. The first, symmetrical and centered with respect to the house, is an Italian garden outlined by box hedges (Buxus sempervirens), and punctuated by taller and sculpted box hedges in the shape of armchairs and geometric figures.