The complex of buildings, starting from the Appia Antica, includes the “Casale di Fiorano”, formerly owned by the Convent of San Saba in the tenth century, named as “fortified house” in the twelfth century, which is the oldest part of the estate.
Going inward, you can see the “Fioranello Casali” buildings dating back to the nineteenth century, the complex structure and elegant architectural elements on which overlooks a terrace with views of Rome, born with a manor-house function.
At the center of the estate there is a building of great magnitude currently dedicated to the hospitality and other events, placed in a park created in the last century by Prince Paolo Boncompagni, consisting of a collection of rare plants from around the world and by a broad representation of varieties of plants of the Appia Antica Park.
The building is flanked by the small chapel of the estate dating from the eighteenth century.
The Estate is also the cradle of the production of Fiorano Fiorano White and Red wine, of which for many years Prince Alessandrojacopo Boncompagni increased production and was responsible for its worldwide spread.