Project Description

_Casa Dentice

A real piece of Neapolitan history.

Acquired in 1933 by Count Domenico Dentice of Accadia in Palazzo Schioppa, it was inherited in 1993 by Angelica Dentice, who started the renovation entrusting it to the architect Alberto Sifola di Sammartino.

Over the years the mansion has been a favorite meeting place for personalities of cultural and artistic depth where discussions took place and time was spent in sumptuous receptions in the large noble halls among furnishings of elegant aristocratic taste.

During the Second World War Casa Dentice was also the headquarters of the High Command of the American Armed Forces.

The current owner, granddaughter of the Count, has made the house a cultural meeting place where music and fashion events take place, and social gatherings such as the Lyons and Rotary meetings, book presentations and charity evenings are organized.All the proceeds obtained are useful support for the non-profit organization “Pallonetto Project” which supports and identifies disadvantaged children from under-privileged communal family homes.

 

A real piece of Neapolitan history.

Acquired in 1933 by Count Domenico Dentice of Accadia in Palazzo Schioppa, it was inherited in 1993 by Angelica Dentice, who started the renovation entrusting it to the architect Alberto Sifola di Sammartino.

Over the years the mansion has been a favorite meeting place for personalities of cultural and artistic depth where discussions took place and time was spent in sumptuous receptions in the large noble halls among furnishings of elegant aristocratic taste.

During the Second World War Casa Dentice was also the headquarters of the High Command of the American Armed Forces.

The current owner, granddaughter of the Count, has made the house a cultural meeting place where music and fashion events take place, and social gatherings such as the Lyons and Rotary meetings, book presentations and charity evenings are organized.All the proceeds obtained are useful support for the non-profit organization “Pallonetto Project” which supports and identifies disadvantaged children from under-privileged communal family homes.

 

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