The house has been left, intact with all its furniture and ornaments from the time of the Theomin family, the last member, Dorothy dying in the sixties.
We were very lucky in that we were the only people on the tour on the day we went, so had a very individual experience form a very knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. With a larger group it would undoubtedly be a very different experience.
The gardens are free and the restored family Fiat a real beauty.
Not sure that there is wheelchair access to the upper floors and young children would probably find the tour and the don't touch' rather a challenge
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