At the beginning of XIX century, the duke Carlo Caracciolo di San Teodoro, kingdom’s senator, bought three buildings and gave the duty to Guglielmo Bechi to design a unique building.
The prodigy architect made an authentic artwork: three neoclassical floors, having an outstanding artistic value. This work, made with passion and authenticity, allowed the architect to build the famous Villa Pignatelli, connected to Palazzo San Teodoro by a clear common thread.
Caracciolo’s family owned the Palace for nearly a century, after which the red pompeian building was sold to the current owners.
Today, this prestigious noble residence, carefully restored in 2001, opens its doors to those who want to make it the ideal location for cultural and artistic events, congress, meetings, incentives, gala lunches etc.