Villa Rachele stands outside the town of Sala Comacina, along what was the ancient Strada Regina (literally, Queen Road). The Villa is located at the heart of a 19th-century park characterised by a majestic Cedar of Lebanon standing tall in the garden, and by twelve sycamores. The Villa is barely visible from the road, but can be fully admired from the lake, due to its privileged location near Comacina island.
The Villa consists of a single building and possesses early 18th-century features, such as its structure and the interior decorations. The three-storey facade shows three openings. A wide semicircular terrace looking out onto the lake stretches out over the ground floor, and there is a pier on one side. The caretaker’s house and the pier are located not far away from the Villa, near the old Roman bridge which spans over Premonte river.