Already at the beginning of the XVII century the cartography reports the country house portrayed with the two towers that characterize it. In the XVIII century it is indicated as "Casino Cesis". The mansion was then property of the Spalletti, who invited the ducal architect Hille (author of the ducal garden of Modena), in 1842, to realize an English landscape garden. In that garden, he then put an Italian Renaissance garden placing it behing the southern limit of the park. It has a square shape with a cross in the middle and the other four in the angles. For its scenographyc effect it was defined the "theater". The mansion articulates on a quadrangular body with double order of lodge, through which you can access to the upper floors. It's also visible the paving dated "1880". On the southern front it's also located the attached oratory dedicated to S.Nicolò. The complex is currently possessed by Melloni.