Built in the eighteenth century in an area of Cavoretto called "Le Vigne", the house was purchased by Count Luigi Pulciano (Deputy Attorney General of Turin) who transformed it into a summer residence for his family. In the 60's of the following century the Count's daughters, Maria Teresa and Maria Consolata - from whom the two buildings of the structure take their name - used it to welcome the children in a summer colony, with particular attention to the most disadvantaged social groups. The house was later transformed into an oasis for spiritual exercises. Finally, in 1997 the management was handed over to the Abele group.

L'oasi fonda le sue radici nel XVIII secolo.

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