Villa de Reali, inserted in the agricultural context of the municipality of Casier, in the hamlet of Dosson, was built in the second half of the nineteenth century by Senator Antonio De Reali, on the foundations of the seventeenth-century palace of Baron Berlendis. The version of the villa received by us is characterized by its majesty and grandeur, while maintaining a rather refined style. Villa de Reali consists of several building units and adjacencies arranged around an airy courtyard according to an "L" system. The manor house is located in the middle of a long block and rises on four levels. The representation front, to the south, follows the eighteenth-century Venetian style with a raised triangular tympanum with pinnacles, the poggia of the main floor and the classic elegantly framed rectangular windows. The tympanum and the interiors are decorated with the coats of arms of the Counts de Reali. To the north, the façade shows on the ground floor a large loggia defined by four columns. On the first floor a central three-light window and two lateral two-light windows and, on the top floor, the usual tympanum with acroteria at the top and baroque volutes. The prevailing style of the central body is Venetian Baroque. Attached to the central body large barchesse with stables.