Lucia's alleged residence is, according to Alessandro Manzoni's novel Promessi Sposi, the residence of Lucia Mondella. The house is located in the district of Olate, in the municipality of Lecco in Lombardy. Although it is considered by several scholars of Manzoni topography as the most trusted home, it is disputed with another house located in the Acquate district called the Lucia Traditional House; Both at that time autonomous places. The rural houses are representative of Lecchese architecture: a linear two-storey rustic building, with balconies and wooden stairs, plus a courtyard in front of it. The story of: Alessandro Manzoni, Chapter II, Promessi Sposi, 1840: Dominated by these thoughts , He passed in front of his house, which was in the middle of the village, and, crossing it, he started to Lucia's, which was in the midst, and somewhat out of the way. It had that little house in front of a small courtyard, which separated it from the street and was surrounded by a wall. The house of Olate, located a short distance from the Church of Don Abbondio, is currently a private residence, so it is not possible to visit it . Nevertheless, if the front door is open, you can see the courtyard where Manzoni ran Lucia towards Renzo "shouting: - the groom! groom!". On the portal above the entrance door you can see a fresco decorated with an Annunciation from the sixteenth century. The Acquate house, located in Resegone, is considered as traditional and currently hosts a tavern that can only be visited by its customers. From the courtyard you can see the hill of Zucco where Don Rodrigo's Mansion stood.