16th-century castle for sale in Pavia

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This prestigious castle dating back to 1534 is for sale in the province of Pavia.
This castle was originally a convent. It then passed into the hands of its current owner's family, who carefully supervised the works done in order to enhance and restore the property.
This two-storey complex is composed of three separate buildings, it measures 4,000 m2 overall and is surrounded by a park measuring approximately 4.5 hectares, which makes the perfect venue for events.
The buildings are structured around two courtyards: the main villa, which has a traditional C shape, overlooks one courtyard, while another building with stables and warehouses faces an agricultural courtyard.
The rooms of this refined historical estate for sale are currently in perfect conditions as they have been carefully renovated; they are spacious, elegant, and refined as is typical of a high-level historical estate, and feature mesmerizing details of times gone by, valuable floorings, enchanting, richly painted walls, refined ceilings, and antiques.
This estate would be perfect both as a private home or, as it is divided into three separate buildings, as a hotel, as it has big spaces and is in a quiet, intimate and exclusive location.

Technical Details
Region: Lombardy
Province: Pavia

Internal surface: 4,000 m2
External surface: 4.5 hectares

3 buildings
State halls
Pavia 28 km – Milan 65 km – Reggio Emilia 120 km – Genova 140 km – Lake Como 135 km

Ref: 3402
price: € 6.000.000 - $ 7,212,120 - £ 5,349,840

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Pavia is the most densely populated city in Lower Lombardy and was also the capital of the Lombard Kingdom. Its ancient origins and important past have left a very important artistic and cultural heritage in Pavia. Among its main tourist attractions there are: the museum inside the “Castello Visconteo”, San Pietro in Ciel d'Oro, the Cathedral, the Malaspina art gallery, and the famous Ponte Coperto (covered bridge) over the Ticino river. Just a few kilometres from the city there is the “Certosa di Pavia”, a historic complex which includes a monastery and a sanctuary. 
Pavia and its province are mainly dedicated to wine, cereal, and rice production. There are few industries, but it is very famous in Europe for its University dating back to the Middle Ages.
Furthermore, its proximity to Milan, a regional capital full of history and important religious, civil and military buildings, makes this location even more desirable.