Historical estate for sale in the province of Lodi
In the province of Lodi, in an intimate green area, there is this wonderful Baroque estate of the late 17th century for sale.
This spectacular villa has a U shape, it was built by famous architect Giovanni Ruggeri and commissioned by Count Antonio Cavazzi della Somaglia. This estate has been completely renovated by keeping its original features and is currently a venue for exclusive events and ceremonies.
Guests are welcomed by a path adorned by hedges, taking them to the estate, that is enriched by a Neoclassical portico.
This multi-level estate for sale measures approximately 3,000 m2 and features to spacious state halls.
Stunning frescoes, 17th-century fireplaces, statues and crystal-and-brass chandeliers perfectly adorn this wonderful estate, creating a very refined and elegant setting.
Besides its very spacious rooms, this estate for sale also includes a fantastic garden and several courtyards, the ideal places to host banquets and ceremonies.
A short distance from Lodi's city centre, this prestigious villa for sale is also well-connected to Milan and Pavia.
price: On Application
Type: Period estate
Internal surface: 3,000 m2
External surface: -
Lodi 20 km – Milan 52 km – Lugano 130 km – Milan Malpensa Airport 100 km – Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport 80 km
price: On Application
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Lodi is a small Lombard town in the low Po Valley, located on the right bank of the river Adda, it is South-East from Milan and approximately 44,000 people live there. Lodi's area has been known since ancient times for its fertile land and its great agricultural grounds, in fact, it is one of Northen Italy's most important agricultural areas.
Lodi was founded in 1158 by Frederick Barbarossa along the shores of the river Adda, an ideal position to control these lands. This stunning town offers several attractions: the Basilica della Vergine Assunta, the church of the Beata Vergine Incoronata, Palazzo Broletto, Palazzo Modignani, and the Teatro alle Vigne.
Cultural and nature tourism are what characterize this city of art in the Po Valley.