Historical estate for sale near Milan
In the province of Milan, along the Martesana canal and the river Adda, there is this lovely estate surrounded by a big park where it is still possible to see deer and fallow deer roaming freely.
This property for sale dates back to the 12th century, when Cistercian monks settled in this area.
Around the 18th century this villa reached its peak when some state halls were added and two new buildings used as museum and theatre respectively were built.
This estate for sale is currently suitable as a venue for exclusive events and important ceremonies thanks to its perfect mix of history and innovation.
This estate measures 8,000 m2 overall and has several airy rooms. The villa is also home to a consecrated 18th-century church, cloisters, horse stables, riding court, and two Empire-style twin buildings with a small theatre and thermal area.
Besides the villa, this property also includes a hotel with 40 rooms and a restaurant.
This villa is surrounded by a 9-hectare park giving this estate a timeless charming atmosphere, and home to a wonderful swimming pool.
price: On Application
Internal surface: 8,000 m2
External surface: 9 hectares
Milan 45 km – Bergamo 25 km – Brescia 65 km – Monza 30 km – Milan Malpensa Airport 80 km
price: On Application
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Milan is the second largest city in Italy, a cosmopolitan, European city, and the economic pulsating heart of the country.
After WW2 Milan became a city of opportunity and today it is the financial capital of Italy, the reign of fashion and of Made in Italy design, a point of reference for both businessmen and for artists, photographers and designers.
The city is rich in history and has to be discovered and explored, with its magnificent monuments, piazzas and churches.
The Cathedral is the emblem of the city with its stunning Gothic architecture, it is a massive and articulated building, with tall pinnacles in gold plated copper. Close to it there is the church of Sant'Ambrogio, on of Italy's most ancient examples of the Lombard Romanesque style.
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