Wonderful Neoclassical palace for sale in Cremona

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This wonderful Neoclassical building for sale is in the heart of Cremona's historical centre.
This palace for sale dates back to the 18th century and is the result of a transformation wanted by Marquis Antonio, an enlightened aristocrat who loved music and arts and wished for a respectable venue for his collections of paintings, musical instruments and to hold meetings of the Philarmonic Academy.
This two-storey palace measures approximately 3,000 m2: the first floor is home to some wonderful rooms adorned with domes and caryatids which were where the Philarmonic Academy met for several times; the ground floor entirely needs renovation.
This palace is currently under the safeguard of the Cultural Heritage office, it features a total of 15 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms and is used as a venue for cultural exhibitions, concerts, conferences, and events.
Wonderful frescoes, coffered ceilings, Murano-glass chandeliers, stunning marble columns, and statues adorn this exclusive neoclassical place.
The building also overlooks this property's internal courtyard, which measures 200 m2, and is surrounded by a wonderful park measuring approximately 1,000 m2.

Technical Details
Region: Lombardy
Province: Cremona
Municipality: Cremona

Internal surface: 3,000 m2
External surface: 1,200 m2

15 bedrooms 
14 bathrooms
Internal courtyard

Milan 95 km – Brescia 56 km – Desenzano del Garda 70 km – Bergamo 100 km – Milano Malpensa Airport 150 km 

Ref: 3450
price: € 4.500.000 - $ 5,409,090 - £ 4,012,380

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Lombardia Cremona

Cremona, a town in the south of Lombardy, is known as the town of the three Ts: turòon, Turàs, tetàs
Founded by Hercules according to a legend, it was actually founded during the period of the Roman republic and soon became a vital centre of the Po valley area, with an amphitheatre for games, a forum, and monumental thermal baths.
The most important part of the town centre is the Medieval Piazza del Comune, a mesmerizing shared place that is also home to some of Italy's major Medieval monuments such as the Cathedral and its Baptistery, the Torrazzo, the Loggia dei Militi and the Palazzo Comunale.