Milano (Milano) - Elegance combined with privacy are a very good features of this home, which worthily represents one of the most exclusive, if not the most exclusive, objects in the Milan real estate scene.
There is so much to discover in this Milan which is often looked at casually, in the center as well as in the suburbs, where the tourist flows do not arrive and in the less traveled streets
Among the lesser known places, despite being in the central district of Porta Vittoria (the ancient Porta Tosa), behind the imposing bulk of the Court and Palazzo Sormani, a road opens up, Via della Guastalla which has an ancient history.
In this area of high residential value, framed and hidden from view by tall trees, we see some details of the villa that immediately make us perceive the uniqueness of the object.
Built in the early 1900s and renovated by the property in 2000, it is spread over four floors and insists on a property lot of about 600 square meters, with two pedestrian entrances and one driveway.
The surface is about 850sqm covered in addition to a garage of over 90sqm and 400sqm of planted garden and elegant pergola.
The building is on the ground floor with a main entrance that gives access to the large dining room, the living room, a study, as well as a bathroom and two staircases with a lift to access the floors above and the basement. On the first floor there are two large bedrooms with related hallway areas and two bathrooms. There are also two balconies and a terrace. On the second floor, there are two very large bedrooms with hallway and respective bathrooms. In the basement there is a living room with a fireplace, a large kitchen, a hallway, a bedroom with bathroom, two further small bathrooms, a technical room, a boiler room, two storage rooms, a large room used as a gym and a large garage.
The building has high quality finishes inside, such as marble floors with inlaid decorations for most of the surface, the remaining portions are made of fine parquet also with decorations and inlays. The bathrooms are paved and covered in precious marble with decorative elements. Internally and vertical walls are largely covered with precious wallpaper and boiserie with decorated wooden elements.
The area is defined by a high fence and wrought iron gates with original valuable decorations.
Living in the Guastalla district means coming into contact with multiple cultural stimuli: in the area there are the beautiful headquarters of the Alma Mater Studiorum (state university of Milan), the Cà Granda Polyclinic, the Sormani Library and the Synagogue of Milan. The property is very close to the Giardini della Guastalla, famous for being the first park in the city. Born to be the private garden of a college for young fallen noblewomen founded in the mid 1500s by Paola Torelli, Countess of Guastalla, in 1937 it was converted into a public garden.
Maximum 50 km from airport