This beautiful residence is for sale. It used to be privately owned and very lovingly cared for many years. At the death of the owner it is now seeking a new owner and a new purpose. See here for more details of the house and sale.
Located just outside Milan (about 16 miles, 30 minutes average by car); and conveniently set not too far from Malpensa airport, it offers the convenience of Milan busy life, yet the tranquillity of a country residence.
Among all the residences of this area, this Villa is the oldest, the most beautiful and best preserved. It was built by the Carthusians in the middle of the seventeenth century, as their hospice. At the end of the eighteenth century, when the monastic order was dissolved, it passed to the Landriani family, who had bought their properties.
It was refurbished towards the middle of the following century, and one side was used for the processing and spinning of silk. The property was bought in 1896 by the engineer Luigi Colombo, who held residence in Milan.
The second of his three sons, Tito, inherited the villa of Mesero, which included, in addition to the palace, farmhouses and many acres of land.
In the villa there are various signs of the presence of the Carthusians, among which the most important is the Chapel, where original frescoes are visible. Other paintings can be found in the gallery on the main floor.
The property includes 3 residences; two main dwellings with independent entrances, plus the guardian apartment. Very spacious it offers many opportunities to be revived for many other purposes, commercial or private. The interior still has most of its original valuable furniture, painting, and most beautiful chandeliers.
I do hope that this beautiful property will find a new owner that will take good care and brings it back to its distinguished appearance.
3 thoughts on “A Residence Seeking a New Owner”
Sembra grande ma povero me 😢… Ho anche una residenza (appartamento) in vendita nelle Alpi italiane. Ecco il Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3tx0MiJlQA&t=38s
Looks nice. You probably have more chances to sell.
BTW: I did hear that song in ages. I forgot how repetitve the lyrics are.
Also, I’m surprised it exists in German too.
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