Renaissance Palace property for sale in the Italian Lakes district
This palace property for sale in the Italian Lakes district is an historical building of great architectural importance and with an intriguing cultural history. The palace was once a hunting residence of the Sforza family who ruled Milan and parts of northern Italy during the 15th and 16th centuries.
The building dates back to 1597 and it is located in a village in the countryside near the Campo dei Fiori park. The palace was built on the grounds of an ancient fortress and remains of the fortress can be found inside the property. The palace is decorated with ancient frescoes and stucco work of considerable artistic value and perfectly restored by leading professionals. The property is not subject to any constraint by the Superintendent of Fine Arts.
The grand historic Italian Lakes district property is accessed via a large courtyard. The ground floor is home to a spacious living room decorated with ornamental stucco, frescoes and a large marble fireplace. On this floor you will also find the dining room with a fireplace in marble and decorated with frescoes, kitchen, two rooms, bathroom, a hallway leading to the cellar.
On the first floor you will find a mezzanine floor and a spacious lounge with coffered ceiling, library, bedrooms and a large terrace overlooking the village and the Campo dei Fiori park. A staircase leads up to the 2nd floor attic.
In addition to the palace, there is an old beautiful building that used to be the servant’s quarters and which still is to be restored.
The total built area is 2000m² with 10 bedrooms and several living rooms and lounges.
If an Italian palace built during the Renaissance and with both an exciting history and powerful previous owners, this property for sale in the Italian Lakes district ticks all boxes.