An amazing example of pre Liberty architecture, this Villa was built in 1813, in the heart of Seveso, a town in the Brianza lowlands named after the river Seveso, which crosses the city and its district.
With three levels plus a large basement, for a total of 570SqM, the Villa is surrounded by a large private park and garden of 1000SqM, planted with centuries old trees.
On the outside, the two-style facade very well highlights the two floors and the attic.
In the inside, many of the original features have been preserved in great condition, like the amazing intricate flooring, the wooden door and window frames, the red marble fireplaces and the stunning staircase in white Carrara marble.
The Villa is developed on two main floors, with the living area on the ground floor and the bedrooms on the first floor. The attic can be integrated with the sleeping area.
On the ground floor you walk into a large entrace hall which opens to a living room and a dining room. On the same level, a large open plan kitchen and a studio, plus two bathrooms.
On the first floor you find four master bedrooms and two more bathrooms.
The vaste basement is composed of two separate rooms plus a big laundry area, and it can easily become additional usable space for different necessities. The Villa needs to be renovated.
Set right between Milano and Como, and well connected to Airports and railway services as well as motorways and main roads, the Villa is in an excellent strategic position. You can easily reach Lake Como in just twenty minutes by car. Just a few kilometers away you will also find one of the most exclusive Golf Clubs of the district, with its 18 holes and sophisticated setting.