CASA GRANDE, VALMADRERA (LC)

“Casa Grande”in Valmadrera is a villa built in the early XIX century by the architect Bovara. It is surrounded by a beautiful English garden designed by the architect Balzaretto, the same that has designed Milan’s public gardens. In 1817 Giuseppe Antonio Gavazzi bought the villa from Teresa Casati Confalonieri, wife[…]

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CASA LAJOLO, PIOSSASCO (TO)

The current architectural layout of the villa dates back to the middle of the 18th century, and was probably the work of the Count of Aleramo Chialamberto. The facade and the decorated ceilings support this date. At the death of Chialamberto, around 1850, his cousins, the Counts of Cossano Lajolo,[…]

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CASA LUNA, ROMA

Casa Luna is located in the charming Coppedé neighbourhood, close to the city centre of Rome. Built in the 1930s, its style is simple and refined. The atmosphere is modern and traditional, creative and conventional. The owners are an international family that has renovated the house so to enjoy the most[…]

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CASA MARCHETTI RAVISCEDO, CREMIA (CO)

A traditional farmhouse in Lombard style, built in several phases. As the families who lived and worked on its grounds flourished, cultivating vineyards and grain, so too was the house enriched by expansions and additions to the living space. The oldest section of the house dates from the 1700s. The[…]

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CASA MENOTTI E MAHLER & LEWITT STUDIOS, SPOLETO (PG)

Casa Menotti Centro di Documentazione del Festival dei Due Mondi, located in a 16th century building, was the home in Spoleto of composer Gian Carlo Menotti until he passed away in 2007.Since 2011, under the guidance and the patronage of the Fondazione Monini, Casa Menotti has become available all year[…]

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CASA MOLBENA, CORTONA (AR)

Surrounded by the enchanting Tuscan countryside, next to a large orchard, woods and terraces of olive trees, Molbena is the ideal place to fully relax in a luxuriant nature, away from the chaos and crowding, but still being a few minutes away from the artistic treasures of Cortona and the[…]

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CASA MONTEROSSO, VENEGONO SUPERIORE, (VA)

Monterosso house, from the name of the hill on which is located, is in Vengono Superiore (Varese), at the border with the pine forest of Tradate and Appiano Gentile, and it’s reachable in 45 minutes by car from Milan. The manor consists of a big park -of 5 hectares-, held[…]

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CASA RASINA, CORTONA (AR)

Rasina is situated in a stunning position at 500 mt of altitude over the Tuscan hills of Cortona, which give the house a fantastic and unique panoramic view. Rasina is an ancient rural house that has been recently restored strictly using traditional materials, in accordance with the typical building typologies[…]

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CASA SANTA CATERINA, NOTO (SR)

Casa Santa Caterina is built on the foundations of a modest upper-middle-class residence from the late 19th century that was known as “the doctor’s house”, home to a well-respected surgeon in the neighborhood of Santa Caterina di Noto, an intricate maze of narrow streets, courtyards and small blind alleys at[…]

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CASALE DI MONTETOSTO, CERVETERI (RM)

The Pallavicini Estate in Cerveteri, also called the Montetosto Estate, extends for roughly 544 hectares from the sea to the foot of the eponymous mountain, where a promising new vineyard is dedicated to the production of fine red wines. The rocky and austere landscape, buffeted by the seaside winds, is[…]

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