Wonderful Villa built in Liberty age very close to Milan

Built by the General Consul of Peru in Milan, Generoso Galimberti born in Seveso the March the 5th 1846, palace is 2th storey with tower block, a wide top porch and terrace supported by elegant columns. It is in Art Nouveau style, the facade is made with red aged clay, spacious in its colonial way entrance to recall the structure of overseas villas. The Interior is decorated with paintings and frescoes typical of the XIII century. In the garden there are significant quality plants, a red clay tennis court and a prefabricated wooden Pavilion which was exhibited at the Milan trade fair in 1918, there are also a greenhouse and other structures like farm buildings and hunting grounds. In 2008 the owner renovated  the villa.

La Peruviana is a multi-levels villa of 1,800 smq area. The main floor, along with a service area with garages, features wide halls with enrichments ranging from the “Late Empire” to Liberty style, a comfortable and luxurious bedroom area and a main tower which stands over the underlying plateau with a stunning view to the snow-capped Alps and the Monte Rosa. The surrounding park is 40,000 smq size, it features big oak and plane trees arranged in sections which serve also as windbreaks.

The municipal plan allows  conservative rehabilitation work, ordinary and extraordinary maintenance . The Villa is bounded on Legislative Decree 490/99, Article 146. Recently it was  renovated.

In our office the redevelopment building and technical feasibility are available.