Charming Liberty-style period villa of approx. 790 sqm in the centre of Busto Arsizio, steps from the new residential development “Luci Nel Bosco” and from the railway station.
Built in the early 1900s and renovated and furnished in 1937 by architect Alessandro Minali, the property has undergone few changes over the years, preserving its original state.
The home is on three floors above ground and is surrounded on three sides by a large 680 sqm garden.
The ground floor has three independent entrances and is comprised of the following: main entrance through the portico, spacious living area with fireplace in red Verona marble overlooking the garden, dining room, tea room, study, kitchen with service entrance, laundry/ironing room and guest bathroom.
An elegant Botticino marble staircase with sandblasted oak handrail leads to the upper floor where we find the sleeping area, consisting of a master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom, three double bedrooms, single bedroom and an additional bathroom. This level also features two terraces overlooking the garden.
The attic level is currently used as a service area but could be redeveloped and converted into an apartment to allow independent accommodation for guests and friends.
This stunning home is further enhanced by the original high-end finishes, including the 4-metre high ceilings, parquet and mosaic flooring, and the interior double-leaf wooden window frames, and includes a garage, parking space and storage room.
Living & Residential
GF, 1, 2
Price per sqm
To be refurbished
Autonomous heating, radiators
This villa is an ideal place for relaxation and privacy, thanks to its triple exposure to the property's garden.
The home is in perfect harmony with the surrounding nature, whose green areas are perfectly integrated with the interior,
making it ideal for those seeking a charming abode that ensures tranquillity and privacy.