The architect Francesco M. Richini, who designed this luxurious villa near Milan, was "the most imaginative and the most talented Italian architect of the beginning of the seventeenth century" (Rudolf Wittkower). He is known to most people for the "Pinacoteca di Brera" and for the many palaces and churches in Milan.
The villa has an imposing baroque structure. You enter through a large arcade that goes on in the monumental staircase to access the first floor. The interior is characterized by spacious lounges decorated with frescoes of the "Nuvolone".
It hosted the court of Maria Theresa of Austria and maintains its vocation as an exclusive residence and prestigious event location.
On the back you can appreciate the privacy of an Italian garden with the ornamental fountain. Equally impressive are the large cellars for a total of 3800 square meters inside and 4500 square meters of garden.