Santo Versace’s villa in Milan on the market

Mar 21, 2013 by

A perfect blend of glamor and sophistication defines Versace’s villa in Milan which is now on sale at Sotheby’s International Realty. To sell the beautiful property in the heart of Milan’s fashion in the Gardens between Brera and Via Manzoni Montenapoleone, is Santo Versace, Gianni and Donatella’s brother, businessman and deputy who is founder and partner of 30% of the houses of the family . It is a dream home in one of the most desirable areas of the Milanese capital. It has 2100 square meters of living space and 442 sqm and 300 sqm of private garden terrace as stated in the Sotheby’s card. The price is € 49 million. It is the first house of the Versace family that comes on the market besides the home of Gianni Versace in Miami Beach in the United States, one in which the designer lived moments of happiness and where, unfortunately, he died July 15 1997 killed by a madman, Andrew Cunanan.

Versace Villa in Milan

Versace Villa in Milan

The residence of Milan is owned by Santo Versace that he decided to sell it and move entirely to Rome where he can take care of his political career. The house as well as having a Versace license plate is an example of luxury and elegance designed by architects Carlo De Carli and Antonio Carminati representatives of the Modern Movement between 1953 and 1954. It has a plant in octagon on which is superimposed a rectangle and is one of the examples of rationalist residential post war architecture.

Versace Villa in Milan garden

Versace Villa in Milan garden

The space is spread over four floors plus a basement for the internal staff of exceptional care and beauty with details of major impact from the chandeliers in the living room to the staircase, classical statues and huge windows that overlook the garden. An oasis of tranquility and elegance in the heart of Milan suitable for those seeking the best in one of the most glamorous cities.

Versace Villa in Milan Bathroom

Versace Villa in Milan Bathroom

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