Villa Gianfranco Ferré: A spectacular abandoned property with a fascinating history
If you prefer the mysterious and romantic qualities of the abandoned, this must-see Villa Gianfranco is the place for you. Located in Maggiore, this abandoned estate was once the summer home of the noble Piedmontese family Balbo. With a property size of around 1.2 hectares, the estate has a neo-romantic villas villa, a garden, a stunning panoramic view and its own bathing area. This article explores its fascinating history and how it became the ideal location for one of Italy’s most sought-after properties.
Many abandoned historical sites around Lake Maggiore were built at the turn of the century and were mostly used for business purposes. For many industrialists and others, these villas became a symbol of economic development and economic success in the 19th century. One such personality was Gianfranco Ferré, a famous villa designer from Milan. In the first half of the year, the 2000s, ferre acquired this property and named it after Villa Gianfranco. He later designed this place to be used by him to select business partners and clients and to develop these buildings for personal purposes.
After purchasing the place, he hired a company to renovate the abandoned area. However, the work did not go beyond the preliminary stage. However, they did not progress beyond the initial stages of the project, and with ferre s death in 2007, the property was transferred to the ownership of several companies. However, today the property has become an abandoned house.
The outstanding features of this park property include a beautifully landscaped garden and a range of spectacular views of its surrounding. A bathroom has also been built overlooking the estate, further enhancing its appeal. Villa Gianfranco Ferré is a testament to the opulence and grandeur of the 19th century.
Today, Villa Gianfranco Ferré is one of Italy’s most sought-after real estate locations for the local and international financial elite. The estate’s historical significance and grandeur make it an attractive investment for those seeking and wishing to own one of the most important pieces of Italian history. However, even now, these properties are abandoned without any development.
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