The place, at the beginning of the century, whose a distillery is mainly producing for Campari. During the second world war, the distillery left the site to a military supplier forging part of the submarine.
In the '70s it became one of the most important typography in town.
With the computer and new technology, the company had to close down and was abandoned for about twenty years. In the early 2000 we did bay part of the building.
The house is on 4 levels. Just under 300 square meters.
On the ground floor there is an open space including: sitting room with two sets and two armchairs. And an 18th century fireplace. A chicken fully equipped. A dining area with an antique Indian table 3 meters long. In this part of the house another fireplace: a 17th century cast iron sheet coming from a Loira castle decorated with 100 lily of France.
Walking in the night zone you will find a bathroom with large shower.
After, a bedroom with another large bathroom.
Two bedrooms upstairs and the third bathroom.
The garden is very pretty and the pavement is an original tiled tiled fired in a medieval furnace near Siena.
Via Bertini, in the old days it was actually a canal quite famous in Milan for the large number of water mills all along the millrace.
One of the biggest mill (a fantastic industrial archeology symbol) is now one of the most famous American Advertising Agency: JWT.
Couple of hundred meters out of the house and you are in the milan movida, bar open up to very late at night where you can drink and eat. Appetizer!
Walking across the Sempione Park and the Sforzesco Castle you are right in the center ... by the Cathedral: the Duomo.
Last but not the roundabout from the house there is Via Paolo Sarpi, at the end of this road star Brera the Artist's area, the famous Accademy of Brera and the traditional Milanese restaurants!
Have a nice time.
You have boundaries with Via Bertini the birthplace of the China Town of Milan: a true city in the city full of color and folklore. Many supermarkets just a few tens of meters from the house are open from morning until nine in the evening from Monday to Sunday.
A hundred meters and we are in Corso Sempione, going to the arena of peace we find
The local "Rambla" with many fashionable bars representing the Movida Milanese.
Walking on foot Sempione Park and Sforzesco Castle in 10 minutes we are in via Dante one of the streets, without car passing, more beautiful than Milan and down the street we see the Cathedral: the cathedral, the geographic and neuralgic center of the city '.
Last but not list, after 10 meters you will reach Via Paolo Sarpi, which brings directly to Brera the area of the artists, the famous Academy and the historic restaurants of old Milan.