In June, the historic property owned by the Milan family was sold at the court: 34 hectares and 48 rooms. In 2013, she hosted the filming of Human Capital with Fabrizio Bentivoglio, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Fabrizio Givoni and Matildi Giuli.
Among the most beautiful villages in Italy, Fortunago is the longest-lived in Oltrepadani. Small town in the hills with stunning scenery (see Costa Cavalieri), rustic villas, ancient traditions and good food. Perhaps not everyone knows, however, that the director is here Paulo Ferrez filmed several scenes from the movie “Human Capital”. Well, the huge villa that served as the filming location for the 2013 movie will be auctioned for 1.5 million euros.
The dwelling is green
A great view can be enjoyed from the terraces of this fairytale property, chosen by Virz who was looking for a residence that would stand out, surrounded by greenery but imposing itself. On the streets of the village there are cameras, luxury cars, actors, designer clothes. This is the success of the 5 million movie box office, which also had positive effects on tourism. Fortunago has become a Sunday destination for Milanese, Piedmontese and Ligurians, attracted by the film’s visuals, come here to experience the same vibe.
Owned by the Milan family
The villa is owned by the Milanese family – Pavia court papers on hand – Amphitheater on an area of 34 hectares, with a large garden, and consists of 48 roomsA dozen bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, and bathrooms, representative and service, according to a novel Pavia County. The princely design is also completed by a lobby with a huge hall, a wellness area and exterior construction. On June 22, it will be auctioned with a base of 1.557 thousand euros. The administration headed by Mayor Pierre Aquile Lanfranche hopes that there will be interest from an investor who intends to convert the house into a residence facility with a spa around it, then a bike path and a renovated garden can arise.
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May 5, 2022 (change on May 5, 2022 | 11:55)
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