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1 bedroom
4 bathrooms
4 guests
1 night minimum
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In 1539, following a further transfer took place at the behest of Pope Paul III, the nuns took seat in humiliated monastery of Saint Catherine at Milan Closed, remaining there until the dissolution of the order. There is no relevant information of the monastery of Sant'Ambrogio, until the visit of St. Charles (1578), and Federigo Borromeo (1596), when ' Relics were found sanctorum, quorum nomina ignorantur». These relics were in later years recognised as those of the Magi, and therefore carried solemnly to the parish of San Bartolomeo in 1613. During the remaining part of the modern age, the non-farm passed into the hands of other owners if not the nuns of Santa Caterina, which entrusted the cultivation of land to settlers, who took residence in the now unused monastery. During the ' 600 a...In 1539, following a further transfer took place at the behest of Pope Paul III, the nuns took seat in humiliated monastery of Saint Catherine at Milan Closed, remaining there until the dissolution of the order. There is no relevant information of the monastery of Sant'Ambrogio, until the visit of St. Charles (1578), and Federigo Borromeo (1596), when ' Relics were found sanctorum, quorum nomina ignorantur». These relics were in later years recognised as those of the Magi, and therefore carried solemnly to the parish of San Bartolomeo in 1613. During the remaining part of the modern age, the non-farm passed into the hands of other owners if not the nuns of Santa Caterina, which entrusted the cultivation of land to settlers, who took residence in the now unused monastery. During the ' 600 and ' 700, however, there are some significant events to report. First, the farmhouse and the brugheresi are mentioned in a brief of Pope Urban VIII in 1640. Then, during the ' 700, the nuns finally became the most important land owners of the area, as the Marquis of Baraggia Omodeo donated, according to the testamentary dispositions of 1730, ben 704 [13] perches of land to the monastery. Also, in the cards made on the occasion of planimetric cadastre of Charles VI in 1720, the farmhouse with its extensive possessions. However, it says, the absence, Louis Ghezzi of nuns and the transfer of the relics in San Bartolomeo, marked the beginning of a long decline for the cascina [16], an agony that targets continued until the Suppression of the religious orders taken by Napoleon. The landowners of the 800 the first owners were the counts Ottolini, who acquired in 1804 the cascina [17]. In the same year, however, count Julius Ottolini died, leaving his widow Elizabeth heir Napollon it will have in hand the management of the lands until 1844, when the farm passed into the hands of Giuseppe Rizzi [17]. These are instrumental in restoring the farmhouse and start to agricultural activities, drawing so bad Napollon management [18]. In 1863, the Rizzi died and property passed to his wife Giuseppina Rogier [18], which in turn sold the estate in 1868 to the ticinese Alessandro Gilardi. In 1874, at the latter's death [18], the property passed into the hands of various his descendants, until in 1883 decided not to sell it to Hercules Garcia [19], brother of Francis Garcia numismatist. A man of culture (besides being ornithologist and naturalist [20]), Hercules Garcia fought for the renovation of the farmhouse, especially of the small church dedicated to St. Ambrose. More
House Rules
Pets Allowed: Ask
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Bathrooms
2 Full baths, 1 Shower, 1 Attached (ensuite)
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About the Owner
BEPPE M
Languages spoken:German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:June 2015
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Amenities
Pets Allowed: Ask
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
DVD Player
Alarm Clock
Blender
Central Heating
Suitable For Children Under 5
Dishwasher
Dryer
Freezer
Refrigerator
Hairdryer
Housekeeping Included
Internet Access
Iron
Hot Tub
Kettle
Linens Provided
Microwave
Mountain Views
Parking
Patio
Shared Garden
Staffed Property
Stereo System
Cooker
Towels Provided
TV
Washer
Wi-Fi
There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
There Are Tennis Courts Nearby
Water Park Nearby
Watersports Nearby
City Getaway
Cycling Trips
Hiking Trips
Good Nightlife
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Short Term Rentals (4 Days Or Fewer)
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Aircraft Arriving from the airport of Linate the path type is: Linate Airport/Autobus to Piazza s. Babila Metro Red line to Piazza s. Babila, Milan Central station Change with green line stop, Bus Only Circular Cologno Nord, left or right Train arriving from Milano Centrale railway station the route type is: Metro green line, stop Buses Only Circular Cologno Nord, left or right Coming from Milan Lambrate the type pathname is : Metro green line, stop Buses Only Circular Cologno Nord, left or right to achieve Underground Brugherio Milan Metro the path type is: Metro green line, stop Buses Only Circular Cologno Nord, left or right bus to Trikala buses from Milan (after using the Metro, Cologno Nord station) and Brianza paths are: Brugherio-Brugherio-Cologno Monzese-Vimercate served by A.G.I. and A.T.M. Brugherio-Monza, served by T.P.M.
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