Sometime After 1000 A.D. This Was Home to The Archbishop of Milan, Ariberto da Intimiano
Located in the Italian Commune of Alzate Brianza, the villa was named Villa Giovio after the marriage of Count Nicolò Dugnani and Antonia Giovio in 1636.
Set on 22+ acres, the lot featured a terraced garden, a natural spring fed lake, and many native plant species the Foscolo Cypress. The 43,055 sqft villa is set over three floors featuring large halls, long corridors, courtyards, and a chapel.