Cusani 5 - Milan

An historic Milanese building, built in 1822 for the Cagnola Counts on a 1824 project by Pietro Pestagalli, it was the residence of Austrian general Joseph Radetzky. Built on two separated and adjacent body of building with access from Cusani and Rovello streets. The two buildings, of around 9.000 sqm distributed among 4 floors and a basement level, are built around two inner courts. The internal facades are set on a beautiful proprietary garden

Technical Specifications

  • Address: Cusani street, 5 - Rovello street, 18, Milano
  • Main intended use: Residential
  • Construction year: 1822
  • Date of renovations: 2015
  • Total surface: 8.931 sqm
  • Storeys: 5 above ground, 1 underground
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