Charming period villa, one of the most significant and best-preserved buildings of the twentieth century, built by the architect Giuseppe De Finetti and commissioned by Vittorio Crespi as hunting and summer house. Located in an area dominated by the ‘Sforza’ family, in the picturesque setting of the Ticino park, it is about 30 km from Milan. The property spreads over three floors, comprising salons for weapons with reception areas for hunters and salons to receive guests with woodwork in Slavonian oak. On the first floor, there is the sleeping area with rooms dedicated to the Crespi family and suites for guests. The large kitchen, still fully functional, boasts antique marble and steel finishes. All materials, such as wood and stone, are sought after while frames, handles, floors are all original and in excellent state of preservation. Of great interest are also the external frescoes, made by Gianfilippo Usellini, and a wooden bridge which connects the floor of the salons to the outdoor garden characterized by a park of 40,000 sqm that surrounds the villa.