Palazzo della Guastalla - Milan - 1

Palazzo della Guastalla - Milan


Palazzo della Guastalla is located in the center of Milan, on Via della Guastalla. The palace stretches along Via della Guastalla and overlooks the historic garden of Biblioteca Sormani. Despite being nestled in the heart of Milan, the palace is surrounded by greenery, within a quiet and peaceful environment.

The property is positioned close to important Milanese institutions such as the Palace of Justice, the University of Milan, Guastalla Gardens, Policlinico Hospital, as well as Biblioteca Sormani and its gardens. Within a few minutes' walk, you can reach both Piazza Duomo and Piazza San Babila, as well as all of Milan's most renown cultural hubs.


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In the heart of Milan: Via della Guastalla

Via della Guastalla is excellently connected, as it is located close to the main public transportation links from the center of Milan throughout the city. Just 100 meters away from the property, you can reach tram lines 12 and 27, which provide connections to the M1 red and M3 yellow metro lines (Duomo) — also reachable on foot (approximately 600 meters to M1 San Babila and 800 meters to M1 + M3 Duomo). Additionally, the upcoming M4 blue metro line will be opened soon, with two stops just a few steps from the Palace (Policlinico Hospital and San Babila). Moreover, additional trams and buses are available, as well as a taxi stand and a Bikemi station, all within 100 meters from the property.

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Palace History

The palace was built by Count Sormani Verri Andreani at the end of the 19th century to give it to his daughter Donna Carla on the occasion of her wedding. The garden of Biblioteca Sormani (formerly Sormani palace) and the area belonging to the palace were part of a single private park with the Guastalla college, as can be seen from the 1884 map below. The wing of the building that stretches along Via della Guastalla was damaged during the bombings of August 1943 and reconstructed in the following years. Today, the palace presents itself harmoniously in size and in the "eclectic" style, which was popular at that time. The bombings also heavily damaged the complex of the Sormani Palace. The section along Via Guastalla, used as a Civic Library, was rebuilt in 1956 by the architect Arrigo Arrighetti with shapes considered avant-garde at the time.

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Common Areas and Amenities

The prestigious entrance hall includes an equipped and finely furnished reception area. The building has wide spaces from the entrance porch to the imposing staircase, in addition to the central courtyard overlooking the surroundings.

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