Farm complex built at the end of the XV century on behalf of Ludovico il Moro, Duke of Milan, in the Vigevano countryside, close to Pavia.The "Il Colombarone" farmhouse, due to its characteristics and location, would make for an ideal tourist-accommodation and conference centre or private homes.
The Colombarone farmhouse is a grand farm complex consisting of four rectangular buildings used to farm animals, with as many angular towers used for administrative and residential purposes. Even though it has been transformed over time, it has maintained its original features. The gross covered surface is 8,500 m². The property, of great historical and artistic merit, is listed in compliance with the Legislative Decree No. 490/99, currently the Legislative Decree No. 42/2004, as it is in the Lombard Park of the Ticino Valley.
The Villa /farmhouse is located in the Municipality of Vigevano (63,442 inhabitants), second largest municipality of the province of Pavia (548,722 inhabitants) and 12th largest of the Lombardy region, in terms of residents. The property is in the countryside around Vigevano, in the Sforzesca village, along Corso Pavia, 2 km from the village and 4 km from the city centre of Vigevano, the piazza Ducale and the Visconti Sforza Castle. Positioned on a promontory overlooking the valley of the Ticino river, it dominates the wooded land below of great natural, faunal and environmental interest, at the heart of a network of paths and cycle paths. The property is 35 km from Pavia and 40 km from Milan. The city has good access with the railway and motorway networks.