Some of the old properties of Silvio Berlusconi were to be sold after his death, including the ‘crown jewel’: Villa Certosa. The sale of this luxury villa in Cerdea It is run by theal estate agency Dils, based in Milan. It is a sign that steps have been taken to fulfill the distribution of the properties of the former premier at the request of his five heirs, who, also facing the extreme cost of the properties, decided to “check” the market or division of assets.
Barbara Berlusconi is a candidate to acquire Villa Macherio in Brianza, the home of her mother, Veronica Lario. The property belongs to Immobiliare Idra, a subsidiary of Fininvest, a travs del holdtravesolcedrago.
However, Marina Berlusconi had to buy the villa in Lesa, on Lake Maggiore, known as Villa Campari, directly owned by Berlusconi. The sale of Villa Gernetto, on the other hand, was entrusted to Sotheby’s.
The most valuable property is the Villa Certosa, and, according to the latest rumors from the Financial Times, its sale is entrusted to the Milan company Dils. The surrounding figures show a price of approximately 500 million, but because it is more realistic, the negotiation must start at 280–300 million.
The tycoon bought Villa Certosa in the 1970s and later completely rebuilt and expanded it. During Berlusconi’s time as Prime Minister, it was classified as an “alternative location of maximum security for the security of the Prime Minister.” Famous visitors have passed through here, from Vladimir Putin to George W. Bush.
A January 2021 technical report shows an amount of 259.373.950 euros. It is a completely reliable document because it was signed by Francesco Magnano, a trusted Cavaliere expert. Villa Certosa is almost inseparable from all children, although it does not lack space: 68 rooms, an 181-square meter garage, and another 174 parking spaces.
Then, search through appraisal papers: 4 bungalows, a theater, the tower in front of the theater, the greenhouse, the gym, thalassotherapy, and 297 square meters of medicinal garden. All this is immersed in a park of 580,477 square meters.
The most expensive of the family villas
The palace of Porto Rotondo is among the most expensive villas in all, so the market price may be higher than the appraisal price. In 2009, there was talk of an offer from the Arab Emirates for 450 million dollars; the next year, according to the Spanish press, it was almost done by an Iberian businessman for 400 million; and then, in 2015, it would have been Cavaliere himself who would have shown the beauty of the residence to the son of the king of Arabia: the request, appare 500 million.