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House For Sale near Milan

Gaetano Salvo, friend and Blog from Italy researcher wants to sell his house.

For those who might be interested, or may know of someone or some company interested in purchasing a house in a quiet location on the outskirts of Milan, here are the details:

Price: €650,000

The House:

  • A modern four storey dwelling
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms/downstairs wc
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Gas central heating

Built in 1989, and situated on a private residential estate on the end of a row of three houses. The property benefits from having a corner plot and so has a garden that is larger than many of the other properties on the estate.

Front Elevation

The Accommodation

All measurements are approximations for guidance only. All comments are for guidance purposes only. Prospective purchasers are encouraged to verify all information and comments.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Living Room – 5m x 5m (16′ 4″ x 16′ 4″)

With window opening directly onto the patio area and the garden itself.
Living Room

There are two marble finished stairways. One leads to the first floor and the other leads to the basement areas.

Kitchen – 3.5m x 3.5m (11′ 1″ x 11′ 1″)

On the right of the entrance hall. Spacious with fitted units, cooker hood, and a glass panelled door leading onto the front of the property.

Utility/WC room

On the left of the entrance hall

First Floor

Master bedroom – 5m x 4m (16′ 4″ x 13′ 1″)

Parquet floor. Overlooks the garden to the rear of the property.
Master Bedroom

Bathroom one

Finished in black and white. With bathtub, wash hand basin, wc, bidet, and storage cupboard.
Main bathroom

Bedroom two – 3.5m x 3.5m (11′ 1″ x 11′ 1″)

With parquet floor and balcony.
Second Bedroom

Bathroom two

Finished in white tiling with red features. With shower cubicle, wash hand basin, wc, and bidet.
Second bathroom

Landing area

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With stairway leading up to the second floor area. Could be used as a small home office.
First Floor Landing

Second floor

Attic conversion – 4m x 6.5m (16′ 4″ x 21′ 3″) (the area which is head height).

Presently in use as a children’s bedroom. An under-eaves storage cupboard also present.
Mansarded Room

Basement Area

Room one – 3.5m x 4.5m (11′ 1″ x 14′ 9″)

Currently used to house a multi-gym.
Basement Room

Utility/boiler room with access to garage.

More than enough space for a washing machine and freezer or for use as a small workshop or office.

Garage 5m x 4m (16′ 4″ x 13′ 1″)

Big enough for one car and two scooters/motorbikes.

Garden – lawn. Barbecue, and shed.

Rear elevation


The property is in a good state of repair both internally and externally.


Buccinasco is a quiet and attractive suburb of Milan down on the south western corner of the city. Click on Buccinasco to see where it is. Buccinasco is primarily a modern residential area and has a wide variety of local amenities including nursery, first, and middle schools. There is no secondary school, but the township is within the catchment area of one of Milan’s better high schools.

There are plenty of shops in the area, including supermarkets, and Buccinasco is only about five minutes drive away from the red metro line which can take you right into the centre of Milan in about 20 minutes. There are also frequent bus services to the city centre.

The area around the house has plenty of greenery and open spaces and is very quiet. Parking is no problem either with two spaces at the house itself and a dedicated parking area right outside the entrance to the private housing estate on which the house is situated.

Buccinasco is also located a short drive away from the Lorenteggio area, where companies such as Vodafone, Pfizer, and other large organisations have their Milanese branches.


The property is offered at a price of €650,000.  The price is negotiable unless a prospective buyer wishes to acquire the house and all its furnishings and fittings.

The sale will take place privately, which means that real estate broker/estate agents fees will not be payable. All other expenses relating to the acquisition of property in Italy will be payable.


If you wish to view the property, then please use the contact system to express your interest in the first instance. Alex Roe will then contact you to arrange a suitable time and date for a viewing.

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