Discreet from the outside, and an architectural masterpiece from inside; the Milan house of Santo Versace, the president and co-chief executive officer of Gianni Versace SpA and brother of late Gianni Versace and Donatella Versace, which encapsulates the mix of artistic refinement and glitzy glamour that makes Milan as one of the world’s most important fashion capitals, has now been listed for whopping $63.8 million. This listing has however came 3 months after the Gianni Versace’s ultra-luxurious, fashionable and grand Miami home Casa Casuarina, where the King of fashion empire ‘Versace’ got assassinated by Andrew Cunanan, got listed for an astounding price of $125 million.
This four-floor property is located on Via de Diardini Milano, the only street in the heart of Milan with trees.
Reflecting ultra-classy style and premium lifestyle, the residence boasts a total of 2,100 square meter of lavish livable area, along with 442 sq. meter of meticulously maintained private garden, and 300 sq. mt of rooftop terrace.
Described to be one-of-a-kind glamorous estate in Milan, Santo’s home was designed by architects Antonio Carminati and Carlo De Carli, the noted representatives of the Modern movement.
Regarded as one of the very finest and rare examples of post-war rationalist architecture in the Milan, the building built in 1954, comes with a floor plan constituting of an octagon which overlaps a rectangle.
Notably, the property is on four floors, along with an additional basement for the staff members.