Pia D’Adda buildings” are next to the Castle of Capiate. They are in bad conditions. They
were abandoned time ago and
now they need to be repaired.
The current layout of the buildings dates back to
the eighteenth and nineteenth century. However, some
architectural sections are older and they could be interpreted as
complementary structures of the adjacent castle. D'Adda family owned
this property between Middle Ages and the beginning of the eighteenth
century. Count Abbot Ferdinand, the last descendant of Adda family, died
in 1808; his will was to leave all his proprierties to a beneficent
active in Lombardy
and owner of some lands and buildings in Capiate area.
View from “IV Novembre” street
buildings might be used to develop and integrate non-profit and profit
future activities, to promote occupational impact and guarantee a
revenue-expense balance, according to the model described for the Castle of Capiate.
ownership is focusing its efforts on turning these buildings into
accomodations and connecting them to local facilities in order to
positively impacting lands and
the way, if you should have any advice about how to better improve the
area, just let us know and we really thank you!