Palazzo Pegazzera is located in the Oltrepo Pavese, in the town of Casteggio a few kilometers from Milan in the north of Italy.
The place is enchanting: the villa rises to 257 meters s.l.m. in a dominant position, surrounded by prestigious vineyards.
It was built between 1703 and 1718 by the Almo Collegio Borromeo of Pavia, which assigned it to a summer residence and kept it in uninterrupted possession until 1967.
The villa includes a park with ancient trees and a chapel with an independent entrance, open towards the garden, dedicated to San Carlo Borromeo, founder and glory of the Collegio di Pavia.
Currently the building is presented as one of the best examples of “villa lombarda”, linear and elegant, with architectural features essential in their refinement.
History and nature make the Tenuta Pegazzera, the ideal setting to create evocative ceremonies, parties, cocktails and business meetings.
Inside the park there is a charming Italian garden full of roses.
A characteristic setting for pleasant outdoor events, the courtyard and the three wings of the portico can be set up with numerous tables and chairs, while inside the three large and refined frescoed rooms can accommodate up to 150 people.
An elegant terrace can be used for an aperitif. At the bottom of the park there is a large beautiful infinity pool, with a magnificent view of the surrounding hills and the plain, where it is possible, as an alternative to the terrace, to offer an aperitif or something else.
The scenographic exteriors and the refined and elegant interiors create, during all the months of the year, ideal conditions to choose the villa and the estate as a location for photographic services, commercials, concerts, conventions and art exhibitions as well as for events private.