Situated in an historic palazzo, dating back to 1904, we find this beautiful garden level noble apartment located in one of Florence’s most prestigious suburbs within walking distance to the centre of town. The leafy green suburb offers privacy and peaceful surroundings whilst being only minutes walk to the centre of this vibrant city and all it has to offer.
The palazzo with its impressive architecture and typical Florentine characteristic dominates a small residential square. There are a total of 6 apartments in the palazzo, however the property is situated on the noble floor and is on garden level. Covering two floors, this 5,500 sq ft ( 510 m2 ) apartment enjoys high ceilings and an abundance of natural light. Completely renovated in 2008 by the current owners the property offers a high level of finish which incorporates historic features with fresh modern furnishings. Consisting of four bedrooms, four bathrooms, open plan kitchen & dining room with formal living room, a lounge / study with access to balcony, pantry, cantina, mud room, and a limonaia converted into office space in the garden. The property offers many unique features such as original frescoes found in the lounge/study and master bedroom, bathrooms furnished in marble and a balcony with historic frescoes and ornate wooden eaves. There are two access points, one via an elevator and the other on street level via the private parking. The property has been restored and fitted with state of the art security systems and camera surveillance, as well as in-built audio system and air-con.
The only apartment in the palazzo to enjoy a garden, this green and peaceful area offers a beautiful view of the rear facade of the palazzo. It is extremely rare to find such a large and private garden this close the city centre. A patio perfect for al-frescoe dining is accessed directly off the kitchen. There is a converted limonaia at the far end of the garden which now serves as an office.
The home is located in the Bellosguardo/San Frediano neighbourhood, known for its views of the city, trendy restaurants, parks and artisan quarter. The neighbourhood is within walking distance of the historic center of Florence.
Tuscany. The name is very ancient and derives from the ethnonym used by the Latins to define the land inhabited by the Etruscans: "Etruria", then turned into "Tuscia" and then into "Tuscany". Even the borders of today's Tuscany correspond in principle to those of ancient Etruria, which also included parts of the current regions of Lazio and Umbria, up to the Tiber.
Until 1861 it was an independent entity, known as the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. Since then it has been part of the Kingdom of Sardinia, of the Kingdom of Italy and today of the Italian Republic.
The regional capital is Florence, the most populous city (382 000 inhabitants), as well as the main historical, artistic and economic-administrative hub; the other provincial capital cities are: Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena.
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