This charming duplex townhouse with a terrace is a beautiful opportunity for those seeking a multipurpose solution. It is, in fact, a house on two levels plus an attic with a terrace, divided into two independent apartments, one on each floor.
The front door is on Via La Mantia, a small pedestrian street connected to Piazza San Carlo. An old, solid marble staircase leads to the apartments.
The first apartment is currently rented and allows an annual income of about 4,500 euros. It consists of a large entrance hall with a balcony overlooking Via La Mantia, a bathroom with shower (renovated) and a large kitchen-living room with a convenient storage room, both with windows overlooking Via Cusimano, a hallway room and finally, two large bedrooms, both with balconies overlooking Piazza San Carlo and the 17th-century church.
Some rooms in the apartment are embellished with high vaulted ceilings with paintings.
The second apartment, located on the second floor of the building, needs renovation and has the same floor plan as the first apartment. High vaulted ceilings also characterize part of the rooms, but the four styles of “cementine” tiles from the late 1800s add value to the apartment.
From the apartment’s entrance hall, a staircase leads to the attic floor consisting of two rooms, both of which have high ceilings with wooden beams, the result of a complete re-roofing. The first room has two windows and a convenient under-roof for storage use. The second room has two windows, one of which offers a charming view of the church and the Belvedere, depending on the observer’s point of view.
Not least, a terrace overlooking inner Via Cusimano ensures the possibility of experiencing the outdoors in absolute tranquility.