In a noble building, at the beginning of Corso Umberto e Margherita, you find this spacious apartment (200sqm), with private garden (140sqm), a sunny terrace, balconies, and three entrances.
One of the three entrances is through a gate leading up to the private garden with lemon and cedar trees. A second entrance is from the street. An ancient door with a noble effigy opens the passage to the hallway and a marble stair that leads to the upper floor. At the top of the stairs, is a third entrance from the back of the house.
The house is characterized by spacious rooms, decorated vaulted ceilings, original floors, and old, wooden doors.
In its current state, part of the large terrace has been closed off and converted into a kitchen, but will be brought back to an open terrace before purchase.
The house has an architectural style typical of the early 1900s, characterized by large communicating rooms. Currently, the part of the property that is facing the street in front, has a double living room and a bedroom, while the part facing the back has a dining room, a large hallway, two bathrooms, and a comfortable and deep storage room.
Once restored to its original configuration, the house could be used as a residence for one or two families, or as a B&B, taking advantage of the separate entrances, which would allow two independent flats.