Apartment in the Palazzo Aloigi Luzzi, century XVIII - quadruple room

  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom

Description

Climbing four floors of a large staircase from the ceiling at times, you reach the last floor of the Palazzo Aloigi Luzzi, a noble building of the eighteenth century. The apartment that will welcome you is located in one of the most beautiful streets of the historic center and offers a unique look on both the roofs and historic buildings of the center of Sansepolcro and the hills of Valtiberina. The home, quiet and hospitable, is a residence that is both a resting place after a discovery of Sansepolcro and its surroundings, as well as a space for a more meditative and creative stay. The kitchen is provided with everything you need for preparing and eating meals; its charming window is like a picture showing the roofs, the 16th and 18th century historic buildings, and the hillside that houses Villa Fatti. The rooms are large and bright and all offer panoramic views. The terrace is definitely a place to stay for a comfortable rest, looking out over the rooftops and hills and where you can even eat meals comfortably. There is no elevator in the building, but the number of steps to climb will be widely rewarded with the unforgettable view offered on the last floor of one of the most impressive palaces in the historic center. The person who hosts you is a restorer of paintings, who also performs his profession at the Civic Museum of Sansepolcro. The same person will be able to offer you special information about his activity and the works of art he has restored in the churches (one among many: Perugino's "Ascension of Christ" in the cathedral) in Sansepolcro and beyond. The restoration studio is located on the ground floor and can be visited if requestedThe Palazzo Aloigi Luzzi is located in a street - formerly known as Via Aldobrandorum - where some of the most significant historical artistic activities took place. In the fifteenth century it had its seat in the shop of sculptor Romano Alberti, called Il Nero; in the small square of Santa Chiara lies the former church of the same name, in which Piero della Francesca painted San Giuliano; a few steps from the palais Aloigi is located the church of San Lorenzo where Rosso Fiorentino painted the Deposition of Christ by the Cross. There are several restaurants in the neighborhood; consider that the building is a short walk from the main street. Within walking distance of the house is a large toll-free car park

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