We are in one of the most fascinating historical centers of central Italy, the Etruscan town of Cortona. The property was the residence of the famous Cortonese architect Francesco Laparelli, engineer of Pope Pius IV and Cosimo De 'Medici and builder of the fortified walls of Valletta in Malta. The 350 square meters apartment develops on the first floor, the main floor of the building. Access is through a condominium staircase that continues up to the second floor where there are two other families. At the entrance you can immediately see the huge frescoed living area decorated with a canvas set in the ceiling (4.75 meters high) by the famous Aretine artist Fausto Vagnetti who is also the author of some of the frescoes, from here you can access the panoramic balcony, on the right you enter the red dining room from which you access to two double bedrooms, one with a bathroom, and a bathroom, continuing we find a study and another bedroom with bathroom, going back we come to a beautiful liveable kitchen and another bedroom with bathroom. The property has been meticulously restored recovering the original parquet floors, the windows and part of the frescoes that date back to 1600. Available an outdoor parking space.
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