“The Cardinal’s apartment” is located in the heart of the historic centre of Urbino, the apex of Renaissance art and architecture, which became part of the UNESCO World Heritage in 1998 and important university site.
This splendid large apartment (approximately 170 square metres), located on the main floor of a seventeenth-century stately building, is characterized by high stuccoed and frescoed ceilings and ancient terracotta floors.
It consists of an entrance hall with wardrobe, hallway, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, two large living rooms, one with a fireplace, a double bedroom.
The property also includes a laundry room and a small bathroom, on the same floor but separated from the main apartment, a large room, approximately 18 square metres, located on the second floor, and a boiler room of approximately 19 square metres on the ground floor.
The property features high quality finishes, including high stuccoed and frescoed ceilings, original terracotta floors, original internal and external fixtures. The property overlooks a charming square and enjoys a splendid view of the centuries-old trees of the Urbino Botanical Garden.
The property is not subject to a timely historical-artistic constraint. Only the external elevations are included in the landscape constraint that affects the historic centre of Urbino. Possibility of parking under the house.
The requested price is € 410,000
Typical hilly region of eastern Italy, the Marche rise between the Apennine mountains and the Adriatic Sea.
It is characterized by small medieval villages located on the top of the hills, agricultural landscapes dotted with centuries-old oaks and typical farmhouses, but also by the splendid sandy coves and limestone cliffs of the Conero Riviera.
This region, steeped in art and history, is distinguished by a singular wealth of internationally renowned artists and scholars including: Raffaello Sanzio, the genius from Urbino who was one of the greatest interpreters of Renaissance painting; Gioachino Rossini, one of the greatest opera composers in the history of music; Giacomo Leopardi, one of the greatest poets of the Italian nineteenth century and one of the most important figures in world literature; Donato Bramante, architect and painter, one of the main artists of the Renaissance.