- About Us
- Offices and contacts
On the mezzanine floor level of a Baroque palace, designed by the Italian Royal Family's architect, Filippo Juvarra, and located in the heart of the historic center of Turin, we can find this apartment full of charm and history.
The property is characterized by eighteenth-century decorative elements such as the high coffered ceilings, the beautiful doors with decorated upper doors, and the stone and wood floors.
The apartment, of about 195 square meters, enjoys a triple exposure and is spread over two levels connected to each other by a masonry staircase; the entrance to the hallway immediately suggests the dimensions and the heights of the large living room, formerly the kitchen of a convent, with coffered ceilings from which it is possible to access the private courtyard. The bedroom, two bathrooms, and the eat-in kitchen (convertible into a second bedroom) complete the first level of the apartment. In the basement, there is a large room with a vaulted ceiling currently used as a study, a small bedroom, a technical room, and a warehouse.
The style of the interiors and the characteristic district of the Quadrilatero Romano, in which the property is located, make the proposed solution unique of its kind.