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In the heart of the Quadrilatero Romano neighborhood, a stone's throw from the Sanctuary of the Consolata and just a 20-minute walk from Piazza S. Carlo, a prestigious apartment on the main floor of an eighteenth-century building, part of the urban development designed by the Baroque architect Filippo Juvarra. The historic heart of the Roman city (Augusta Taurinorum), this district is home to the famous Porta Palazzo market (the largest open-air market in Europe), wonderful historic buildings, and various food and wine bars; at the same time it is no more than half an hour from Caselle airport. From the street, you can access the first floor, as well as with a comfortable lift, also with a stately staircase passing through a beautiful courtyard with a frescoed backdrop. The property, partly to be restored, has floors in excellent condition; it consists of a large and important entrance gallery, which overlooks the internal courtyard with large windows, a double living room, two large bedrooms, a large passage room that connects to the dining room and kitchen, or, via a corridor, gives direct access to a large bathroom. From this service area, thanks to a spiral staircase, you reach a room and a bathroom. The property is completed by three large cellars, a balcony that runs along the two sides overlooking the internal courtyard, and a balcony on the Via Santa Chiara side. The numerous historical architectural details such as the precious floors, some in Venetian "seminato", the eighteenth-century over doors, the very high ceilings, the numerous frescoes, and the fireplaces (today to be restored), give this property an incredible potential and a stately image of elegance and of sumptuousness.