This spacious Palazzo sits in a quiet street within the walls of the Medieval town of Sansepolcro, a short walk from the main square, described as a mini Florence, Sansepolcro is famed as the home of Buitoni Pasta and the Piero della Francesca museum which houses his famous painting “the resurrection”. This town has everything to offer those that want a taste of the real Italy.
The Palazzo has been lovingly and interestingly restored and is currently run as a bed and breakfast although basically a large home with a real feeling of history and architecturally rich in features such as stone columns, arches, enormous stone fireplace and a magnificent brick vaulted bedroom. With ceilings up to 3.7 meters this property really does have a touch of class and a feeling of history.
Beautifully decorated by the current designer owner the property is on three floors plus a 20 square meter roof terrace and several attic rooms. The large stone floored impressive entrance hall with a visible ancient well is a good taste of what’s to come, the Dining/day room of 31 square meters has a 3.7 meter high ceiling and features an magnificent stone fireplace and original brick sink, there is a small but well equipped kitchen off this room and the ground floor also has a laundry, storage rooms, one of which is plumbed for a WC and an impressive vaulted cantina to house a first class wine collection.
Central staircase to the first floor where there is a huge living room with a stone floor and open fire place, two bedrooms one of which boasts a brick cross vaulted ceiling with a unique modern shower room incorporated into the room in such a way not to effect the breathtaking vaults. A further 3 bedrooms on the second floor all en-suite and one with a large dressing room make this a very special home oozing with character and elegance.
Price: € 685.000,=
Surface house: 340 m²
Features: Historical Palazzo in the center of Sansepolcro, beautiful vaults, elegant restoration.