Charming and quiet attic (80 sqmt) on top floor ( no lift) of a 15th century Palazzo in the historical centre of the city
Characterized by antique cotto floor, wooden beam and a typical small terrace on the roofs with view on Florence.
Sunny and private, this unit consists of entry living room with digital tv, sofa and armchair, access through a stair to the attic with a wood table for dining, a fully equipped kitchen and the cozy terrace ideal for your breakfast before a city tour, an aperitive at sunset or a romantic dinner.
Composed by large double room with 18th century antique wardrobe, a twin room with two ( 90×190) old wood beds with big fireplace, a small bathroom, with bathtub.
Close by to main shops, supermarket, restaurants and Museums, offers you the perfect key for a holiday in Florence.
The apartment is equipped with all amenities, can host up from 2 to 4 guests.
Passionate about lifestyle, photography, music, fashion and furnishings, I blend my work at Acacia your home in Florence! with my interests (travels hobbies, family and volunteer-work), cultivating both with great creativity and inimitable style: I describes my passion of photography as being “my way of looking at the world, the means to communicate what I cannot express in another way.”
“Acacia, your home in Florence” is a property management company which offers fully furnished apartments, equipped for short stays in the heart of the city, temporary housing and holiday accommodations.
We offer a wonderful combination …A sojourn in Florence, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and the possibility to recreate the little details that make up daily life.
Basically, our idea is to offer apartments which make our guests feel at home, while offering original and slightly out of the ordinary tourist services, to help discover and experience Florence in all its splendor.
The original building was constructed in the early fifteenth century but the property was expanded,by the purchase of other adjacent real estate, between 1441 and 1553. The property was, at first, owned by other members of the Florentine nobility, such as the Strozzi family and the Pucci family. Then, in 1653,the house was bought by the Pepi family, who had assumed a prominent position in the life of the city.
The building still belongs to the Pepi family, and over the years they have enlarged and transformed their ancestral home.
The name “Acacia” gives tribute to a centuries-old Acacia tree (unique in form, height and age), which spontaneously germinated around three centuries ago and has now reached such a great height that it gives shade to the terrace on the second floor:
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