Very modern and elegant apartment in the San Niccolo' area of the city center.
Just completely renovated, with an eye to details and functional use of space. Old furniture meet modern ones in a very particular style.
This apartment has three areas: kitchen, dining room and bedroom in the wooden loft. All areas are connected making the house bright and open
The kitchen has a very special grey surface and a stone wall, furnished, with electric plates, electric oven, a microwave oven, washing machine, and three sits next to a high table.
The dining room has a sofa which opens to a bed, plasma TV, and a dinning table.
There is a shower, a toilet and a sink in the bathroom..
A wooden stair leads to the loft where the double bed is. A big window over looking the ancient walls and the gardens around Piazzale Michelangelo.
The apartment is at the 2nd floor of an old building in Via San Niccolò, close to the San Niccolò tower, and just next to the way up to Forte Belvedere.
It takes just a few minutes to reach the Palazzo Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, Uffizi Gallery, Ponte Vecchio and Santa Croce Church.
Nearby the house you’ll find very good traditional restaurants and typical enoteques.
San Niccolò is one of the most authentic and attractive neighborhoods in the city. It's located in the Oltrarno zone (other side of the Arno River), far from the overcrowded tourist-beaten tracks, at the foot of the beautiful hills that house the famous Piazzale Michelangelo and the green and view site Forte Belvedere.
Minimum stay 3 nights
Rates includes: utilities, internet, key holder and welcoming service.
Final cleaning fees: 30euros
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Keywords: loft, open space, central, flat, new, apartment, double bed, internet, hystorical centre
My name is Sandra Sabatini.
I live in a small village in Tuscany , near the seaside, where I teach yoga. But I also travel abroad several months every year..
I decided to renovate the apartment and bring a lot of light into it, for friends and tourists to enjoy, while visiting Florence.
What can I say, I just love San Niccolò district, it still has the magic atmosphere of an ancient Florence of colourful houses, ancient walls, hidden streets and gardens, and ancient stairways...