Apartment from the early 20th century that combines the seductions of the past with contemporary elements. A space full of "allure" whose main halls have walls entirely painted in pastel. One of the halls presents paintings with seventeenth-century-inspired subjects linked to the battle of Lepanto and the miracle of the Holy Virgin while in the dining room the large walls host the splendid "marine" inspired by the seventeenth-century landscape paintings of the English residence of Castle Howard.
This splendid prestigious residence is an enchanting place in which there are numerous paintings and art objects. Very bright with baroque stuccoes and late 19th century wooden furniture, commissioned by the noble owners, the apartment has five rooms, covering an area of 140 square meters.
Located on the third floor of a period aristocratic palace, with an internal courtyard, guardian of a magnificent example of a Byzantine-Norman garden in Bari, with cedar and mandarin orange trees, it is ideal as a representative place and perfect as a luxury or prestigious residence.
The property, in the most chic area of the city, not far from the " Old Town ", site of the pre-Roman, Roman and medieval settlement and the monumental Lungomare, is well connected to the airport and tourist destinations most coveted of the " beautiful land of Puglia".
Early twentieth century apartment that crosses the seductions of the past with contemporary elements, obtained in the perimeter walls of the historic city of Gioacchino Murat. A space full of "allure" between paintings and art objects , very bright with baroque stuccoes and wooden furniture of the late 19th century designed, worked and carved by local craftsmen commissioned by the noble owners of the time. Passed down for five generations from father to son, an interior with a vocation for comfort, curiosity and art, evidenced for example by the pastel murals of the early nineteenth century inspired by the seventeenth-century landscape paintings of the English residence of Castle Howard.
Pentavani of 120 square meters , the building enjoys an unusual brightness for the inhabited centers, guaranteed by its very large balconies, one outside and the other overlooking the wonderful internal courtyard, custodian of a magnificent example of a Bari garden of Byzantine-Norman tradition, with cedar trees and mandarin oranges of intoxicating scents typically " made in the south ". This luxurious property, located on the third floor with a steel lift, in striking contrast with the period white stucco finishes of the condominium entrance, is very versatile, ideal as a representative place and perfect as a daily residence.