Firenze (Firenze) - near Via Venezia
Inside a representative building, bright and quiet apartment on a high floor with lift
From the main entrance we access a beautiful living area with kitchenette, three bedrooms, two bathrooms with windowed shower and balcony.
Refined and refined renovation carried out with quality materials.
Large cellar and covered parking space directly accessible from the building
Central heating and air conditioning system.
Near Piazza Isidoro del Lungo known square. tree lined surrounded by the vehicular passage, despite which the square is essentially used as a parking lot. The most important building is precisely the house of Isidoro del Lungo, placed at the corner with via Gino Capponi, without particular architectural qualities. The historian, poet and senator of the Reign Isidoro Del Lungo lived here for fifty years, dying there in 1927, as a plaque on the facade recalls. In ancient times the walls of Florence ran here, and the Servi letter was opened, so called because the road that arrived there (today via Gino Capponi) led to the square of the Santissima Annunziata, the heart of the Order served. Born in connection with the development of the Maglio district (around 1864) and following the destruction of the circle of walls implemented on the basis of the enlargement project of the city drawn up by Giuseppe Poggi in the years of Firenze Capitale (1865-1871), it was initially entitled Piazza Goldoni and then briefly Piazza Dora d'Istria (stage name of the writer Elena Ghica, who lived nearby); it was later called piazza Torino (municipal council resolution of September 1912), finally taking the title to the historian and senator of the Kingdom Isidoro Del Lungo who lived here and died in 1927. With Giuseppe Poggi's plans to demolish the walls and create the Circonvallazione boulevards, the urban development was scarcely characterized, which was called "Piazza Torino". The scholar Isidoro del Lungo lived here, who died, as a plaque recalls, in the house at no. 1 in 1927. Shortly afterwards the entire square was named after him.
The area allows the benefits of the historic center while being outside of the nightlife. A few steps from the Masaccio streets, between Bartolomeo where there are many neighborhood shops and stores managed by large retailers.