In the prestigious "Casa Florio", on the corner with via Pietro Micca, apartment on the first noble floor, the subject of a recent and refined renovation by the renowned architectural firm Bottega Studio Architettura, consisting of a large entrance hall with a double swinging pivoting iron door, 55 sqm living room with ceiling embellished with original restored liberty frescoes, large kitchen with ceiling and walls with exposed darkened bricks and floor made of large plates of pickled black iron and Arclinea steel kitchen, as well as systems in exposed external ducts, laundry / pantry room, bathroom in Bisazza black mosaic with Antonio Lupi sanitary ware, hallway leading to the sleeping area, two bedrooms with frescoed ceilings served by a bathroom with double access, corner master room with large restored liberty bow window and bathroom made of resin and corian (Rexa company) with bathtub and large shower, separate sanitary area.
Central heating with thermovalves, ducted air conditioning system, Bose audio system in all rooms, wooden windows with double and triple glazing, security door with camera, full-height sliding smoked glass and iron doors, fixed furniture and cabinets on measurement, BTicino smart electrical system and LED light lines embedded between the floor and the wall that underline the main functional paths of the house.
The apartment enjoys triple exposure, with a long balcony on the courtyard side and two balconies overlooking Via Pietro Micca.
Possibility of rented parking space inside the garage in the immediate vicinity for 150 euros.
Casa Florio, built in 1902 by the engineers Riccio and Velati-Bellini, a masterpiece of the Turin Art Nouveau style, the bow window in question appears in the main Art Nouveau publications.
Category A / 2
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