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Beautiful private bedroom with gorgeous private bathroom in a florentine loft – Home 4691269 Condo

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  • 3 sleeps
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Beautiful private bedroom with gorgeous private bathroom in a florentine loft – Home 4691269

  • Condo
  • 1 bedroom
  • sleeps 3
  •  min stay varies

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Condo / 1 bedroom / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 3

Key Info

  • Nearest beach 90 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

This is not a guest house you will share the apartment only with me and I will prepare the breakfast for you and the cleaning of the house all the morning.

With me you will have a double bedroom with gorgeous private bathroom in a loft with garden and terrace, immediately to the North of the hystorical centre, near Piazza della Libertà. It is possible to add a third bed.

Kitchen, dining-room, garden are shared only with me.

I live in the aelier, near the dining-room.

Original Florentine Works's Art combine with the comporaneity, where beauty, comfort, sicurity garantee a lovely stay.

COZY DOUBLE ROOM WITH GORGEOUS PRIVATE BATHROOM is located in a loft, inside a palace of XVIII century's. The apartment has a double room with private bathroom, an open-space opens the kitchen and dining-room, a studio where i live, a garden with terrace and laundry.

Your bedroom is in a independant space.

Kitchen, dining-room, garden are shared.

The

This is not a guest house you will share the apartment only with me and I will prepare the breakfast for you and the cleaning of the house all the morning.

With me you will have a double bedroom with gorgeous private bathroom in a loft with garden and terrace, immediately to the North of the hystorical centre, near Piazza della Libertà. It is possible to add a third bed.

Kitchen, dining-room, garden are shared only with me.

I live in the aelier, near the dining-room.

Original Florentine Works's Art combine with the comporaneity, where beauty, comfort, sicurity garantee a lovely stay.

COZY DOUBLE ROOM WITH GORGEOUS PRIVATE BATHROOM is located in a loft, inside a palace of XVIII century's. The apartment has a double room with private bathroom, an open-space opens the kitchen and dining-room, a studio where i live, a garden with terrace and laundry.

Your bedroom is in a independant space.

Kitchen, dining-room, garden are shared.

The private bathroom is only for you and it finds out of the room just next the door. I live in the studio, near the dinig room.

The double bedroom has king size bed, walk-in closed, bench, chair and consolle and private bathroom. it's possible to add a third bed.

Big bathroom is gorgeous and is a real lounge and relaxing with marble finished and fashinating hydro-massage shower.

The palace finds in a quiet and elegant neighborhood, in 'Le Cure', immediately to the North of historical centre, between the main stations, near Piazza della Libertà and the Stadium and with the possibility of free parking and on payment.

This is your home and you can get happy. Quicky Hi-fi, television, breakfast, shampoo, towels, laundry service is included in the price. You can cook and use the kitchen.

Well furnished kitchen by minimalist design opens into the dining-room and living-room, decorated by Tuscany Work Art are shared.

Cofee maker for expresso and american cofee and cappuccino and selected tastes of cofee and teas with Nescafé cofeemaker and kettle, microwave, fridge and freezer, kettle, induction burners, sofa, table, chairs and original 'sorrentino'

You share dining-room, living-room, kitchen and garden only with me. Cleaning, change towels twice a week, change linen ones a week. I offer a free meeting in Santa maria Novella station.

.Please contact me in advance with your arrival details and I'll send you a bus map on line.

Upon your arrival key, bus mup and drinks for talking about the mooving of the home and of city and booking museum and tours.

I'm guide and architect and I can help you to visit the city and booking 'Uffizi Gallery, 'Firenze card' and for visiting all monuments with free transports, for booking the main restaurants.

You can find, neary, free parking and on payment and I shall help you to find a parking upon your arrival.

Location description from owner

The Tuscany region

FLORENTIA is surrounding by hills with wine rutes in suggestive landskaping and Renaissance Villas with a lot a monuments and gardens.

In the fifth century b.C. Etruscans people established the first settlement in an area chosen for its geographical conditions. Settled, there arose in the plain where the center of the famous Florence that you know, but on a hill near the river, creating a fortified city, in fact, are the famous Etruscan walls, the Etruscan Temple, the Theatre and the Baths and where today enclosed an area that you can visit UNESCO. From here the Etruscans could control the passage of the river and the road that goes up the valley of the Apennine Mugnone.

And here is close to the Mugnone that we are between Fiesole and the Roman Florentia. Florentia is the roman name of Florence.

I recommend you visit not only the centre but also Fiesole with the Acroplis Unesco, Villa il Ventaglio, Villa Medici and Badia Fiesolana. In Fiesole from via S. Giuseppe you can have a look of all Florence.

From Piazzale Michelangelo you can have a closer look and a sunset from the up of the Dome.

Nearby Piazzale Michelangelo is the Church of San Miniato al Monte which offers beatiful views with the Japanese garden and the the rose garden, and you can go on foot to the ancient Oltrarno famous for its craft shops of jewels, wood, leather; while you go out from museum you can visit the Florence of the Renaissance and thei meisters.

Take bus number 13 close from here in via Leonardo da Vinci to Piazzale Michelangelo.

When you get down you you can stop in 'Rifrullo' via S. Nicolò 55/R for an aperitif or on the beach stop at bars.

You continuing your route you can look at Giardino di Boboli and Palazzo Pitti

After you can visit the original ancient part of Florence called Oltrarno and have a lunch.

You can visit S. Spirito Church, Borgo S. Frediano with craft shops of gold, dresses and leather.

You cross Ponte S. Trinita and you get in via Tornabuoni, via del Sole e via della Spada that was the centre of Roman city and through via Strozzi you are in Piazza della Repubblica and you can stop in Giubbe Rosse bar, and you can visit Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio.

Nearby is the Dome of Architect. Filippo Brunelleschi and you can stand up to have a good close wiew of the all monuments.

- a beatiful and famous restaurant is Latini via de' Palchetti, 6 near the station Santa Maria Novella Square, you can book it for dinner.

you can go to Fiesole with bus number 7 and come back to the center with the same bus.

Nearby, you can visit Badia Fiesolana, Villa il Ventaglio and the park with lake and bridge and Museo Stibbert with Giardino dell'Orticoltura.

In the end of Orticoltura Garden, near Piazza della Libertà, you can touch with hand the part of the city of the river Arno where the Romans established for the first time and drew the first lines of the thistle and decumanus underpinning the city, on the model of the city of his predecessors greek people who founded the city of Fiesole (10 minutes by bus from here).

From Viale Volta, by car or by bus, you can go to Fiesole, an archaeological heritage, UNESCO, the Medici Villas and Park withgardens, restaurants and pizzerias and local products, Pratolino Park till to LaKe Bracciolini near Borgo san Lorenzo.

GENESIS:

in the nineteenth century, the architect Giuseppe Poggi, when Florence was the capital (1860), destroyed the fifth set of walls to make way for an artery junction, near the ancient city, for the transit of the carriages, now become uncomfortable with the advent of cars.

He maintained, however, the entrance gates to the city of the ancient walls, which bulwark and memory of great monuments, like Porta San Gallo. So sewed the fabric of the old town with the barrier through the suburban streets, including Viale Don Minzoni, Viale dei Mille and Via Alessandro Volta that from Piazza della Libertà leads to the Cure and Fiesole.

In the southern side, however, the paths merge with the Florentine hills and uniqueness of Arcetri.

Piazzale Michelangelo (10 minutes by bus from here) is the culmination and crowning of union between the two sides, in memory of Michelangelo Buonarroti who designed the fortress and the ramparts surrounding the church and convent of San Miniato al Monte, the highest point, near the center and the Pitti Palace from where you can admire a breathtaking view of all the major monuments and bridges immersed in the green waters of the river Arno. As you get off you will find a beach with deck chairs, bars and local as 'the Rifrullo'.

In Fiesole, Via S. Giuseppe you can admire a magnificent view of the entire city, if you want to have a bird's-eye view of the city of Florence, the picturesque and romantic, especially in the night.

I suggest suggestive places to visit and for eating florentine steak.

From Piazzale Michelangelo you will admire the wonderfull scenary with the river Arno and the most important monuments with a closer look (here is the 'Davide', but it is a copy, the original is in Accademy). In up there is the quiet and ancient church of San Miniato al Monte, down are the roses and japanese gardens and the walk to Palazzo Pitti and Giardino di Boboli.

In the hystorical center you can visit Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Campanile di Giotto, Battistero of S. Giovanni, Accademia di S. Marco which preserves the original 'David' of Michelangelo Buonarroti, Piazza della Signoria with Palazzo della Signoria with Palazzo Vecchio with Salone dei Cinquecento and tower di Arnolfo di Cambio, the Loggia of Lanzi, Gallery of Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio, Leonardo Museum, Orsanmichele Church, Basilica di S. Trinita, Santa Maria del Carmine Church, S. Spirito Church, Santa Maria Novella Church, Spedale degli Innocenti, Museum of Bargello, Santa Croce Church, Rotonda of Angeli, Ancient florentine towers, Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Palazzo Strozzi and other Renaissance Palaces, Dante's House, Michelangelo Buonarroti's house, Palazzo Pitti and its museums and Giardino di Boboli, Fortezza da Basso for fashjon fair, Parterre in Piazza della Libertà for craft fair, the New theatre in the gardens of Cascine and near 'la Leopolda', by tram.

Central Florence

The loft finds in the 'Cure', after Piazza della Libertà and next the beginning of Viale Volta, just to the north of the old town and with possibility of parking. The Door S. Gallo in Piazza della Libertà is, in fact, the door leading from the center to the neighborhood of the Cure.

 It is a very quiet residential area and where the municipal infrastructure plan maintained, only in this area, the possibility to park within the lines defined by the same.

It also has a 'high urban quality, compared to other districts, surrounded by green gardens of villas and avenues and many shops and supermarkets, cafes, bakeries, natural ice cream self-made production, restaurants, pizzerias.

Typical is the market of the Cure of fresh fruits and vegetables from the countryside, brands of new and used clothing at a good price and local handcrafts.

Do not forget to try the tripe sandwich (panino al lampredotto) , maybe you eat it going to the center, walking through the famous underpass for graffiti and the 'Street's Art', not to be missed.

Just a few steps from nearby Piazza della Libertà is the Horticultural Garden and the Museum Stibbert and continuing northward, Badia Fiesole and Fiesole. Sights include the seventeenth-century garden of Villa Il Ventaglio, with lake and small bridge to soak in peaceful walks.

The neighborhood is in fact close to the green lung of the nineteenth-century avenues that were used to connect the whole city, modeled in Paris and Vienna.

 In Viale Don Minzoni is also the 'Auditorium Stensen' with special film screenings, bookstore with coffee, to enjoy drinks while you are engrossed in a good book or enjoying a show of experimental theater, and here you will also find Esselunga one of the largest supermarkets, in Via Masaccio and supermarket of Nature Si.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: Super King Bed Single Bed
  • 1 En suite, 1 Toilet Only

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Air conditioning
  • Jacuzzi or hot tub
  • Mountain Views
  • Private garden
  • Solarium or roof terrace
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Video player
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Telephone
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • Housekeeping Included

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Access

  • Accessible for wheelchair users — please contact the owner for details before booking

Getting around

The apartment is very well connected, through the public service, in all areas of the city, especially the old town and the train station SMN (Santa Maria Novella). The bus stops are nearby the loft. You take 5 minutes to go to the center, 5 minutes to go to Campo di Marte station, 12 minutes to go to Santa Maria Novella station. I will explaine on the map howw discovering the city, upon your arrival in 5 minutes. You can get the loft from Santa Maria Novella station, in only 12 minutes by bus number 1 and arrival bus stop is nearby the loft. You can get it from Campo di Marte in 5 minutes by bus number 20. You can get from the airport with the shuttle 'vola in bus' or the taxi.

Interaction with guest

I will take care to contact the guests a few days before their arrival to know exactly what time they are expected to arrive in the city, so as to better organize their welcome. I give you all a city map and all the information necessary to better inside the apartment. For this purpose I prepared the simple but detailed instructions of how to use the facilities of the apartment and all the details related to public transport and the presence of typical restaurants nearby apartment. I live in the atelier near the living room or nearby, I'll respect your privacy or I'll be happy for communicating for you . That said, I want to emphasize that I am always available for any request of my guests, to help them during their stay in Florence.

Policies

Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
Yes, smoking allowed
Cancellation policy
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House rules

No Party and events. And 'possible to smoke only in the garden terrace. You can not use the kitchen after 23.

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About the owner

Anna F.
Response rate:
88%
Calendar updated::
20 May 2017
Years listed:
2
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English, French, German, Italian


This Condo has 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms and sleeps 3. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 15 Jul 2014. Located in Florence, it has 1 review with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £276 to £436.

The Owner has a response rate of 88% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 20 May 2017.

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