Dimora Perosino is situated in the historic centre of Ascoli Piceno. This historic residence consists of two adjacent apartments in a 16th century townhouse.
It was in the 16th century that the period of history originating in the 400's and known as the Renaissance completed its path and flourished to its highest level, pervading many aspects of the cultural life of the time. On the architectural side, the recovery of classical models and themes which had begun in the previous century reached its peak through the reinterpretation of those same models by the protagonists of the time such as Bramante, Michelangelo, Raffaello and Palladio. Historical and cultural factors also contributed to the conception and rise of Renaissance architecture.
One large residence originally, the Dimora was subsequently divided into two independent apartments to host two families. The two apartments - measuring approximately 98 sqm and 95 sqm - are adjacent to each other and located on the second and last floor of the palazzo. Both apartments enjoy panoramic views, with a South-East-West exposure.
The 98 sqm apartment is composed of an entrance hall, a living room, a habitable kitchen, two double bedrooms, a windowed bathroom with bathtub and a habitable loft with window, accessible from inside and predisposed for the installation of a fireplace. Pertaining to the apartment is also a 35 sqm room with window located on the ground floor, which can be bought separately as a study or office.
The 95 sqm is composed of a kitchen, a living room, two bedrooms, one windowed bathroom with shower, a small loft and a windowed room on the ground floor.
Dimora Perosino can be included in a cultural itinerary of the historic buildings of Ascoli Piceno, encompassing the Cathedral, the Roman bridge, the church of San Francesco, the Palazzo dei Capitani, the Cartiera Papale and the archeaological area of the Roman Theatre.
On all four sides of the house, parking is free for residents at all times.
Dimora Perosino is for sale at €295,000.
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