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Palazzo Antellesi | Miravista
Experience all that Florence has to offer from the comfort, and convenience of one of Palazzo Antellesi's luxurious, private apartments.This light-filled penthouse beauty just off the elevator offers stunning views of architectural treasures and the surrounding hills from every window. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a gracious terrace overlooking Piazza Santa Croce The living and dining room, with working fireplace, tromp l’oeil, and lovely, comfortable furnishings retain the structure and the columns of the Palazzo’s Renaissance loggia.

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  • Region:
  • Tuscany
  • Setting:
  • City-Center
  • Type:
  • Apartment
  • Bedrooms:
  • 2
  • Sleeps:
  • 4
  • Bathrooms
  • 3
  • Square Footage:
  • 1,183 ft2 / 110 m2
  • Nearest City Center:
  • Florence
  • Kitchen:
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Coffee Maker
  • Indoor Features
  • Fireplace
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Center
  • Air Conditioning / Heating
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi
  • Outdoor Features:
  • Outside Dining
  • Terrace / Balcony
  • Near By:
  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Museums
  • Theater
  • Agri-Turismo
  • Historic Landmarks
  • Public Transportation
  • City Center
  • Lake / Water Access
  • Biking
  • Food / Cultural Touring
  • Golf
  • Vineyards / Wineries
  • Religious Sites
  • Spa

  • Beds and Baths
    • Master bedroom = queen size bed (divide into twins)
    • Second bedroom = twins (combine to queen) 
    • Two bathrooms = one with tub/shower and one with shower
    • Additional 1/2 bathroom off the living/dining room
    Living Space
    • Ample closets and storage
    • Fully equipped kitchen
    • Thermostatically controlled independent heating and air conditioning
    • Glass doors to private terrace
    Household Amenities
    • Access to private gym, in the building
    • Accessible by Elevator
    • Hairdryer
    • CD / DVD Player
    • Television
  • Location / Where to Go
    • Palazzo Antellesi is located in the heart of Florence, overlooking Piazza Santa Croce home of the breathtaking Franciscan Basilica whose sacred walls house the final resting places of Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli among many others.
    • Walking distance to the Ufizzi Gallery and Piazza Signora
    • Walking or short driving distance to the Duomo, Giotto’s Campanile, the Fiersole hills and San Miniato al Monte.
    • Walking distance to restaurants, bars, green grocers, butchers, bakers, wine stores, the Sant’Ambrogio market and supermarkets


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