Medieval Garden House is located on the ground floor of a small medieval townhouse in what is considered one of the most distinctive alleys of Cortona. Despite its medieval origins, the apartment is completely modernized on the inside. Some of the original features of the house have been highlighted in the renovation to maintain true to its historical character. Uncommon in the city center of the hilltop town of Cortona, is also the 100m2 - 1077 sq ft garden of this property.
Throughout the day, the apartment experiences brilliant sunlit exposure. The property contains a living room with a connecting kitchenette, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and breathtaking views overlooking the valley and the hills surrounding Cortona.
On the ground floor, the apartment has exclusive uses of the garden and the cellar for laundry and technical room. The living room possesses a uniquely designed fireplace and the property’s newly finished renovations such as the antique cotto tiles and aged lime paints have been made with meticulous care. Both bathrooms have been beautifully designed with cappuccino marble walls and contemporary designs.
The building is bound by the Superintendency of Fine Arts in which the property has closely followed the specifications and restructuring details that are in accordance with SFA guidelines. The most recent restructuring techniques were used including hi-tech insulating carbon fiber and the incorporation of high-strength steels combined with natural and traditional materials.