The apartment is on the fourth floor of an early 18th century building, a few meters from Piazza Vittoria. The notes of a great musician and maestro echoed over the city from the top of this apartment. This exclusive property is spread over two levels, a first floor with a double living room, a large kitchen, a dining room and a bedroom, and an upper floor with a panoramic terrace overlooking the city with a view of San Martino, the Pizzo Falcone hill and Monte di Dio, with the famous red building of the Nunziatella. The main door of the apartment leads to a large and bright entrance that opens onto a double living room. A welcoming staircase in wood and wrought iron leads to the upper floor and from there to the terrace at level: an open space in warm tones, characterized by a fine terracotta floor that makes the rooms very welcoming. The heights, the internal stairs in solid wood, create harmony between the various rooms, between the inside and the outside, between the bottom and the top of the rustic wooden beams. The night area of this apartment is particularly quiet and reserved as it overlooks the beautiful garden of the Carabinieri Barracks in Via Morelli. It is therefore a view over well-kept flower beds and tall palm trees that adorn a garden not open to the public hence very quiet, giving a very central apartment a rare tranquility and privacy.A curiosity: Alexandre Dumas, the Jurist and Senator Giorgio Arcoleo – that gave the name to the street - and Maestro Riccardo Muti resided in the building. Finally, the prestige and convenience of this location make the apartments located there rarely available. The internal living area is about 177 sq m on the lower floor and about 60 sq m on the upper floor, while the surface of the terrace is about 90 sq m.