Apartment of about 300 square meters located on the second floor in one of the oldest buildings, dating back to the end of the 16th century, and the only example of its kind in the historic center of Lucca: it is externally decorated with splendid grotesques in pietra serena, string courses, benches of stone road. The sumptuous property is characterized by several splendid halls, each enriched with unique details such as the Ginori fireplace in statuary white marble, the ceilings decorated by the painter Francesco Bianchi, the terracotta floor in the shape of an antique Lucca square painted from the 1700s with drawings original geometric shapes. Some halls are currently used as a bedroom, one of the most characteristic has a prestigious painted coffered ceiling originating from the era of the Palace, where typical Renaissance scenes and cherubs are represented. This ceiling is bound by the Superintendency for its particular importance and artistic and historical value. The property also has rooms on the upper floor, reachable via a small staircase with terracotta steps: a room with an ancient built-in kitchen, a small terrace and an attic with a dormer window. On the ground floor of the building, a beautiful loggia with original period frescoes leads to the apartment via a comfortable stone staircase and to the exclusive cellar accessible from a shared passage to other condominiums.
The property requires a partial internal renovation.