The building is located in the most central and sought-after part of Corso Calatafimi, a few steps from the royal Palazzo della Cuba, and conceals an unexpected view of a charming old garden with fruit trees and plants. Through a large antique wooden door and an elegant entrance hall, chequerboard marble flooring leads to the imposing staircase with a central lift. The large stairwell is illuminated by a beautiful skylight set in the pitched roof.
Constructed with load-bearing masonry, the property has a U-shaped plan and facades with large windows that ensure noticeable brightness. The building consists of six spacious apartments distributed two per floor, with different sizes across the three floors.
All the apartments have splendid flooring with geometric patterns and floral decorations, while the reception rooms are embellished with wonderful frescoed vaults featuring typical designs from the period of construction.
The property would also lend itself to splitting its current units so as to obtain up to twelve apartments to live in, resell or generate income from. Note that the apartments have regularly stacked mezzanines and on the top floor the attics could be recovered for residential use.