Leonardo da Vinci’s former Italian apartment is for sale for 3 million euros
In Bologna, a palace of the fifteenth century received within its walls an eminent artist, Leonardo da Vinci. The latter lived there after moving to France around 1515. During his stay in France he met King François I, he tells spaces, a digital platform focused on architecture. The king invited him to come and settle in France (the artist will breathe his last breath on French soil). The fame of Leonardo da Vinci as a painter, engineer, sculptor … of course has an impact on the sale price of the property, which is 3.2 million euros.
Furthermore, Emilia’s residence is part of one of the best-preserved 15th-century buildings in the city, the Palazzo Felicini, which is decorated in terracotta and built in 1400. It rests on the foundations of a 13th-century building and was designed by the architect Aristotle. Fioravanti, Tracks Spaces. In the courtyard with arcades, a private theater was erected but it was abandoned in the nineteenth century.
Second apartment in the attic
The property blends classic style with modern comforts, without any bad taste. Seventeenth-century woodwork adorns the apartment, as do massive fireplaces. Describes Real Estate Italy International Sotheby’s, the luxury real estate network responsible for the sale. The Supervisory Authority for the Fine Arts that protects the estate has issued a favorable opinion for the construction of an internal lift to service the 620 sqm spread over three floors.
On the first floor there is a living room, a large dining room, a kitchen, four bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as a storage room. On the second floor, we discover it with surprise Huge attic With exposed original wooden beams it looks like a real independent apartment and is equipped with a large bathroom and bed. Its high ceilings make it habitable.
Another pleasant surprise, on the ground floor, in addition to the marble staircase leading upstairs, you can admire the paintings of Angelo Michele Colonna, an Italian painter of the seventeenth century associated with the Baroque trend. The property also has a pool table and parking space within the building’s courtyard. Currently, it is believed to be owned by Italian footballer Giuseppe Signori, according to the blog Wanted in Rome. Another legend.