Apartment units of 300 m2 are for sale. They are located in a unique historic palace in the city of Todi. Thanks to their excellent position they are full of light all day long.
The apartment units have been carefully restored. The interior decoration has been made by local craftsmen, and the decorated ceilings have got back their original beauty and uniqueness. Particular attention has been paid to the restoration of the living-room, where marble imitating painting has been used. Now, this living-room, if desired, can hold a banquet for 70-80 people. A splendid chandelier that blends in with a 9-meter high ceiling completes the unique image of this living-room of about 100 m2.
The apartment units have a good layout. They have a winter area, where there is a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen, a living-room, a small second living-room with a fireplace; as well as a summer area with two bedrooms with bathrooms and a large living-room. The apartment units have autonomous heating divided into two zones.
Also, this property possesses a garage for two cars. On the basement, there is a storage room as well.
The construction of the palace dates back to the very end of the 16th century. It can boast of a unique location on the hills of Todi, right above the first chain of Etruscan walls in Umbria. At the end of the 17th century, a balustrade was built, which now serves as a terrace in the apartment units with two decorative elements: a lily and an eight-pointed star, which are reproduced on the floor in the main hall and in the ceiling painting. These decorations appeared as a symbol of the wedding of the representatives of the two families of Laurenti and Sardoli.
The inscription of the first owner, “Neri Laurenti Cavaliere dell’Ordine dei Santi e Lazzaro”, remained on the two beams at the entrance.
At the end of the XIX century the Palace was acquired by the counts Lalli di Ripalata. Since that time, the decoration has been preserved in the other parts of the palace, including the hallway with the emblems of Lalli and Ricci.
At the beginning of the 20th century the palace passed into the possession of a noble family of Todi.