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Property Description

Palazzo Cesi | Todi Luxury Apartment

The construction of this building began in 1500. The design was done by an architect named Sangallo the Younger. Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, real name is Antonio Lanyards. He was an Italian architect, active during the Renaissance and Mannerism. Its Palazzo Baldassini in Rome, whose forms will be proposed again by him in Palazzo Farnese, is considered the main model for the type of the mansion until the beginning of the eighteenth century.

Sangallo leaves in history a very important track, we can count more than 30 buildings designed and manufactured ranging from Rome to Florence. The most powerful families turned to him.
This building was born in the most important square in Todi, the highest point of the city and overlooking the whole valley upon the horizon.

This impressive Renaissance residence is characterized by a porticoed courtyard and well frescoed rooms, decorated with rich wooden ceilings. It was the prestigious private residence of the bishops Paolo Emilio, and Angelo Federico Cesi.

In 1742, he lived there and died Paolo Rolli from which comes the name of the street, the famous poet, wrote several works and most importantly translated into Italian for the lost paradise of John Milton.

Now to the numbers, this apartment is on the floor and to access it we have two possibilities: via the elegant atrium which partly opens that door to the imposing stairway or by elevator that takes us one step away from the door d ‘ entrance.

The apartment is about 310 square meters, divided into 6 large rooms well-lit with high ceilings, and has another on the ground floor of about 82 square meters from which you log on to a private garden of about 150sqm.