1 bedroom detached house, 159 m²


Reference: BA063

  • Price: € 330.000
  • Condition: Completely restored/Habitable
  • Habitable surface: 159 m²
  • Energy efficiency class: D
  • Energy efficiency value: KWh/mq 100.00
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 2
Distance from:
  • Beach: 0.7 Km
  • Airports:
  • Bari BRI: 9 Km
  • Brindisi BDS: 104 Km
  • Foggia FOG: 116 Km
  • Napoli NAP: 219 Km
  • APULIA, BARI. In Bari, in the charming old town, we offer for sale this magnificent property located in a central position with an exclusive view of "Basilica San Nicola", a real jewel of the beautiful Bari.
    The residence with exteriors and interiors fully restored has a total surface of 159 square meters developed on two levels and comprises on the ground floor entrance into living / dining room with hidden kitchen design remarkable framed by stone inserts finely rebuilt respecting the historicity of the 'estate.
    Going up a comfortable spiral staircase made of wood and wrought iron leads to the upper floor that houses the TV area, dining area, large master bathroom with Jacuzzi, in addition to a large bedroom finely furnished with fixed components, including bathroom exposed with chromotherapy shower.
    The structures and materials used reflect a refined style, an eclectic and refined mix that harmoniously combines historical, classical and modern elements thus creating a unique and original identity.

    Palazzo Zizzi
    Strada Palazzo di Città

    The building, the first of which is the Middle Ages, it was donated to the early sixteenth century by Bona Sforza, Queen of Poland and Duchess of Bari, the court physician Honored Zizzi.
    The stone facade has an arched portal in a square frame in which the figures of the mythical founders of the city are carved: Iapige and Barione.
    Lintel engraved with the motto Post tenebras hope lucem, had engraved by owner Zizzi, when he fell out of favor and detained, he hoped to be freed by the intervention of Bona Sforza.
    The facade still has the original masonry; the narrow windows, and concluded by arches are medieval, the architraves are Renaissance.
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