Il Nicchio is a very centrally located, bright and airy apartment situated in the heart of the historical centre of Sansepolcro in Tuscany.
Sansepolcro is a beautiful, fortified, medieval town of approximately 17,000 inhabitants, located in the Upper Tiber Valley on the Tuscany/Umbria border and dating back as far as 1,000 AD and famous for being the birthplace of artists of the calibre of Piero della Francesca, Raffaellino del Colle (a pupil of Raphael) and Santi di Tito and also of the mathematician accredited with inventing double entry bookkeeping, the monk, Luca Pacioli.
Il Nicchio consists of a charming apartment with independent street access and a ground floor cantina/garage with direct access from the street. The property offers a total living space of approx. 130 sq m set out as follows:
- Ground floor: accessed directly from the street, the ground floor was originally a garage but has been transformed into an additional bedroom with its own bathroom with shower. If so desired the garage could be transformed into a fully independent apartment.
- First floor: a staircase (with chair lift) leads directly from the independent entrance at street level to the first floor where we find the bright and cosy sitting room with open fireplace, the kitchen and the bathroom with bathtub.
- Second floor: a staircase (with chair lift) leads from the first floor sitting room to the second floor where there are two spacious double bedrooms.
The chair lifts fitted to both staircases present in the apartment also make this a suitable property for persons with mobility issues.
The location of the apartment is ideal for a young couple or family who want to be within walking distance of everything (shops, supermarkets, offices, schools, etc).
The garage offers off street parking, or, if this is transformed into an independent apartment, there is residents’ parking on the streets or a convenient car park within easy walking distance.
Nearby towns & cities
Anghiari (9 km); Caprese Michelangelo (23 km); Città di Castello (17 km), Arezzo (36 km); Cortona (55 km); Perugia (70 km); Assisi (83 km); Montepulciano (85 km); Pienza (91 km); Spello (88 km); Siena (98 km); Todi (111 km); Firenze (117 km); Orvieto (140 km); San Gimignano (155 km); Roma (240 km).
Perugia Sant’Egidio (68 km); Forlì L Ridolfi (102 km); Firenze Peretola (130 km); Ancona Falconara (158 km); Bologna G Marconi (180 km); Pisa Galileo Galilei (191 km); Roma Ciampino (265 km); Roma Fiumicino (278 km).