An incredible apartment renovated with the utmost care in the quality of the plants, where what seems to be worn out is actually a specific stylistic choice that wanted to enhance and restore, with its natural materials, an original Florentine house of Oltrarno. It occupies the entire third and top floor plus the attic of a small building overlooking the little square of San Niccolò, one of the most authentic and lively places in the historic centre of Florence, at the foot of the hills surrounding the city and a few minutes' walk from Ponte Vecchio and Santa Croce. There is no elevator in the building. The windows open on one side on the square and on the other on the silent garden of the church of St. Nicholas. From the upper barks the view stretches south to San Miniato, north to the Lungarno and Santa Croce. The interior is, for almost the entire area, a unique airy space crossed by wooden pillars, beams and lofts, which runs from one side of the house to the other. The master bedroom, with a small dressing room and its own fireplace and bathroom, overlooks the garden and is surrounded by silence. The bathroom is concrete-finished and the fixtures are covered with natural wood panels. On the mezzanine that rests on the original beams there is a studio, a sleeping area and a second bathroom. The old beams, the original fixtures, the traces of antique decorations on the walls, the four large working fireplaces and the enhanced minimalistic design of the furniture and installations, give life to a special and fascinating atmosphere, lovely to live in or perfect as an investment. The area is about 130 square meters, including 20 square meters of the mezzanine.