This charming apartment, located in the historic and central Monte di Dio neighborhood, is located on the main floor of an important period building. The dwelling, built with skillful craftsmanship and flair, features an excellent distribution of spaces and heights. The ceilings, characterized by impressive exposed beams enhanced by colors and decorations, give further emphasis to the typical character of noble palaces. The heights have been exploited with skill and dynamism by creating mezzanines with open railings that allow an authentic fusion with the floor below. The main entrance leads to a large living area with three connected halls overlooking the Monte di Dio neighborhood. The custom-made kitchen, large and spacious, with a service entrance, hides many useful and unexpected spaces. The sleeping area consists of four bedrooms with bathrooms. The master suite, arranged on two levels, has on the first level a sitting area with walk-in closet, on the second level the bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Many built-in wardrobes, created by the architect's inspiration, a huge laundry room and a small study complete this house of great charm.