Picture No. 03
230 sq m
Asking price €450,000

Via Pignatelli AragonaPalermo, Sicily, Italy


    Key features

    • Period building
    • Historic centre
    • Spacious living area
    • Private balcony
    • Bright double living room
    • Original tile floors
    • Large cellar
    • Communal garden

    The apartment is located on the first floor of a period building, in an exclusive and central area, a few steps from the Teatro Massimo and the Teatro Politeama.

    About this property

    • The interior of the apartment, flooded with light, is framed by ceilings with delicate stucco decorations and floors in polished cement with geometric and floral designs.

      The living area is very spacious and consists of a practical entrance, three large rooms with a balcony that open into one another, a dining room and a spacious kitchen with storage space and a pantry area on the mezzanine. The sleeping area consists of three bedrooms, a corridor, a small dressing room and a large bathroom. The property also enjoys a large covered balcony, overlooking the beautiful inner courtyard, as well as a useful cellar, and could be a second bathroom.

      Due to the central location, the distribution of the spaces, and the brightness of the views, the apartment could lend itself to numerous uses.

    Local information

    • Exotic, chaotic, sultry and vibrant, Palermo is Sicily's capital and largest city. From its famous street markets laden with aromatic spices, farm-fresh produce, and Moroccan-style bargaining, to its grandiose churches and opulent palaces, Palermo is an energetic and unique place.

    Additional information

    • A sumptuous space for opera and plays, the Teatro Massimo is a gorgeous theatre with some surprises inside. Officially dedicated to Vittorio Emanuele, the first king of Italy -it's name is Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emmanuele- it is simply referred to as the Massimo. It is famous for its perfect acoustics, making a performance here a truly spectacular and memorable experience.
    • The theatre opened in May 1897, following 20 years of construction and squabbles. The auditorium is a plush horseshoe-shaped jewellery box, gilded and draped in red velvet, with six levels of boxes plus the gallery floor seating. The dome-like ceiling contains 11 painted segments, outlined with gilded moulding, that depict The Triumph of Music, painted by Luigi di Giovanni.