ITALY, TUSCANY, PISTOIA, PESCIA
Pescia, rich in history, elegant buildings and culture thanks to the presence of the civic museum, the chapter library and the recent opening of the Pomaliberatutti foundation, a multidisciplinary cultural centre.
The property is located in a historic noble palace, in the centre of Pescia, and dates back to the 1300s. It belonged to the Forti family, and the Baroque finishes have been attributed to the architect Filippo Juvarra.
A very elegant building, built in Baroque style, of large volume.
The building houses large and bright rooms with impressive heights, which would allow the construction of two mezzanine structures.
Finishes in exposed stone, vaulted ceilings with wooden beams, ancient doors originating from the period and two fireplaces.
The total area is approximately 380 square metres. The property needs complete renovation. It is currently used as an art studio and atelier, but if necessary it is possible to request a change of use to residential or other use.