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Apartment Armida | Property for rent
The city of Lucca is also known as ‘The city with a Hundred churches’, when you take into consideration that in addition to the large number of churches, each mansion has its own private chapel and tower. Famous for its central location is the church of San Michele in Foro, a marble structure built from 1070 as a representative example of the architecture of Pisa and Lucca, overlooking the square in the ancient Roman forum and is still seen as the main meeting point of the city life.
From the church of San Michele along the city’s main street, Via Fillungo, you can easily reach the Basilica of San Frediano, one of the oldest religious buildings and still the active heart of the procession of the Holy Cross on each September 13th.
The 450sqm apartment that we are offering is right behind the Cathedral of San Martino with a lot of historic importance for the city of Lucca, with its medieval walls, which today many citizens go for runs and walks. This luxurious apartment with top of the class furnishings is located on the second floor of a prestigious building with an elevator, which has recently been totally renovated with large indoor and outdoor spaces.
The apartment is all on one floor and is composed of an entrance hall, large living room with an open fire place, spacious living room for reading and Tv room, a dining room with a fireplace, 2 large bedrooms each with en-suite bathroom, kitchen, laundry room, pantry, walk in closet and 1 large double bedroom with a study and en-suite bathroom.
The apartment was recently renovated and furnished with antiques and important paintings. From the windows of the apartment there are wonderful views of the cathedral.
Price: € 3 780.00 high season
€ 2 520.00 medium season
The price includes: linen and weekly change, a butler that cleans the apartment and by the clients request can prepare a buffet breakfast (coffee, tea, juice, croissants, biscuits, toast, fruit and yoghurt) and do the shopping for lunch or dinner.