THE TIMELESS APPEAL OF DECORATIVE EXUBERANCE.
The facades and decoration evoke venetian architecture and the eclectic style. Moorish-style arches and openings and solomonic columns catch the eye.
The building entrance is in the middle of the main facade: a twin flight of travertine stairs lead to the building.
The detailing and fine features reveal the building’s enduring splendour, which remains unaltered despite the numerous modifications that have taken place over the years.
The main elevation, set back from the road, extends over three floors and rests on a high pedestal. At the rear, the fourth floor increases the building’s volume and internal surface area.
An important decorative feature in the interior is the large stained glass window dating back to the Fascist period.
AREA – 1.869 SQM
FLOORS – 4 above ground
TERRACE / BALCONY: 113 SQM