Apartment in the historical center of Prato, a town 20 km from Florence

Apartment in the historical center of Prato, a town 20 km from Florence

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

We offer an apartment in Prato, a town 20km from Florence, close to the railway station from where it is possible to join Florence in 20 min. and the other historical towns of the Tuscany in about one hour. We have three bedrooms, one with one single bed, one with a double bed and an other one with two single bed. There is one living room, one study (with a sofa where 2 people can sleep), and a large kitchen where all the family can eat. It's a 160 sq.meters apartment in an old building in the historical center of Prato, just in front of a good Tuscan restaurant. We have a part time maid. We love very much our house, it is very comfortable and cosy.

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Who we are

  1. We are a family of four persons: the father Claudio a chemist, the mother Antonella, an architect, a son Vanni 21 years old, who attends university in Florence and a daughter Matilde, 14 years old, who attends high school.
    We love music, our home is full of cd and musical instruments, we love to travel, to read and the cinema. We have a cat Teti, she is polite and lovely.

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Your neighbourhood

Our house is in the historical center of the town, very close to the Castle of Emperor Fredrick II built in 1210 and the Church of S.Maria delle Carceri by the rinascimental architect Giuliano da San Gallo.In few minutes walking you can reach Piazza del Duomo with a very important Romanic chatedral famous for the Pulpit by Donatello and the frescos by Filippino Lippi.

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