This magnificent property is located on the top floor of an historical palace located on Florence’s Lungarno Corsini. The palace was initially a possession of the Gianfigliazzi family which lived in it till the end of the Eighteenth century. In 1825 it was bought by Louis Bonaparte and later on was converted to the “The Four Nations” hotel. It was sold to the Lamporecchi family and eventually it was purchased by the Belgian family Van der Linden d’Hooghvorst. At that time the palace was restored by architect Bartolomeo Silvestri (1841). He organized the distribution of the facade’s windows and enclosed its top floor panoramic loggia. The penthouse was totally restructed and all rooms were renovated to allow lavish parties and receptions during the period Florence was considered the world’s capital of wealth and elegance. Near Ponte Vecchio and steps away from world famous streets offering luxury shopping and obviously in close proximity to all the monuments which have always permitted considering this magical city a veritable open sky museum. Please contact me for further details.
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- Lungarno Corsini, 6, 50123 Florence, Italy
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