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Florence 50122 Italy

Listing # 48519


Rates From EUR 1300 Monthly
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Last Updated: Saturday, October 20, 2018

UFFIZIFLAT@GALLERY ACROSS STREET! 1BD,QUIET,COZY WIFI,A/C @CHARM of FLORENCE INSIDE !

@@Welcome in www.uffiziapartment.info ,our family apartment RATED EXCELLENT BY TRAVELLERS on TRIPADVISOR .

The apartment is located on the 2rd floor with an ELEVATOR , a rare feature in the buildings of the ancient historic center of Florence-

-- availability montly from 3 november 2018 - 31 december 2018 and from 16 FEBRUARY 2019 onwards .

-Price € 1300 montly DISCOUNT for sabbaticalhomes enrolled with references on the profile .Thanks. Minimum stay 2 months from 3 november 2018 .In any case ASK always .Thank you .

Confirmation booking deposit to be returned upon departure € 300 for montly rent . Utilities on consumption .Bed linen / bathroom/kitchen . Final cleaning montly rents € 80.
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Available for short stay from april 2019 .
PRICE
Every night eu 115. ( 2 guests )@@ 1 WEEK euro 695 ( it is discount price for the enrolled sabbaticalhomes site ).

***Christmas - New Year € 130/night minimum stay 4 nights.***

ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED till 1 week .Please note :during warm period - ( may- october ) A/C ( electricity ) is not included ,by consumption about 3 euro/night .Thanks .
In the cold period ( november - march ) heater on consumption. Thanks .

All counters are independent .

Final cleaning eu 60 ( short stay )

The apartment

Our apartment , a little gem in the autentic historic centre of Florence ,is located just BEHIND the Uffizi Gallery main entrance ( 1 minute walking/accross the street ! literally) ,just two minutes walk from Signoria square and Old Bridge also .

Homely and comfortable, the apartment is in a medieval and very well kept street, paved with stone; it is lit by nineteenth century street lamps.

In the same street there is the ancient and famous Georgofili Academy, the first public association in Europe specialized in agricultural studies and conservation of the territory since 1753. You will also note the older Torre dei Pulci (a tower deriving its name from a noble family which owned the building), still visible from the street.

It is located in a pedestrian street (car access is restricted to taxis only). On the second floor of a period building entirely restored with ELEVATOR,so you don't have problems with your bags . The apartment is graciously furnished and tastefully decorated in typical Florentine style, with wooden beam ceiling , cotto flooring and parquet .It is furnished with tuscan furniture coming from our florentine family; also our flat offers a romantic feeling by our old paintings and vintage reproductions .

An mini Uffizi inside the home !... A delightful atmosphere, original and unique.

It is 60 sqm arranged over two floors and comprises, on lower level, hall with small storage room, separate kitchen fully equipped with small table for breakfast or to cook,a living room with sofa-bed (large single bed) and dining table with seating for up to 6 people.

Inner stairs lead to the upper level where is a cozy spacious bedroom with double bed (divisible into two single beds if required) ,a built-in closet, a modern spacious bathroom with bath-tub and wall-mounted shower. There are also a convenient washing machine and iron and ironing table.
All rooms have windows overlooking a quiet inner courtyard (no cars parked).
Towels and linens are provided for long stay also .

*ALL WINDOWS HAVE SCREENS TO KEEP MOSQUITOS OUT TO ENSURE MAXIMUM COMFORT IN THE SUMMER time( a rare luxury in the city apartments and a considerable comfort during summer ).

A/C in the bedroom. A fan is available also .

The area
The apartment is in the best medieval Florence's heart .The flat is in an elegant, quiet neighborhood and protected area ( patrolled street).

Nearby you will find the most beautiful coffee bars of Florence ; elegant wine bars and characteristic "panino toscano" shops based on florentine culinary specialities ; markets supplied with everything ,rotisserie ,bakery -all of them- open in the sunday .

Very close the apt you can visit "Porcellino market " tuscan articles in florentine straw, hand embroidery, leather goods, objects in wood, flowers,many colorful products - silk , cashmere ,pasminas .Walking distance : the ancient "Mercato Centrale" where you can buy meat, fish, fruits, vegetables and many culinary rarities including fruit and fresh vegetables.

It's also easy to come from florentine Vespucci Airport to Santa Maria Novella main station , there is shuttle bus every hour connecting the airport with the central station or taxi (approximately 20 minutes).
From station you can arrive to apartment or walking ( less 15 min ) or taxi ( it is a modest price ).

Inside the apartment you 'll find :english fine books about art and architecture of Florence - excellent pics - are available for your enjoyment ; a guide with the owner's tips about restaurants and shopping.Many english guides to visit Florence and his surroundings.

For our location and for our interiors this is a dream for art lovers !

Suitable for 2/3 people. Perfect for couples! The price on website is for 2 people .Additional guest considereted : add 25 eu/night


Arrivals later than 8PM are not possible for us.In any case ask ,we will do our best for you !Thank you so much .



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Basics:

Number of Bedrooms
1
Number of Bathrooms
1
Number of Offices
0
Surface Size
65 Sq. Meters
Suited for
3 people
Property Type
Apartment or Condo

Availability:

Available from Saturday, November 3, 2018 until Saturday, January 5, 2019
Available from Sunday, February 17, 2019 until Friday, May 31, 2019
Minimum Stay
4 day(s)
Flexible With Dates
Yes
Comments on Dates
montly available discount ;NO arrivals later 8PM in any case ask .thanks
*Approximate location of the property is within the blue radius. Red markers indicate surrounding points of interest including schools, universities, libraries and museums.

City Florence
Postal Code - State or Province 50122 Toscana
Country Italy
Neighborhood Keywords Uffizi,Signoria square,Ponte Vecchio,Cathedral,Strozzi Palace,Orsammichele Church
Closest University The British Institute,Gonzaga University,Drake University & others in the historic center
University nearby New York University ,University of Pisa ,University of Siena




Rental Price:

Asked
EUR 1300 Monthly
Rental Fee Comments
The rent could be negotiable according to the period.
Rent Negotiable
Yes
Utilities Included
No
Cleaning Services Included
No

Surroundings:

  • Near Shops
  • Walk To Campus
  • Urban Environment
  • Near Restaurants
  • Near Public Transports

Additional Information:

  • Furnished
  • Available for Long Term
  • Holiday Term
  • Available for Short Term
  • Summer Term

Amenities:

  • Modern Kitchen
  • Washer
  • Air-Conditioning
  • High Speed Internet
  • Elevator
  • TV
  • Other: ELEVATOR ( great comfort ),INTERCOM; FAST WIFI.

Considerations:

Kid Friendly
Yes
Small Children Safe
No
Smoke Free
No
Pets Welcome
No
Car Available
No

Perform Housesitting Duties?:

No

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Member Since Dec 13 2009
This member has 5 reviews
About Me
Florence It is my native city, the place of my childhood and university studies. I am professor of liberal studies in public school ; I am teaching italian language in the public school .

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Rosella's flat could not be in a better location...it is literally steps away from the Uffizzi and the Piazza de la Signoria, and just a few minutes' walk to the Ponte Vecchio. We appreciated the elevator, and the comfortable bed and nice linens. The kitchen was small but provided the basics. The bathroom and bedroom are up a fairly narrow staircase from the living/dining room. Both were roomy and pleasant, with ample closet space. Rosella was very responsive to emails as we were setting up our rental, and was right on time for checking in and checking out. Good Jo Ann 7/5/2018 1:43:00 PM
This lovingly furnished and very reasonably priced apartment is right next to the Uffizi, steps from the Arno, and minutes away from anything else you might want to see, whether you’re in Florence for pleasure or research or both. The layout is clever—it’s a one bedroom on two levels and the foldout guest bed in the living room is excellent. The internet is very reliable.

The small kitchen is well equipped with two electric burners, a microwave and a small fridge. Two Conad supermarkets are quite nearby, and there are great little restaurants around the corner.

Rosella herself is warm, stylish, and helpful, and has thought about everything in the apartment, from décor (as she says, no Ikea!) to local information and lore.

The posted photographs of the apartment are very thorough, and show the architectural charm of the place. You’ll notice that the apartment does not have views or direct sunshine, but it does feel airy and there are ample windows overlooking an interior courtyard. As a consequence it’s quiet and also stays cool in the heat. (I was there into late May when the temperature was rising and the crowds increasing). If you’re out in galleries, churches, and libraries during the day it’s a good retreat at night.

This was my home base in Florence for two months and I was very happy in this apartment.

Excellent PatC 6/29/2017 11:26:00 AM
This apartment is unique ... a two-storey space (bedroom and ensuite upstairs and sitting room and kitchen downstairs. Perfect for a couple. ... here you will want to be quiet and ponder Florence and the beautiful bridges spanning the Arno just steps away. We walked across the Ponti Vecchia most days; shopped in the mercato market just seconds from the other side of the famous bridge; an absolute relief sometimes to leave the crowds and go home and make a cup of tea or coffee and cook a simple meal) - the walls filled with paintings, photos and sketches, many of the Madonna - lending a comfortable, home-like, feminine air - enhanced by the wooden beam ceiling, cotto and parquet flooring. Books about Italian art and architecture, books about the Uffizi, we sat on the couch at night planning our days; the best thing about this apartment was that I felt I was in Florence. The soft lighting at night made us want to stay in, but so many nights we ventured out .. we loved our stay here; convenient and comfortable and helped to make our memory of Florence special - to read my Blog review, see Spring in Europe at www.eyeontheground.com Excellent Jessica Syme 7/6/2015 5:07:00 PM
“Uffizi Apartment” was the perfect place for me to stay for a two-week dissertation research trip in late June 2014. I would recommend it, and Rossella as its owner-manager, unequivocally.

The apartment is tastefully and elegantly decorated, very comfortable, and quiet and peaceful. Upon entering the apartment, after taking either the elevator or walking up three flights of stairs, there is a small vestibule with a coat hooks and a utility closet with any tools, extra trash bags, etc. that you may need during your stay. The kitchen is across from the front door, and has a microwave, two-burner electric stove, a small refrigerator, Italian espresso maker, and a sink with a drying rack above. While it would be difficult to make elaborate meals in this kitchen, I happily made risotto, pasta, veal chops, salads, and other foods that could be cooked on a stove.

The living room has a traditional wooden Florentine ceiling, and a large window facing out towards a small courtyard. Rossella has very sensibly put screens on all the windows in the apartment, so there is no threat of mosquitoes or other bugs coming inside. Having lived in numerous Florentine properties over the years, I can attest that this is a Godsend!

There is a new, flatscreen television mounted to the wall; it has numerous Italian channels and a DVD player underneath it. Rossella has very thoughtfully purchased various American, British, and Italian films, and I enjoyed watching “Roman Holiday,” “Ocean’s 12,” and “My Cousin Vinny.” Next to the television is a credenza with dishes and tablecloths and a dining room table that seats six; I used the table for both eating and as a desk, for which it was more than adequate. Behind the table, underneath the stairs leading up to the bedroom, is a very soft sleeper sofa, and a bookshelf with numerous guidebooks, art history tomes, novels, and other books.

Upstairs – the apartment is like an American-style loft apartment with stairs leading up to an open upstairs room – is a charming and romantic bedroom. There is a very comfortable king bed with lovely foam pillows (Italian-style “letto matrimoniale,” with two twin beds pushed up next to each other), two nightstands, a small bureau, two large closets, and most importantly, an air-conditioning unit next to the window. The A/C was easy to use, with a remote-control switch, and very much appreciated during Florence’s typically hot summers. Completing the bedroom is a whole wall decorated with framed art copies of famous Marian images. As an Italian Renaissance art historian, I adored going to sleep with all these beautiful pictures.

The bathroom is quite large, with a tub with shower, toilet, bidet, and sink. The washer is also here. It is a typical Italian washer – quite small and full of strange, for an American, nobs and settings. Rossella has very helpfully included easy-to-use English instructions with the washer. I must admit that I had some problems using it; I followed the instructions exactly, but the cycle ran for almost 6 hours (!) and then did not drain out the water. My black pants and underwear also came out with rust stains on them. This was the only bad experience I had in the apartment, and Rossella was very apologetic, professional, and helpful about it; when I checked out, she told me she would immediately inspect it and possibly call a repairman, and she additionally comped my water utility fee. I am sure the washer will be working just fine for any future guests as Rossella is extremely conscientious about everything in the apartment.

I loved the two weeks I spent in “Uffizi Apartment,” and hope I will be able to return soon. The apartment was the perfect place for me to work and live, and when my husband visited me at the end of my stay, a very romantic spot for us to spend our time in Florence. Rossella is everything you would hope for in a home rental owner-manager; so helpful, caring, friendly, and thoughtful. She truly cares about making sure her guests have the best experience, and it certainly shows in all the special touches she has put in the apartment: from the coffee and olive oil ready for you in the kitchen when you arrive to the collection of maps and guidebooks in the living room to the restaurant coupons she specially arranges for her guests. Needless to say, she is the epitome of Tuscan hospitality, grace, and charm.

Excellent Sarah Cadagin 8/5/2014 9:12:00 AM
I can totally recommend this cosy flat very near to the Uffizi Gallery. The main square, with many restaurants, was a few minutes walk away. Despite being so central, the flat was very quiet and we slept well. I shared with my cousin, so I slept on the very comfortable put-u-up sofa, and she had the double bedroom. A wonderful holiday. Excellent mary wray 10/25/2010 12:07:00 PM
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