Trevi, Italy, November 23, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Architecture and artwork often go hand in hand since many homes and buildings have been created to enhance a piece of art; but when you throw history into the mix you get something that is almost as irresistible as it is rare. HouseInTheSun.com is proud to present a renaissance church, complete with a restored mural, that was converted into a modern residence located in the lovely Italian town of Trevi, Umbria.
This prestigious residence, situated on a romantic piazza in the middle of Trevi’s historic center, was renovated 10 years ago with high quality materials. A large terrace with stunning views overlooks the rooftops and the surrounding countryside.
The house, which is about 200 square meters (2153 Square feet), has four levels combining the open spaces typical of a church with modern architecture solutions to enhance the building’s original elements in a functional way. Even the original murals have been completely restored and gold leafed. It is truly a work of art rich in history.
The asking price for your own piece of heaven? About 550,000 Euro.
Pictures and more details can be found at:http://www.houseinthesun.com/listing-ex-chiesa-san-filippo--53962.html
Reidar Svedahl +46-70-6438333 or reidar.svedahl @ houseinthesun.com
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