An old little townhouse, recently finely restored and transformed into two separate apartments, one with a terrace, and another one with a courtyard, each accommodating two persons. To ensure privacy the apartments are not rented separately.
Situated in a picturesque environment at Modica Alta, the most ancient part of the beautiful Baroque city with stunning views on the town, "Via Nativo" is an old little house, recently finely restored and divided into two independent apartments, one with a terrace, called "Terrazza" and another one with a courtyard, called "Cortiletto.
Each apartment accommodates two persons and features a living space with kitchen, a double sleeping room and a bathroom with shower. Both apartments are equipped with air-conditioning and laundry machine.
To ensure privacy the apartments are not rented separately.
Two persons are accommodated in the apartment "Terrazza", while four persons have both apartments, 'Terrazza" and "Cortiletto" at their disposal.
The apartment "Terrazza" features a living space with dining area and fully equipped kitchen, a double sleeping room with a balcony, and a bathroom with shower. It is furnished with air-conditioning and a laundry machine. From the terrace which is adjacent to the living space one enjoys spectacular views on the city.
The apartment "Cortiletto" features a living space with kitchen, a double sleeping room, a bathroom with shower and a small luminous courtyard; The apartment is equipped with air-conditioning and a laundry machine.
Interaction with guests
Maria who takes care of the apartment is at your disposal for any assistance. I am living in Tuscany and can be reached any time via e-mail or mobile phone.
Other things to note
the house is located in a pedestrian zone, parking is about 200m away.
your pet is welcome
I am German, but I have been living in Tuscany for many years, presently setting up a small winery in Maremma (the southern part of Tuscany, more close to Rome than to Florence) producing natural wines made from tradional indigenous grape varieties. "back to the roots - forward towards natural wines".