Entrance to the building is via a large arched wooden door which leads into a corridor with a vaulted ceiling.
On the left is our apartment with arched wooden entrance door and skylight.
On entering we find ourselves in a corridor with a vaulted terracotta ceiling and terracotta tiled floor.
All five of the apartment's doors open on to this corridor.
On the left there is a bedroom with a double bed, an armchair which converts into a single bed, an early 1900's cupboard and a wardrobe.
This room, with terracotta tiled floor and beautiful arched ceiling, is light and airy due to its south facing window looking on to Via San Giuseppe.
In front of this room is a storeroom with painted glass door.
Further down the corridor on the right there is another bedroom with double bedroom writing table, a chest of drawers with antique mirror and a fitted wardrobe.
This room has an antique beamed ceiling and terracotta floors.
The room faces the north and looks on to the building's garden courtyard.
In front of this room there is the dining room with well equipped kitchen area with gas hob, microwave oven, fridge, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, electric juicer and both Italian moka and filter coffee machines.
The room, which faces the south, looking on to Via San Giuseppe, has a beautiful arched ceiling and terracotta floors and is furnished with a wooden dining table, an early 1900's display cabinet and a sofa.
The last door in the corridor leads into the bathroom with shower cubicle and washing machine.
The windows looking on to Via San Giuseppe are recessed into the very thick walls and reached by carved stone steps.
The atmosphere of the apartment is warm and welcoming and gives the impression of having stepped back in time.