The medieval village of Poppi, unique for the presence of the large Castle of the Counts Guidi, is considered the architectural jewel of the Casentino valley in Arezzo. It is not coincidentally that it has been included among the most beautiful villages of Italy.
In the historic center, in the most important street, particular for its arcades, this elegant historic building on three levels is located.
The access portal and the windows are framed by linear pietra serena contour, the surface is plastered while the rear side is in exposed stone with an interesting example of an Italian garden, surrounded in part by the ancient city walls, to which you can also access from a side portal.
The building consists entirely of double-height rooms both on the ground floor and on the first floor, the second floor is used as attics with significant heights. The entrance leads into a large hall covered by a pavilion vault decorated centrally with a fresco, noteworthy is the adjacent reception hall, covered by a pavilion vault with double " nails" placed at the corners of the room. Then we find the living room, the kitchen with the large fireplace, a study, the service room and two bathrooms. The kitchen leads to the mezzanine where there are the laundry room and two service rooms. Through a wide staircase you reach the rooms on the first floor, very large, like those on the ground floor, covered by wooden ceilings. The basement floor consists of a stable, storage room, cistern and cellar. Through these place we enter the garden of about 2000 square meters.
No information available