In the historic center of Cividale, a wonderful early 1900s residence with garden. On the ground floor we have a wonderful atrium, a living area / tavern consisting of a dining room, another large room overlooking the garden, an equipped kitchen, a bathroom and an internal courtyard. They then go up to the main floor, where we find another kitchen, an adjoining dining room, a lounge, a large study / library, and a second bathroom. Upstairs there is a large sleeping area with four bedrooms and a large hallway area, a walk-in closet and two other bathrooms. The house was refurbished in the 1980s, during which all the original finishes were kept where possible. The building was built in 1914. Both inside and outside it follows various architectural styles that look to the Middle Ages and the history of Cividale. Already on the façade you can see the ashlar windows in the Gothic style decorated with artistic bricks that recall the skein drawings typical of the Lombard world. The architraves that support a small extension of the upper floor, as was customary in medieval houses, are molded and end in a serpentine decoration. The terrace is supported by a series of brick arches that recall the ancient fifteenth-century construction of the Devil's bridge. Entering the large stairs lead to the upper floor the same is all decorated with arches that retrace those of the Lombard Temple. The ceiling is coffered and the walls of the fireplace room are painted in the style of the town hall of Udine.
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