г. Санкт-Петербург, Итальянская ул. 4 литера А
We offer for sale a duplex apartment with open terraces in the house of architect P. Jaco on the Arts Square. The unique location in the heart of the "Golden Triangle" near the world's pearls of history, culture and architecture will allow you to feel the aura of St. Petersburg, taking just a few steps to the Russian Museum, the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Nevsky Prospekt, or enjoy Northern Venice from the waters of the Griboyedov Canal and the Fontanka River. A historic house after reconstruction in 2000 next to the Mikhailovsky Theater. The apartment has a total area of 160 sq. m. The apartment includes a living room with open terraces, a bedroom, a children's room (or a second bedroom), an office-library, a kitchen-dining room, two bathrooms, a guest bathroom, a hall with built-in wardrobes. High-quality repairs using natural materials. Working fireplace in the living room, air conditioning system. The terraces in front of your eyes offer a panoramic view of the unique architectural ensemble of the Arts Square and the Italian Street. Well-groomed front door with a modern elevator. A system of round-the-clock professional security around the perimeter of the building, controlled access to an internal landscaped courtyard. Modern underground parking. Arts Square – the square located in the Central district of St. Petersburg between Engineering and Italian streets. The ensemble of the square, consisting of the buildings of the Mikhailovsky Palace (now it houses the State Russian Museum), the Mikhailovsky Theater (the former Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after M. P. Mussorgsky), the Golenishchev-Kutuzov House, the Musical Comedy Theater, the Russian Ethnographic Museum, the Great Hall of the D. D. Shostakovich Philharmonic and the Grand Hotel Europe, designed by the famous architect Karl Rossi in the first half of the XIX century. In 1957, a monument to A. S. Pushkin was erected in the square on the square, made by sculptor M. K. Anikushin and architect V. A. Petrov. As part of the historical development of the center of St. Petersburg, the square is included in the World Heritage List.