Penthouse apartment with terrace near the center - Trieste

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PropNo2010-ZAN01
Type of useHousing
Type of commercializationPurchase
Type of propertyApartment
Kind of propertyPenthouse
Postcode34139
CityTrieste
Latitude45.64188
Longitude13.80484
CountryItaly
Provinces (Italy)Trieste
Living area75 sqm
Number of rooms2
Number of bedrooms1
Number of bathrooms1
Purchase price249.000 €
External commission4,88%
Currency
Commission noticeThe buyer pays 4,88% of the notarised purchase price, due on signing the purchase contract
PropNo2010-ZAN01 Type of useHousing
Type of commercializationPurchase Type of propertyApartment
Kind of propertyPenthouse Postcode34139
CityTrieste Latitude45.64188
Longitude13.80484 CountryItaly
Provinces (Italy)Trieste Living area75 sqm
Number of rooms2 Number of bedrooms1
Number of bathrooms1 Purchase price249.000 €
External commission4,88% Currency
Commission noticeThe buyer pays 4,88% of the notarised purchase price, due on signing the purchase contract
Property description Penthouse apartment with terrace near the center - Trieste

The penthouse apartment is located in the heart of Trieste and is one of the new apartments in a "palazzo" that is currently being extensively renovated. Just a stone's throw from the vibrant city center and in the immediate vicinity of the Ospedale Maggiore, the apartment's location offers access to all amenities and services. Public transportation, stores, supermarkets, pharmacies, post offices, schools and kindergartens are in the immediate vicinity.
The apartment is just 150 meters or a two-minute walk from the bus stops for lines 11 and 22. These lines offer a direct connection to the city center: line 11 ends at Piazza della Borsa, while line 22 terminates at Trieste's main train station. This means that all parts of Trieste are easily accessible.
The elegant apartment combines modern amenities with historical charm, giving it a unique atmosphere. Equipped with underfloor heating, it guarantees a high level of comfort and a cozy living environment. Located on the fourth and top floor of the building, it offers a spacious living area with kitchen and access to a terrace, which is ideal for al fresco dining and sunbathing. The kitchen area leads to the living room, the bathroom and the spacious bedroom.
An elevator leads to the first floor, where there is a garage and a cellar offering additional storage space and convenience. The apartment has energy efficiency class A4, which ensures a high level of living comfort and excellent energy savings.

+ Under construction / renovation, handover planned for fall 2024
+ Directly from the developer

Some residential units have already been sold, but there are still several two- and three-bedroom apartments available on different floors. These renovated apartments offer an excellent opportunity to invest in a property in the center of Trieste that combines modern luxury with historical flair.

Optional:
Parking space € 65.000.-
Car box on the street: € 55.000.-
Car parking space at the entrance: € 45.000.-
Cellar compartment: € 6.000.-
Parking space for motorcycle: € 7.000.-

Further information on specific request. We would be happy to organize a viewing appointment.
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Location: Trieste, a historic city in north-eastern Italy, is picturesquely situated on the Adriatic Sea and is the capital of the autonomous region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. This city, which lies close to the Slovenian border, has a fascinating history and cultural diversity that make it a unique place in Europe.

Trieste's history
Trieste has a long and varied history dating back to ancient times. Originally inhabited by the Illyrians, it later became a Roman colony called Tergeste. During the Middle Ages, Trieste was often fought over between various powers, including the Holy Roman Empire and the Republic of Venice.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, Trieste flourished under Habsburg rule. Thanks to its status as a free port, the city developed into an important trading center and a gateway to Central and Eastern Europe. This period shaped the cityscape and the multicultural atmosphere that can still be felt today.
After the First World War, Trieste became part of Italy, which led to tensions with the Slovenian and Croatian population. After the Second World War, Trieste was temporarily divided into the Free Territory of Trieste before finally becoming part of Italy in 1954.

Culture and architecture
Trieste is known for its impressive architecture, which reflects influences from different eras and cultures. The city center is characterized by neoclassical, art nouveau and eclectic buildings. Important landmarks include Piazza Unità d'Italia, the largest square in Italy with a sea view, and Miramare Castle, a romantic residence with a breathtaking view of the Adriatic.
The city has a lively cultural scene with numerous theaters, museums and galleries. The Teatro Verdi is known for its opera performances, and the Revoltella Museum displays an impressive collection of modern art. Trieste is also famous for its literary history: writers such as James Joyce, Italo Svevo and Umberto Saba lived and worked here.

Economy and port
The port of Trieste is one of the most important seaports in Europe and an important hub for trade between Europe and Asia. It plays a central role in the economy of the city and the region. In addition to the port, the insurance and coffee industries are also important economic sectors. Trieste is considered Italy's "coffee city", as many large coffee companies such as Illy have their headquarters here.

Conclusion
Trieste is a city of remarkable beauty and cultural depth. Its rich history, impressive architecture and vibrant cultural scene make it a fascinating destination. Its multicultural atmosphere and unique geographical location give Trieste a special appeal that inspires visitors from all over the world.
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13.80484
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Equipment: The specifications for the structures may deviate from the submitted and approved project during execution, both in terms of dimensions and properties.
The brands of the suppliers indicated in these specifications serve as examples to describe the properties of the selected materials, but may vary.
The construction management may make deviations at its own discretion during construction.
During construction, the contractor and the site management reserve the right to make any necessary changes to this specification and the project drawings if these are required for technical, functional, aesthetic or urban planning reasons, without affecting the economic value of the individual building units.
All interventions and associated changes must be approved in advance by the construction management.
Others: + Year of construction 1880
+ Renovation 2024
+ Building description on specific request
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