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Antiche Terrazze

view from the terraceThe “Antiche Terrazze” Apartment is located in an antique building on the top of Capodimonte Hill. Has 3 well- furnished double rooms, all with private bathroom and panoramic view. Rooms named Capri, Amalfi and Vesuvio, after the view from each.

Apartment is in a quiet green park with a 360° panoramic view of Naples. You can have breakfast or enjoy a romantic dinner on our terrace with the most amazing view of the town - a unique experience. Away from noise and traffic but very near to the historical centre.

Number of bedrooms: 3 Number of bathrooms: 3 Floor area in m2: 150

Bedroom # Number of beds Bed type
Bedroom 1 1 Double
Bedroom 2 1 Double
Bedroom 3 1 Double
Bathroom # WC Shower Bathtub
Bathroom 1 Yes Yes Yes
Bathroom 2 Yes Yes No
Bathroom 3 Yes Yes No

My second home is available

All year (please email me)

I/We are also interested in renting second home out: Yes


view from the terraceterraceVesuvio roomSorrento roomliving room of the Gulfone bathroomviewliving room of the Gulfviewview


The Apartment is just 5 minutes far, walking from Capodimonte Museum and 15 minutes walking from the National Museum.
Moreover all the archaeological sites like Pompei and Ercolano, and other interst places as Capri can be easily reached by public transport means.

Set around one of the most beautiful bays in Italy, the Bay of Naples (Napoli), and lying in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, and in close proximity to the romantic islands of Capri and Ischia, Naples (Napoli) is the third-largest city in Italy.

Naples (Napoli), a former Greek trading centre, was established around 600 BC. The city was later conquered by the ancient Romans and became a residence of several emperors and other important persons of that time. Today, Naples (Napoli) is a bustling city located in a beautiful natural setting, with a colourful street life, chaotic traffic, and numerous narrow and winding alleyways that lead to many quaint shops and restaurants.
In fact the street is where Naples (Napoli) happens.

Life is lived here in all its chaotic glory. It’s bustling; it’s unique, where Neapolitan is a language in its own right and you’ll hear the harsh dialect bellowed at volume; it’s rich in historical, artistic, and cultural traditions and with its own distinct cuisine, where the pizza originated in the 18th century and is eaten, like so many other delicious local foods, out on the street. Naples (Napoli) is alive with movement; Neapolitans will engage nearly anyone in conversation and they love to interact almost as much as they love to eat outdoors.
And what does all of this add up to? One of the most exciting, vivid places you’ll ever visit. It also has some beautiful architecture, a thriving port area, and frequent ferries out to the lovely islands of Capri and Ischia; and the ancient world lies just out of town in the ancient ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Naples (Napoli) is an unforgettable experience. Visit the city’s grand cathedral, the Duomo. Originally dating from 1272, it has undergone numerous alterations. The Chiesa dei Girolamini, a beautiful baroque church with two facades, lies directly opposite. Don’t miss the Chiesa del Gesu Nuovo on the piazza of the same name. Dating from the 16th century, the church is one of Naples (Napoli)’s finest examples of Renaissance architecture.

Wander north of the Spaccanapoli district and visit the Museo Archeologico Nazionale. It boasts one of the most comprehensive collections of Graeco-Roman artifacts in the world, including some discovered at Pompeii and Herculaneum. It also houses the Borgia collection of Etruscan and Egyptian relics.
The beautifully located Castel Sant’Elmo is well worth a visit. Offering spectacular views out over the bay and the city itself, this star-shaped castle was built under Spanish vice-regal rule in 1538. The Palazzo Reale di Capodimonte is striking. Dating from 1738, it was the residence of the Bourbon King Charles III and is surrounded by what was once the hunting ground of the aristocracy. Today, the palazzo is home to the Museo e Gallerie di Capodimonte which houses an outstanding collection of Renaissance paintings: Bellini, Caravaggio, Botticelli, and El Greco are all represented.

Stroll in the Via Floridiana, the lush public park spilling down from the Vomero to Mergelina and visit the oldest opera house in Italy, the Teatro San Carlo in the elegant Piazza Trento e Trieste. Sunny, lively, and simply unforgettable, Naples (Napoli) is music, theater, Vesuvius, coffee, pizza, and the sea.

Property details

Stereo/Hifi x
Security system x
Central heating x
Jacuzzi x
Swimming pool
TV/Cable x
CD player
Kitchen & Washing
Grill x
Freezer x
Fridge x
Microwave x
Diswasher x
Oven x
Washing machine x
Dryer x
Swimming pool
Terrace x
Parking x
Sunbed x
Garden furniture x
Local activities
Golfing x
Mountain biking
Horse riding
Roller blading
Water skiing
Wheelchair friendly
No smoking x
Language spoken
English x
French x
Italian x
Spanish x
Something about ourselves

I am currently living in Barcelona, Spain, that's why we would like to rent out or exchange my mother's house for some short or medium periods. Our apartment can lodge till a maximum of 9 persons and is available almost all year because is organized in two independents units.
I am studying as a lawyer in Spain. I travelled all over Europe, while my mother travelled to different continents, Asia, Australia, South America, apart from Europe.

Preferred destinations: Spain, Austria, France, We like to go anywhere - surprise us!

We are number of travelers: 2


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