Corso Cairoli 30
Corso Cairoli, 30 Turin (TO)
in the hearth of the city
Corso Cairoli 30 is a historic residence whose origins date back to the mid-1800s and was designed by Gaetano Bertolotti (1857).
It is located in the heart of Turin’s historic center, along the Po River and near Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Via della Rocca.
The property is comprised of five buildings that open onto an internal courtyard with a garden.
The classic elegance of a 19th-century style patrician residence paired with the necessities of modern apartments equipped with the best in internal finishings—this is living in Corso Cairoli 30.
The last property available is an attic apartment with a panoramic view of the Po River, a truly unique
A period residence located in the heart of Turin, it offers a spectacular view that encompasses the hills of Monte dei Cappuccini, a number of the city’s iconic buildings, the Church of the Gran Madre and the Basilica di Superga.