Radicondoli - patrician town houses ("palazzi")There are a number of late Renaissance town houses, mainly 16 C, along via Tiberia Gazzei.
Palazzo d'Elci, called Poggiarello, at No. 90, is of impressive dimensions. It contains the Santa Caterina monastery and the facade, three floors high, is in late Renaissance style.
The current Palazzo Municipale, previously Palazzo Berlinghieri, is at No. 89 and has a wide entrance hall with a pavillion vault and stone door jambs and architraves.
Palazzo Bizzarrini, at No. 24, is a small town housee of brown bricks dating from the 16 C and once the property of Michelangelo Bizzarrini.
Palazzo Lolini, at Nos. 67-69, 16 C, was originally the property of the Bizzarrini family. It passed through the Noferi family, to the Borghi and finally to the Lolini, the current owners. Inside there is a ball room with an orchestral pit supported by columns and decorated by the Siennese painter Luigi Cinatti in late neoclassical style.
Palazzetto Baronti Marchiola, at n. 43, is 19 C. It has a double-arched access gate with a balcony above.