The apartment is located on the fifth floor (with elevator) and consists of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, dining room and kitchen. A lovely terrace adds a touch of elegance and allows plenty of natural light. The building is located in a residential setting.
Entering the house, there is a small hallway which leads to the dining area and kitchen. The dining area is furnished with a table with six chairs, a dresser and refrigerator. The kitchen is equipped with a sink, washing machine and a small table with a chair. The corridor leads to the first bedroom, the bathroom and the living room.
The first door on the right is the bathroom, which features a bath tub with hand shower.The second door on the right is the bedroom, furnished with a double bed (140cm x 190cm), a bedside table and a wardrobe with double doors.
The living room comes with a sofa, a sofa bed (double), a bookcase, a piano (not to be used), TV corner, a table and several small tables. From the lounge two doors lead onto the terrace. The living room has a large window offering wonderful views of the Parioli district.
The master bedroom with en-suite bathroom is accessible from the living room. The room is furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), chest of drawers, a three-door wardrobe, a desk and chair.The en-suite bathroom has a shower stall.
The house is equipped with air conditioning in the living room and master bedroom.
ParkingIn this area, you can find free parking spaces (white lines) or paid parking spaces (blue lines). Guests can also request a private parking place.
AreaParioli is the second most important neigbourhood of Rome, located on the right of Via Flaminia - on the Parioli hills - and bordering the Flaminio district.
The Parioli neighbourhood developed during and right after the Second World War, when the artistic, political and financial elite chose the area as its residence. For this reason, the buildings here have plenty of green aeas and beautiful gardens: Parioli is surely one of the greenest districts in Rome, if not the greenest.
In the Parioli neighbourhood you also find the Memorial Park (Parco della Rimembranza), the Acqua Acetosa park, where some of the sports facilities for the 1960 Olympics were built, the Piazzale delle Muse and the park of Villa Ada. In the vicinity there is the famous private university 'Luiss' and a number of highly specialized medical centers. Also worth a visit is the auditorium built by Renzo Piano, the mosque and the Islamic Cultural Centre by the architect Paolo Portoghesi, located in the area of Monte Antenne.The heart of the neighbourhood consists of Piazza Ungheria and Piazza Euclide, whose trendy clubs used to rival with the 'Dolce Vita' of Via Veneto back in the early 60's.
Via Ettore Petrolini is also moments away from the marvellous Piazza delle Muse and its panoramic views.Get the full listing »