- 175 m²
- Free Wifi
- Private Terrace
- Children Friendly
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
Full property description
This marvelous duplex Penthouse flat with a large private panoramic Terrace is located on the 4TH floor of a period building, (without an elevator). A spacious 3 bedroom, 3 bath, in addition to a private terrace view panoramic views of the Rooftops of Trastevere, the Church of Santa Maria in Trastevere and the Gianicolo hill. Completely renovated to a high modern standard while preserving original period features and tastefully decorated, this sunny and quiet apartment is located in the heart of the old city, walking distance to all of the Centro Storico, monuments, transport, restaurants and Rome’s night life.
Located on the 4th foor, (top) floor of an a characteristic building without an elevator, the apartment is just steps away from the busteling Trastevere night life yet located on a quiet side street. Spanning circa 2000sq. feet, the penthouse is divided as follows:
Entrance Foyer leading into double living and dining room with original, large plank hardwood flooring throughout, original wooden ceilings, exposed original brick walls and several windows allowing in ample natural light.
Air conditioned, antique wooden ceilings and floors, original exposed walls, two large windows overlooking surrounding rooftops, modern sofa, (bed), two lounge chairs, and flat screen T.V.
Lovely open loft style kitchen and dining room with custom chef’s kitchen, complete with American size fridge, two ovens, 6 burner stove, large butcher block island, microwave, fully equipped with cook and flatware. Modern dining table and chairs for 6-8 people. This room has skylights, air conditioning, wood and brick ceilings, a fireplace and built in custom cabinetry.
Adjacent to and separated from the dining room by glass French doors, there is a little mediation or study room with a skylight
Bedrooms-Master: Beautiful, sun drenched room with private balcony overlooking the rooftops of Trastevere. This room has a full size bed, (2.0m x 1.60m) air conditioning, a T.V., wood floors and original ceilings, custom built walk in closets, led lighting and an on suite bath. An entire wall of additional custom closets is located in the hall leading to the master bedroom. A charming, quiet room with ample natural light.
Bathroom-Master on suite: Newly renovated bath all in natural stone with basin, oversized shower, w\c, bidet and large window.
Bedroom n. 2: Spacious second bedroom with two twin beds (2.0m x 1.0m), original brick walls and wooden ceilings and floors, air conditioning, custom closets and doors opening onto small private balcony with charming rooftop views.
Bathroom-Guest: Brand new bathroom with large shower, basin, w\c and bidet, built in closets and window.
Located in common corridor between 2nd bedroom and living room.
Bedroom n. 3: Adjacent to living room and well separated from other bedrooms, we have a third bedroom with full size bed (2.0m x 1.6m), ample custom built in closets, air conditioning and window with view of rooftops. This bedroom has an on suite bath.
Bathroom 3-on suite: Newly renovated modern bath with big shower, w\c, bidet and window.
TERRACE: The pièce de résistance of this lovely Penthouse is its magnificent private outdoor terrace, covering circa 700sq. feet. Accessed from the entrance on the main level, we have a beautiful handmade wooden staircase leading up to the private rooftop terrace, this lovely peaceful space covers circa 70sq. m(, 750sq. feet), with views over all of Trastevere, the Roman pine trees atop the Gianicolo hill, the Bell Tower of Santa Maria in Trastevere and the Cupola of St. Peters. offering one the possibility of organizing breakfast, lunch or dinner or just enjoying a glass of wine in this peaceful setting.
The Terrace is finely decorated with outdoor sofa’s, lounge chairs and a dining table.
This truly unique Penthouse is strategically located near to all of the Centro Storico, Campo de’Fiori open market, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. Enjoy the liberty of strolling the center and dining in its best restaurants, shopping in the finest boutiques or just savoring your meals and Roman Sunsets from your private terrace which can be enjoyed virtually year round.
The Vibrant quarter of Trastevere, who’s name comes from across the river Tiber (Tras – Tevere), is a vibrant antique district of the Centro Storico, an area encompassing some of Renaissance’s Rome’s most beautiful monuments and Buildings. All within a five minute radius one can reach the Church of Santa Maria in Trastevere, the Corsini Gallery, and the famed Villa Farnesina, owned by the richest man in Renaissace Rome with fresco’s by Raffaello’s and Giulio Romano, the Trastevere Museum, and the Botanical Gardens of Rome. Trastevere is an area honeycombed with characteristic side streets lined with restaurants, café’s, outdoor faris and food markets. During the Summer, Trastevere comes alive with many street festivals and the nearby banks of the Riverside are entirely deckout with seasonal restaurants, cinema’s and art fairs along the nearby Tiber Island.
Trastevere is also home to the monumental Basicila of St. Cecilia, still a functioning monastery, with it’s harmonies Renaissance gardens. Built upon the site where St. Cecilia’s house was said to exist, it still contains her relics in the catacombs beneath the Church. This medieval area of Trastevere was also home to an overflow of the Jewish Population from the nearby Ghetto located on the opposite side of the Tevere and merits an afternoon stroll in the winding little streets.
In addition, you a just a stone’s throw across the River via the antique Ponte Sisto, one quicly reaches the marvelous Piazza Farnese, the monumental Renaissance palace built by Michaelangelo, the Spada Gallery and the colorful Campo de’Fiori, where a daily market still caters to the tastes of fresh fruit, meat and produce. Rome’s most breathtaking monuments are just a few more steps away, including Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia and the Pantheon, one of the ancient World’s most well preserved monuments. This plesant walk will take you past boutique stores and characteristic eateries.
The world famous Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo, designed by Michaengelo, the renowned Fontana di Trevi and Pantheon are all within striking distance. . Come explore the vibrant part of 17-18th Century Baroque Rome, now home to the most fashionable shopping districts, including Via Frattina, Via Condotti and Via del Corso. Also the centre of 19th century artists and Rome’s dolce vita epoc, Via Margutta was made famous to the world in the film Roman Holiday.
The area is packed with shops, boutiques, café’s, restaurants and within walking distance to all of central Rome. Good transport connections via buses in Largo argentina or the Tram no. 8, which passes along viale Trastevere to the Pantheon. This is a vibrant, yet easy area to live in, with several supermarkets, open markets and all services within walking distance,
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Espresso machine
- Fan / extractor
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Roofed Patio/deck/Terrace
- Fireplace - Wood
- Central heating
- Towels provided
- Hair dryer
- Smoking allowed outside
- City view
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Concert halls
- Health/beauty spa