- 3 Rooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 154 m2
- Year Built: 1700
- Condominium fees: €95
HISTORIC CENTER – A few steps from Piazza Campo de Fiori, Largo Cairoli and Largo del Pallaro, in a very quiet, in a building recently restored, we offer for sale rare opportunity of PENTHOUSE of great charm for a total of 154 square meters.
The property was renovated with the help of a team of architects who have expertly exploited every space of the house ensuring excellent functionality. On the first level we find: entrance hall, double living room with fireplace, kitchen with laundry area and balcony, master bedroom, second bedroom with loft/ study with access to a further panoramic balcony and bathroom with bath and shower with two windows. Through a very comfortable wooden staircase you reach the second level where we find: living area with access to the beautiful panoramic terrace, room with two skylights, service with storage room and convenient compartment with predisposition for a small kitchenette that can improve the usability of the outdoor space characterized by the striking view of the Dome of Sant ‘Andrea della Valle and the roofs of Rome.
The ceilings up to 4.30 meters high with the ancient wooden beams, the beautiful parquet flooring, the fireplace, the original doors enriched by other restored period elements, the panoramic terrace give character and soul to this property, in harmony with the historical frame of the building, and make it the ideal place to experience the charm of ancient Rome, in a context of great charm and extreme tranquility. The apartment in question enjoys exposure on three sides such as to favor a high brightness and excellent air feedback.
The request price is € 1,390,000.00 – Real estate consultant: Isabella Cupioli RIF151BH22 Tel. 0696006341
Largo del Pallaro is located between Via dei Chiavari and Via di Grottapinta and owes its name to the fact that here was organized, on a fixed date, a game very similar to that of Lotto, but privately managed. For the occasion a small stage was set up above which was placed a container with 90 numbered balls, ready to be drawn at random. The pallaro was the one who had the task to collect the bets and to extract the five balls with the five winning numbers: it was a gambling that the Church tolerated until 1780, when the Governor, with a special ban, forbade it and put an end to it, probably because of the frequent fights with which the game ended. The wide is the natural curvilinear continuation of Via di Grottapinta, which almost perfectly follows the internal curve of the cavea of the Theatre of Pompey, and is presented with the unique shape of a small triangle, At the base of which is located the facade of the Convento dei Teatini, on which stands the majestic dome of S.Andrea della Valle. The other two sides consist of small buildings that guard three Madonnelle: the first is located at the corner with Via di Grottapinta and is the so-called Madonna del Buon Consiglio, while the other two are guarded by the building located on the right side of the wide, almost at the corner of Via dei Chiavari: the first is a fresco of “Maria Assunta” of the eighteenth century while the second is a fresco of the nineteenth century depicting the Virgin Mary with her head bowed, absorbed in prayer, wearing a red dress and a white veil on her head crowned.