- 2 Rooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 84 m2
- Year Built: 1900
- Condominium fees: €75
HISTORICAL CENTRE – Ad. Piazza di Ponte Sant’ Angelo and Piazza Pasquale Paoli, a stone’s throw from Castel Sant’Angelo and San Pietro, in a building without a lift, we offer for sale apartment of 84 square meters on the third floor.
Composed of: entrance, living room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, bathroom with tub and a small bathroom. The charming condominium terrace offers a unique view of the Church of the Florentines, San Pietro and the rooftops of Rome.
The apartment is to be restored and with a square and rooted; the future owner will in fact have the possibility to modify the distribution of the rooms to your liking as inside there are no structural constraints that limit the realization of these changes. Peculiarity of the property is in all respects its excellent and strategic location given the proximity to the Monumental Sites of major interest that the capital offers and the extreme proximity to the neighborhoods Prati and San Pietro. Buying this apartment could represent an excellent investment with a guaranteed income, thanks to the many requests for rent in the area by private and hotel-accommodation facilities.
The asking price is € 480.000,00 Real estate consultant: Isabella Cupioli – Daniele Battisti RIF30BH22 Tel 06.96006341
Rionte Ponte is the fifth district of Rome, located on a bend of the Tiber. The Rione Ponte takes its name from the pedestrian Ponte Sant’Angelo, flanked by statues and built by Hadrian in 134 A.D. to allow access to his own monumental tomb, which was under construction at the time. Over the centuries the mausoleum became Castel Sant’Angelo, which today rises just beyond the border rionale. The Rione Ponte is crossed by two Renaissance roads: Via Giulia and Via dei Coronari, thanks to which pilgrims could reach San Pietro. Over time it took its current name from the sellers of crowns (that is, rosaries) that were numerous along this road, which is now renowned for its exclusive antique dealers. The Rione was inhabited over the centuries by famous people such as Michelangelo, Raphael and many others; also its alleys with characteristic palaces, medieval arches, The winding passages bear witness to an era that no longer exists and constitute a memory not only architectural but above all historical, that history made of everyday life, tradition and folklore.