- 3 Bathrooms
- 2 Rooms
- 200 m2
- Year Built: 1600
HISTORICAL CENTER – Close to Piazza Sant’Eustachio and Largo di Torre Argentina, inside the historic Palazzo Sinibaldi, we offer for sale the NUDA PROPERTY’ (usufructuary age 58 years) of a large apartment of 200 square meters with a beautiful terrace level.
The property, which develops on the third floor, enjoys great brightness and an exclusive view: from the windows it overlooks the Church of Santa Maria in Monterone, the Dome of Sant’ Andrea della Valle and the characteristic Capitoline roofs.
The property of absolute charm, is equipped with elevator and concierge service, and consists of: double living room with fireplace and majestic loft, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms with ensuite bathroom and additional service. Complete the property beautiful terrace level of 10 sq m which contributes to undoubtedly enrich the value and prestige of the house.
The open angular position and the numerous windows with suggestive views create an excellent brightness and absolute quiet and privacy. The bare ownership of this elegant apartment is a sure investment in one of the most beautiful areas of the historic center of Rome.
The request price is € 1,050,000.00 – Real estate consultant: Isabella Cupioli RIF14BH23 Tel. 0696006341
Piazza di S.Eustachio takes its name from the church that stands here, even if in ancient times it was called “piazza della Schola”, in reference to the nearby palazzo della Sapienza. The origins of the church are linked to a Christian legend according to which this rises on the house of the centurion Placido, who, in going hunting in the mountains of Mentorella above Tivoli, came across a deer that among the ramose horns carried the face of the Redeemer. Shaken by the miracle, Placidus converted and, baptized, took the name of Eustace. A few years later, under the reign of Hadrian, guilty of being a Christian and not honoring the Gods, he was exposed to lions with his wife and children, but the animals, miraculously, did not dare touch them, on the contrary, they bowed their heads and walked away. Then the emperor had Eustace and his family locked up in a bronze bull. On his house, transformed into a place of worship, the church of S.Eustachio was later built; it was rebuilt by Celestine III in about 1195, a period which also dates the Romanesque bell tower, one of the few survivals of the medieval church.