- 2 Rooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 124 m2
- Year Built: 1900
- Condominium fees: €150
MONTI – Near Piazza Madonna ai Monti and more precisely in Via del Boschetto, inside a building of the ‘700 with a few units, we offer in exclusive bright penthouse of great charm with a terrace overlooking the rooftops of the district. It is a property in which each space is expertly exploited with elements that characterize it as the fireplaces on both the first and second level, the structure of the exposed wooden beams and the skylight that illuminates the living area.
The property is on two levels and consists of: entrance hall, living room with fireplace, kitchen with balcony, two bedrooms-double, one with en-suite bathroom and bathroom with bathtub. Through a wooden staircase we access the second level where we find a charming environment with fireplace, relaxation room with large screen from which you access the bright terrace.
The property is in excellent condition thanks to the careful renovation of all the rooms; we find parquet flooring, PVC/ double glazing and air conditioning. Equipped with all the living comforts that start from the internal state to the size of the spaces, connected to each other in a harmonious way, the property in question enjoys an extreme privacy given by the place where it is located and a quiet view. Choosing to buy this property could represent a project of life in the name of culture and prestige, we are in fact of an extremely residential, a few steps from every point of historical and cultural interest that the capital offers us.
The asking price is € 960.000,00 – Real estate consultant: Daniele Battisti RIF51BH22 Tel 06.96006341
Rione Monti is the first of the twenty-two Rioni of Rome. The old name of the district was Montium er Biberatrice, from the name of an ancient street that ran inside the remains of the Markets of Trajan. Monti is an eclectic neighborhood in the city center, with bohemian and classic elements. In the south west there are archaeological sites such as the Markets of Trajan and the palace of the Domus Aurea of Nero. A few steps from the district there are the magnificent basilicas of Santa Maria Maggiore and the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli that houses the famous Moses by Michelangelo. Between two major roads, Via Cavour and Via Nazionale, contains the Suburra, the ancient district “Sub Urbe” (under the city), whose basements emerge at the Colosseum. Its streets are made of stones and its alleys at night are a beauty to take your breath away. The district revolves around the Piazzetta di Madonna dei Monti, with the characteristic Fountain of the Catechumens designed by the architect Giacomo della Porta which is the main meeting place for both locals and tourists. Gourmet shops and slow food restaurants line the streets. In Monti there is still a network of small traders and artisans who give the impression that time has stopped: they are gilders, carpenters, blacksmiths, antiquarians; and then there are them: painters and art galleries; small but precious. There is also one of the most famous vintage markets in Rome.