- 3 Rooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 155 m2
- Year Built: 1960
PICCOLOMINI / SAN DAMASO – More precisely in Via San Fabiano, in an elegant building with a lift, we offer for sale an exclusive apartment of 155 square meters in total overlooking the greenery.
Composed of: entrance, double living room, dining room, kitchen, three double bedrooms, two bathrooms and perimeter balcony. The property includes a cellar and a covered parking space which contribute to enriching the value and prestige of this house.
The property has splendid views of the greenery from the double living room, facing west, from which it is possible to access the long balcony. Inside we find the finishes dating back to the time of construction; The completely parquet flooring present in all environments is of particular importance, except for the services. Equipped with all the living comforts that start from the internal state to the dimension of very livable spaces, connected to each other in a harmonious way, the property in question enjoys extreme privacy given by the place where it is located and by a quiet and peaceful view. Reserved. The peculiarity of the property is in effect its strategic position, located in one of the most sought-after points for the choice of the main residence with the convenience of a cellar and parking space that make this solution a rare opportunity in the Roman real estate market. The property is sold leased with a contract expiring in 2023 with guaranteed rent.
The asking price is € 650,000.00 – Real estate consultant: Daniele Battisti RIF88BH21 Tel. 0696006341
Piccolomini is a street located near Villa Pamphili and takes its name from Count Piccolomini. This road runs parallel to the Via Aurelia Antica, one of the most famous consular roads and undoubtedly among the most suggestive; it is known mainly for two reasons, both connected to St. Peter’s Basilica, namely for its wonderful view of Michelangelo’s “dome”, an exceptional stage that makes this area one of the most sought after and exclusive in the capital, and then for the singular optical effect according to which, walking along the street away from the dome, this appears gradually larger in size. But there is a third factor that makes this street prestigious: its location; Via Piccolomini in fact runs along and partially delimits the vast estate of Renaissance origins that bears the name of Villa Piccolomini. Located exactly in front of the much more famous Villa Doria Pamphilj, Villa Piccolomini is a real jewel, nestled and well hidden in the greenery of the Janiculum.