- 3 Rooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 237 m2
- Year Built: 1900
- Condominium fees: €100
HISTORICAL CENTER – In the immediate vicinity of the Opera House of Rome, in a prestigious building with elevator, we offer for sale an apartment of 237 square meters with balcony.
Composed of: double entrance, triple living room, kitchen, three bedrooms-double, possibility fourth bedroom, walk-in closet, four bathrooms, comfortable mezzanines storage room and balcony.
It is an exclusive property with great charm with a beautiful view of the Opera House. The property is ready to live, recently restored with fine finishes. It is a functional house, characterized by large spaces with high ceilings up to 4.5 meters and good brightness. The property includes a balcony with double access from the house.
The request price is € 1,350,000.00- Real Estate Consultant: Daniele Battisti RIF74BH22 Tel. 0696006341
A Macerata entrepreneur, Domenico Costanzi, musicophile, who lived in a beautiful building in Via Urbana, had the dream of creating a theater in an area he owned at Villa Strozzi, which extended along the current Via del Viminale. It seemed like a crazy undertaking, because Costanzi could only rely on its own strength and a small amount of municipal help. In addition, the area, at that time, was quite isolated and far from the center. But the hotelier, against everything and everyone, presented in 1887 a project by the Milanese engineer Sfrondini that was successful. The project of the theater concerned a compact block bordering also with a new road close to the hotel Quirinale in via Nazionale (to which it was connected by an underground passage) and the entrance, with the porch for the carriages, was to open on this new road, while the hall and the stage were located, respectively, towards Via Firenze and Via Torino. All around there was a double order of galleries, with entrances, foyers and services. The horseshoe-shaped auditorium had three tiers of boxes dominated by an amphitheatre and a gallery. It covered a large dome made of iron like the boxes. The velarium was painted by Annibale Brugnoli. Construction of the theatre lasted from mid-1878 to early 1880.