Properties for sale in Rome: 308
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Homes for sale in Rome
There is a high demand for property in Italy’s awe-inspiring capital city, and it’s easy to see why. As the seat of the Roman Empire and the Catholic Church, traces of its astonishing history can be found around every corner, alternating with the more contemporary side of Rome with modern boutiques, fashionable bars and high-end restaurants. A second property in Rome (Lazio) is the ideal base to explore icons such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and the Vatican City – or while away the hours in Villa Borghese gardens, perched on a hill overlooking Piazza del Popolo. Excellent transport links to the rest of Italy and abroad and the range of property types available add to the city’s appeal.
What are the best neighborhoods in Rome, Italy?
Located on the west bank of the river Tiber, this Medieval neighborhood with its maze of cobbled streets and bright buildings was once Rome’s best-kept secret but is now one of the most popular areas in town. It is a vibrant district where tourists and locals alike pass the time in the bars, restaurants and squares, the most prevalent of which is Piazza di Santa Maria with its impressive church.
Conveniently situated for access to the Colosseum and Piazza Venezia, Monti has a quieter feel than its neighboring districts but bags of personality. A chic mix of classic and modern, it is awash with vintage shops, artisan stalls, hipster bars and popular eateries. It also boasts striking historical sites such as two of the major basilicas, Medieval towers and the famous Trajan’s Market.
It’s no surprise that this elegant neighborhood is popular with the affluent and famous: grand villas and palaces overlook well-kept tree-lined avenues, creating a sophisticated vibe away from the tourist-heavy spots. Parioli is also sought-after for its beautiful parks at Villa Borghese and Villa Ada that offer a peaceful haven in the heart of Rome.
This seaside town is only a 30-minute journey from Rome city center, making it ideal for beach-loving property buyers that value proximity to the amenities and delights of the Eternal city. Formerly Rome’s harbor during the Roman Empire, Ostia boasts a rich history with a vast archaeological site, comparable to Pompeii, so history buffs will have plenty to explore. Another undoubtable draw is its 6-mile seafront with a range of facilities, beach clubs, bars and restaurants to cater for every need.
How much does a house in Rome cost?
Rome is a hot spot for property buyers thanks to its rich history, architecture, culture and modern amenities. Prices are naturally highest in the historic center, particularly around Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Navona and the Quirinale, where houses cost approximately €7,500 per square meter, while Trastevere and Monti are slightly cheaper at €6,000/m² and €5,500/m² respectively.
The further out of the city you look, the lower the prices. In the neighborhoods of Parioli and Flaminio, the average price for a residential property is €5,300 per square meter, dropping to €3,000 in Monte Sacro. For prices of around €1,500/m², look at Cesano and Corcolle/San Vittorino or pick up a coastal home in Ostia for around €2,300/m².