- Condition: Completely restored/Habitable
- Habitable surface: 140 m²
- Energy efficiency class: NA
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 3
- Roma CIA: 14 Km
- Roma FCO: 21 Km
- Perugia PEG: 133 Km
- Pescara PSR: 153 Km
Piazza Argentina - Located in the most prestigious historical and architectural of the capital, the property is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful houses for sale in the area with greater concentration of the ancient monuments of the city, not only for the merit of being located on a high floor and elegant building with lift, or for the quality of the interiors, so expertly divided into a triple representation with dining room, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 services and a laundry with a third service, but primarily for the uniqueness that give the many windows/stained glass exclusively overlooking the stunning view of the city.
We are in the center of Rome, a few steps away is the renowned Teatro Argentina, the Feltrinelli Library, the Ghetto with its fabulous buildings and streets and Campo de ' Fiori.
There, in Largo Argentina, we meet this little pedestrian flap, sheltered by the noises of everyday life, which runs through the perimeter of the sacred area And that opens under the windows of the apartment.
A hole emerged during the excavations made of the twenties, when it took away the construction of the Argentine forum where four temples surfaced.
The first temple, dedicated to an italic deity, the Feronia, dating back to the Imperial Age, is the guide to visitors and leads them to the temple of Giuturna Cartagines, on which in the Middle Ages the church of San Nicola dei Cesarini was built, or towards the state Aquarum, strongly wanted by Settimio Severo, and above all westward, where one can see a large plinth of tuff, certainly the basis of the Curia of Pompey, where the Roman senators met, famous for the murder of Julius Caesar.
But not only tragic events occurred in the forum. It was during the first excavations that a Greek female statue of colossal proportions was found, now conserved in the Capitoline museums, and it is also said that the evocative Papito tower, with the annexed neo-medieval building, takes the term "Papito" by virtue of a well-known Antipope who owned it around 1130 and that because of its reduced stature, was called by all, "Papetto" or "Papito".
A splendid property, a cozy house with its large, dazzling light, parquet floors, air conditioning, a loft and large wardrobe cabinets and numerous wall cupboards.
A charming corner for young families or travelers in the world who love owning elegant and unique properties.