The house is located in a historic building, built in the seventeenth century by Pope Sixtus V, born Felice Peretti di Montalto, as exclusive residence for his family.
The noble floor was reserved for him, built according to his own specifications, and is in fact enriched with the beautiful wooden ceilings completely hand painted by artists of the period. A beautiful balcony, which is accessed from one of the rooms and, like most of the house, overlooks right on Via del Governo Vecchio, provides a unique overview of one of the most typical streets of the historic center of Rome.
The apartment on the first floor conveniently served by a lift is spread over 150 sqm. and has been completely renovated; equipped with every comfort, but with an emphasis on respect for its historic features, so having kept all the charm of the old and while providing comfort for a unique holiday.
The furniture is sober and elegant, being able to combine nicely with antique furniture and modern amenities in a very soft atmosphere. The house is equipped with indipendent heating, air conditioning, wi-fi, 42 'TV.
It 'consists of a large and bright living room, three bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other two with two single beds, two comfortable bathrooms equipped with large shower and a kitchen fully equipped.
The whole house is equipped with bed linen, bathroom and kitchen.
The beauty of the interior and the whole building is added to the location.
At only few meters you will be in one of the most beautiful squares in Rome, Piazza Navona, but not far, you can also enjoy the beauty of so many other historic sites as the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, St. Peter's Square. In practice, only by a pleasant walk, you can reach the most famous sites of historical and cultural interest that only Rome can boast with its more than 2000 years of history.
If you want to immerse yourself in the heart of the city and enjoy its history, the beauty, traditions and all its fantastic shades, Exclusive is your choice.
Many will say that he visited Rome, the Eternal City; few will be able to tell that he had slept in the dwelling of a Pope.