This wonderful 110sqms apartment is located in the Trieste neighbourhood, in a quiet and elegant street with a panoramic view of the beautiful park "Villa Ada".
This bright and spacious three-room apartment is located on the 5th floor (with elevator) in the residential area called "Trieste". This apartment has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and two balconies.The house is very well divided into sleeping and living area. Entering the house there is a living room and a corridor leading to the sleeping area and bathrooms. The living room has a marble oval table with 6 chairs. The kitchen is divided from the dining room by a tempered glass division. The kitchen is modern and has everything you need for a comfortable stay: refrigerator, dishwasher, oven, stove, microwave, coffee machine, cutlery and crockery for six people. The living room is furnished with a sofa (that can be used as an extra bed for one person), a TV corner and a bookshelf. The living room opens onto the balcony that overlooks Villa Ada.The corridor leads to the two bedrooms and bathrooms. All along the hallway there is a large wall closet. The first door on the left is a bathroom with a wonderful shower. Going on, you will find the first bedroom with two single beds and a bookshelf. This room has a door leading to a second balcony where you can find the washing machine. Down the corridor there is the second bedroom which has a double bed (160cm x 190cm), a chest of drawers and a wardrobe. Moreover, the master bedroom has an en suite with bath.
The house is equipped by an air-conditioning system.
Parking:Free parking: white stripesPayment parking: blue stripes.There is also a payment private parking space in the condominium (upon request).
Public transport:Metro B, Libia stop: 14 minutes walk (1.1 km)St. Peter's Square: 55 minutes by public transport (traffic permitting)Termini station: 23 minutes by public transport (traffic permitting)
Area:The Salario neighbourhood is a residential area which borders with the beautiful park of Villa Ada, a park which is very popular for joggers and is full of ponds and lakes. The villa, once the private residence of Vittorio Emanuele III, is now the headquarters of the Egyptian Embassy. In the summer, it hosts outdoor concerts that are part of the Festival "Rome meets the World".The neighbourhood borders with the Via Salaria, one of the consular roads built by the ancient Romans: going from Rome to Porto d'Ascoli on the Adriatic Sea. On the north-east of this the neighbourhood, on the corner of via Tagliamento and Via Dora, there is a singular arch linking two apartment buildings: crossing this arch you enter the Coppedè neighbourhood where you will find a mixture of 17 villas and 26 buildings with turrets Tuscan sculptures liberty, Moorish arches, gargoyles Gothic, painted façades and gardens with palm trees, all designed by the Florentine architect Gino Coppedè between 1913 and 1926. For the little ones there is Technotown located in the beautiful park of Villa Torlonia, in a restored medieval villa divided into seven rooms where young visitors can experience seven different experiences.Nearby there is also the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, MACRO.Just a few steps from Via Neroli, Gran Caffe Vescovio with its production of home-made pastries and ice cream represents the style and quality of this neighbourhood.