Picture No. 10
1,937.50 sq ft(180 sq m)
Asking price €2,000,000(839,494 BHD)

Via SistinaRome, Lazio, Italy


    Key features

    • Prestigious penthouse
    • Small terrace
    • Stunning view
    • Recently renovated
    • Dressing room
    • Cellar

    Located on the 5th floor of an historic townhouse with elevator, in an exclusive area of Rome's historic centre, is this charming apartment.

    About this property

    • The interiors, the result of a renovation project, feature remarkable upholstery and artfully designed lighting.
      Upon entering the apartment, you are welcomed with a large lounge providing spectacular views over the historic centre and a comfortable living room in shades of white that seamlessly links with the spectacular dining room.

      Both of the two elegant and cosy bedrooms feature a dressing room and a sophisticated en-suite bathroom. The master bathroom has access to a relaxing private hammam.
      The kitchen is a modern and fully equipped independent environment with breakfast nook with breath-taking view over the rooftops of Rome.

      Several balconies enjoy exclusive views over the city and a bathroom serving the living area complete the apartment.

    Local information

    • In the heart of the historic centre of Rome, within minutes from the Spanish Steps.

    Additional information

    • The Spanish Steps are one of Rome's most recognisable attractions and a popular gathering spot, but ware intended as a gateway to the church that rests atop the staircase.
    • The elegant staircase of 135 steps was inaugurated in the Jubilee Year of 1725 by Pope Benedict XIII, originally used to link the Bourbon Spanish Embassy to the Church of Trinità dei Monti. The name comes from the Spanish Embassy to the Vatican that has been located in the piazza since the 1600s.
    • The Piazza di Spagna has long been a meeting point and hang-out for foreign visitors and Romans. The steps are the perfect place to sit and watch the action in the piazza, rest and soak in the scene.
    • Down below in the piazza is the fanciful fountain called the Barcaccia, a whimsical lopsided boat created by Pietro Bernini, whose son Gian Lorenzo, became a sensationally successful sculptor and architect. The Spanish Steps along mark the beginning of the famous Via dei Condotti, also known as "designer row" where the most upmarket shops in Rome are located.
    • Directions: Subway station - 0,2 km Train station - 0,8 km Bus stop - 0,1 km Supermarket - 0,1km Bank - 0,1 km Pharmacy - 0,1 km