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1,657.64 sq ft(154 sq m)
Asking price €850,000(356,785 BHD)

Via Federico CesiPrati, Rome, Italy

    Key features

    • Prestigious part of the Prati district
    • Period building
    • Spacious master bedroom
    • Large living area
    • Particularly quiet
    • Parquet floors
    • Built-in wardrobe
    • Storage room

    The apartment is located on the fourth floor of a stately building in the most prestigious and sought after part of the Prati district.

    About this property

    • Upon entering the apartment you are welcomed into the large living area. Here, a spacious entrance opens seamlessly onto the large double living room, which is particularly quiet. The sleeping area is composed of three bedrooms, a very bright and spacious master bedroom, a second bedroom, a large built-in wardrobe, and a third smaller and cosy bedroom, all served by two bathrooms with showers.

      The property is completed by a beautiful kitchen, a practical storage room, corridor and hallway.

    Local information

    • Known for its wide, sweeping avenues, elegant buildings, and modern European charm, Prati has a distinct personality and a style reminiscent more of quartier in Paris than a former marshland in Rome. Its convenient location (above the Vatican and across the Tiber), high-end shopping street and cool restaurants make it the Roman's best-kept secret.

    Additional information

    • Often referred to as the “white-collar” neighbourhood, Prati also doubles as a residential zone for upper class Romans. Its organised grid layout and elegant “Art Nouveau” and “Umbertino” style give it a unique personality. During the weekday, Prati serves as Rome's corporate hub, the fast-paced stomping ground of professionals. In addition to the enormous Palazzo di Giustizia in Piazza Cavour that houses the Supreme Court, Prati's two tribunal courts make it the hot spot for lawyers. When the sun goes down and the workweek comes to a close, businesses pump the breaks and the social scene comes alive. Wine bars, live music venues and international and classic Roman restaurants are spread throughout the neighbourhood and are mostly frequented by local Italians.