Savills | VIa Lungotevere Flaminio, Rome, Flaminio, 00196 | Properties for sale
1,291.67 sq ft(120 sq m)
Guide price €1,200,000(514,696 BHD)

VIa Lungotevere FlaminioRome, Flaminio, 00196


    Key features

    • One bedroom
    • Penthouse
    • Terrace
    • Air Conditioning
    • Common Garden

    The property is located on the top floor of a period building, in the exclusive and refined setting of Villa Riccio. The area is an extraordinary example of 1920s architecture.

    About this property

    • The area is an extraordinary example of 1920s architecture located between Lungotevere Flaminio and Viale del Vignola, characterised by small-medium sized houses, which has been converted into a private oasis surrounded by greenery, as a result of the intuition and foresight of a group of enlightened designers.

      The apartment is the result of a renovation project that has skilfully redesigned the spaces, with a wise use of materials and architectural solutions artfully designed to make every area of the house harmonious and usable. The rooms, with their captivating contemporary lines, feature parquet flooring and large windows that flood the spaces with light.
      When you enter the apartment, you find yourself in a large open-space where architectural elements seamlessly mark the different functional areas: a practical entrance, a living room that is set around the beautiful fireplace, a dining area overlooking the terrace and a splendid open kitchen with island and shelves in fine marble.
      The bedroom is spacious, with a perfect layout and has an en-suite bathroom with an elegant central shower in smoked crystal. Thanks to the large windows, the outdoor spaces appear as a perfect continuation of the interiors, with a large terrace overlooking the tree-lined area and an additional terrace with characteristic antique majolica flooring, designed for a whirlpool bath. The property is completed by a designer bathroom that serves the living area and a large wooden built-in wardrobe that hides a closet and a practical laundry room.

    Local information

    • One of Romes four outlying and massive neghbourhoods. In antiquity, the area was known for the famous battle of the Milvain Bridges.
    • North's contemporary reputation as cultural center can be seen in recent and award-winning architectural projects such as Zaha Hadid's MAXXI museum, Renzo Pianos Auditorium and Powell-Williams bridge Ponte della Musica. The area is further noted by the Olympic Stadium complex.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Supermarket: 0.4 km, Hotel: 0.1 km, Restaurant: 0.05 km, Bus stop: 0.1 km, Train station: 1.0 km, Parking: 0.15 km, Theatre: 0.5 km, Park: 0.4 km