Villa Aurora

Via San Giuseppe Da Copertino, Rome, Italy
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Surrounded by magnificent land, rich in trees and lush vegetation, this charming property is a private paradise, away from the city bustle while being just minutes from the centre of Rome.


At the gates of Rome, a few meters from Via Cassia.

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Further Information

There is a majestic quadruple living room, 2 reception dining rooms, 2 studies, 5 bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, four elegant bathrooms, kitchen, hallways and various service rooms as well as a small complete and self-sufficient apartment. From the ground floor, an internal staircase leads to the basement, consisting of a large storage room, several cellar and service rooms. The villa also has 2 large shaded porches facing the beautiful swimming pool, a romantic gazebo to enjoy moments of genuine relaxation and technical facilities to support the outdoor space.

The large secondary building, separated from the main house by a large square, consists of a small dwelling of the keeper and a building of about 900 sqm. originally destined as stables.

In the portion of land adjacent to the lawn surrounding the swimming pool, there is a lovely three-story building, divided into 9 small apartments (already registered with the land registry office), ideal for touristic use.

The property is completed by 2 silos currently used as storage units, another small building for agricultural use, 2 roofed areas, 2 double garages, a hangar and a helicopter landing pad.

It should also be noted that the large dimensions and the favourable arrangement of the buildings allow a possible subdivision of the land in two large separate lots.

Area Guide

"Giustiniana" is a district in the northern rural area surrounding Rome. It is a highly residential quarter and remains a quiet and green zone in the heart of the Vejo Park. It is an important archaeological area on Via Cassia, from where it is easy to reach the ring road, and it is very well joined to the most prestigious neighbourhoods of the Metropolis thanks to Giustiniana Train Station, reached by the trains  from the centre of Rome (Trastevere and Saint Peter's Basilica). It's a very pleasant urban agglomeration with average three or four storey buildings and in close proximity to many international schools but it is not very extensive, even though it is constantly expanding, and, at least for the time, it seems to withstand the advance of scrapers in perpetual action.

Directions: Train station at 4,2 km Subway station at Bus stop at 1,6 km


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Contact Property Agent

Annabelle Dudley

Savills Residential International

33 Margaret Street




+44 (0) 20 7016 3740