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1,937.50 sq ft(180 sq m)
Asking price €1,850,000(£1,631,863)

Via VittoriaRome, Lazio


    Key features

    • Penthouse with elegant finishes
    • Adjacent to Via del Corso
    • Small historic building
    • Lovely terrace
    • Bright living room

    Located in the well-known area adjacent to Via del Corso, this delightful apartment is distributed on the last two floors of a small historic building without elevator.

    About this property

    • The apartment has large windows and patio doors and enjoys open views that add light to the rooms.

      The interiors, enhanced by warm, wide-plank hardwood floors, offer an original layout, without sacrificing comfort and liveability.

      On the lower floor, the reception area starts with a welcoming living room, then, through a large sliding door, a bedroom that would easily lend itself to being used as an additional living room or a dining room. On the same level, there is a comfortable kitchen and a large bathroom with bathtub.

      The upper floor, reachable via an elegant wrought iron and wood staircase, is currently entirely devoted to the sleeping area, which consists of two bedrooms. The largest bedroom is set up as a suite consisting of a comfortable sleeping area, served by a second bathroom with shower, and a lovely living area leading to the terrace.

    Local information

    • In the historic centre of Rome, a short distance from Via del Corso

    Additional information

    • "Campo Marzio" is a rione of Rome in Municipio I, named after the Latin for "Field of Mars", dedicated, in ancient Rome, to the god of war because, during the Republican Age, only military activities and sports were practised there. During the Imperial Age, several public buildings appeared: stadiums for athletic games, gymnasiums, theatres, a naumachia (naval stadium), temples and shrines, dedicated not only to Mars, but also to other gods. By the end of the 1st century, the Rione was already completely urbanised. The area was the location of several Roman monuments, that still exist, at least in part. Over the Middle Ages, Campo Marzio fell into oblivion: the villas were abandoned, while the public buildings turned to ruins. Only in the 17th-18th centuries did the local population begin to grow again and Campo Marzio turned into an upmarket district. Today the district includes the most busy shopping streets, crowded by thousands of fashionable stores, bars, restaurants, night clubs. This has become the true spirit of the district. During the working hours, Campo Marzio can be busy, especially on Saturdays; but then, when the streets turn empty, or on Sundays, in the early hours of the day, the atmosphere becomes once again the original one.
    • Directions: Supermarket - 0,02 km Restaurant -0,05km Post office - 0,2 km Hotel - 0,1 km Bank - 0,1 km Drugstore - 0,2 km Train station - 1,7 km Subway - 0,1 km Bus stop - 0,2 km