Picture No. 05
570.49 sq ft(53 sq m)
Asking price €370,000(£326,373)

Via di Villa BelardiGarbatella, Rome, Italy, 00154

    Key features

    • New building
    • Large windows
    • Open space solution
    • Habitable terrace
    • Air conditioning
    • Parking spaces
    • Fitness area

    This charming and bright apartment is located on the fourth floor of a beautiful new building, strategically located in the geometry of the Garbatella district.

    About this property

    • Entering the apartment you are welcomed to a well-designed space, characterized by large windows that illuminate the interiors and lead almost seamlessly to the habitable terrace. A small hallway separates the reception area from the bathroom, which is well proportioned and equipped with a large rectangular shower.

      The current floor plan is very functional and versatile and allows you to choose between an open-space solution and a more traditional one with a well sized bedroom separated from the living area.

      The apartment has elements of domotics, electric shutters and air conditioning system and also enjoys the possibility of purchasing parking spaces or garages within the building and using the exclusive services of the building, including photovoltaic system, fitness area and a large panoramic terrace with breathtaking views over the city and its unforgettable sunsets.

    Local information

    • Built in the communal spirit, Garbatella is made out of small, numbered, low-rise buildings, that surround even smaller communal gardens. The architectural features of the district give a distinct feeling of a village trapped within the city.

    Additional information

    • The area was a development plan for working class families in the 1920's copying the British ‘Garden City' by Ebenezer Howard, a utopian ideal where residents live in harmony with nature. The architectural style is a mix of Baroque-like ‘Barochetto' with naturalistic botanical and animal motifs along with Medieval and Renaissance flourishes. It has been left to quietly age, the rain creating a romantic Titian-like rust on the facades. Small detached apartment blocks huddle around inner common courtyards with green cultivable spaces. The plan also included Via delle Sette Chiese, an ancient trail for pilgrims to the seven major basilicas in Rome.
    • Directions: Supermarket - 0,08 km Hotel - 0,05 km Restaurant - 0,1 km Bus stop - 0,09 km Subway - 1,2 km Train station - 1,4 km Theatre - 0,06 km University - 0,13 km Cinema - 1,4 km