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Palace in the center of Rome. The pearl of late Renaissance in the heart of Rome.

50,000,000 €
  • Total area
    3,145 m²
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  • 2-floor building
  • 2 floor
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Garden
  • Car parks

A unique item — a part of one of the most beautiful palaces of late Renaissance period in Rome. The Palace was built in 1542 by a famous architect who was the author of the project of Farnese Palace and the assistant of Rafael for the construction of Saint Peter`s Cathedral.

The palace is one of rare examples of edifice that was built by an architect for himself and not for an order. The palace belonged to famous noble families until 2015.

he building needs a partial repair.

The palace suits for a private residence or a representative office.


The first floor of 2,015 m² with a terrace of 275 m² and 4 balconies, a garden of 700 m² with a pavilion and a fountain is for sale.

The floor consists of 12 halls with marble statues, decorated ceilings, stained-glass windows, and wall-painting in fresco. On this floor there is a not-decorated hall, service hall, kitchen and service rooms, (6 rooms).

In the second wing of the first floor there is a separate apartment which consists of 4 rooms, bathroom and kitchen.

A long wonderful corridor passes through the whole noble floor allowing to enter different rooms avoiding the main halls at the same moment. Folding doors lead from the corridor to the service rooms, wardrobe, studies, bathrooms, and to the chapel with wall-paintings in fresco.

In the same building on the ground floor there are the storerooms, and 3 parking places in the yard.


Adjacent buildings make the part of the palace:

  • Tree-floored building with an independent entrance which consists of 5 apartments and a mansard, 2 cellars and a garage (650 m²).
  • Apartment with the independent entrance adjacent to the first floor of the main building (130 m²).
  • Rooms on the semi-basement and the ground floor adjacent to the pavilion in the garden (240 m²) and used as the gym.
  • Tree-stored office with the entrance from the internal yard and the upper floor adjacent to the first floor of the main building. (100 m²).

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