Surrounded by a land, rich in trees and lush vegetation, this property represents a small private paradise, away from the city bustle while being just minutes from the center of Rome.
The villa also has two large shaded porches facing swimming pool, a gazebo to enjoy moments of 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 m² originally destined to stables.
In the portion of land adjacent to the lawn surrounding the swimming pool, there is a three-story building, divided into nine small apartments (already registered with the land registry office), ideal for touristic use.
Two silos currently used as storage units, another small building for agricultural use, two roofed areas, two double garages, a hangar and a helicopter-landing pad complete the property.
The estate develops over a 2-hectare area and consists of several buildings, the largest of which is the master villa, arranged over four levels for a total area of 1,000 m². The spaces, characterized by quality materials and refined decorations, are a quadruple living room, two reception dining rooms, two studies, five 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 estate, for its unique features and the presence of the annexes that are convertible into more receptive spaces, represents aт exceptional investment opportunity.
It should also be noted that the large dimensions and the favorable arrangement of the buildings allow a possible subdivision of the land in two large separate lots.
Location and nearby objects
At the gates of Rome, a few meters from Via Cassia.
”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 well joined to the most prestigious neighborhoods of the Metropolis thanks to Giustiniana Train Station, reached by the trains from the center of Rome (Trastevere and Saint Peter’s Basilica).
It’s 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.