This charming property is located in a residential and private oasis in the Appio Latino area, a neighborhood conveniently connected to the rest of the city and efficiently served from a commercial point of view.
The house retains the typical Italian charm of the early 20th century. The rooms have original but high-quality finishes, such as the precious marble and the warm herringbone hardwood floor. The sober elegance and the wise distribution of the interior spaces make the property a small gem waiting for a touch of restyling to recover all its charm.
The enchanting garden leads directly into the reception area, located on the mezzanine floor, consisting of a triple living room with a marble and travertine fireplace and a bright dining room. On the same level is a modern, custom-made eat-in kitchen covered with precious marble, a guest room and a bathroom.
On the upper level, reachable by a suggestive retro-look internal staircase, the sleeping area is divided into three spacious and airy bedrooms and two additional bathrooms.
The attic above has a unique personality with exposed ceiling beams and the picturesque visual illusion of the windows. This space is occupied by a lovely bohemian-looking study corner and it leads to the roof terrace, where privacy and enchanting panoramic views promise hours of unexpected relaxation in the midst of the urban hustle and bustle.
The property is completed by a garage where three large cars can be comfortably parked.
Location and nearby objects
The area, one considered outside of the city for its location outside of the ancient Aurelian walls in the southeast section of Rome, is now an instruct part of Rome itself. Developed and incorporated into the city proper in the 20th century, Appia Nuova can be considered a very Rome neighborhood, as the residential area is not touched by tourism.
Appia Nuova is a busy neighborhood, choc-a-bloc with stores, markets, cafés, offices and local businesses.
Located at the south-eastern end of Rome, Appia Nuova is easily connected to the centre and has links to outlying areas via metro and bus. The red line metro is a direct conduit to Terminin, Romes historic centre and Vatican.