In the heart of Renaissance Rome in a seventeenth-century palace between Piazza Navona and the Vatican, in a pedestrian island, there is a beautiful property consisting of an apartment of 400 square meters on two levels, with two external courtyards of 40 square meters. It has a prestigious main entrance, a sixteenth-century portal by the Renaissance architect Sangallo.
After an extraordinary architectural restoration of the halls and original foundations of the Palace, the apartment has been redesigned according to the most contemporary design criteria, creating a modern, high-tech, bright and elegant environment in every detail.
It has an independent main entrance on a quiet pedestrian street, and a separate service entrance.
The residence consists of: the hall, parlor 2 bedrooms, dressing room, 2 bathrooms, inner garden – on the ground floor;
Dining room, kitchen, study, relax area, bathroom, service rooms, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms – on the first floor.