This splendidly situated home is elegant and inviting. Stepping inside, you enter a hallway, which leads straight to the open-plan living area. This room is impressively decorated, with marble floors and wide windows.
It has a contemporary kitchen in one corner, opposite which you’ll spot a glass-topped dining table for eight. Then the sitting room has a white corner sofa and two matching armchairs, and opens onto a balcony through a column-flanked doorway. From there, a staircase runs up to the spectacular roof terrace, where a collection of sofas and tables face some of Rome’s finest sights.
Back in the entrance hall, the master bedroom (which has a double bed and an en-suite) is first along – pale-painted and pared-back, with a few well-chosen artworks. Then through the other two doors you’ll find the second and third bedrooms, both with double beds and en-suite bathrooms.
The master bedroom in this home is only accessible through its en-suite bathroom.
The wifi signal is weak on the roof terrace.
The communal hallway leading to the apartment's entrance is shared with a hotel.
This home does not accept babies, toddlers or children.
The homeowners' cleaner will visit every day, except for Sundays, at 10 am or 12 pm for about 2 hours.
Location and nearby infrastructure
Cobbled lanes connect Roman landmarks in this neighbourhood of vintage stores, bookshops and fashion boutiques. The old Jewish quarter is down by the banks of the Tiber, still the best place for fried artichokes and Roman Jewish cuisine.
Walk away from the river to discover the famous domed Pantheon – visit during a downpour and you’ll see a shaft of rain, illuminated by the light streaming through the oculus.