This bright penthouse is in an elegant building equipped with a lift and concierge service. Internally, the surface area is approximately 115 square meters, in addition to the terrace and two balconies, and is composed of an entrance hall, living room with fireplace and facing terrace, kitchen, two bedrooms, each with en suite bathroom and balcony. The house is embellished with wood panelling, built-in wardrobes, air conditioning, shutters and an armoured door.
The Parioli district is one of the best known in Rome, not surprisingly the second in the capital in terms of density and area. The neighbourhood, located in the northern part of Rome not far from the historical centre but close to the suburbs, is among the first neighbourhoods created in 1911. Its history officially began in 1921 and it took about 30 years to complete its physiognomy. It is a maze of streets and tree-lined avenues, stately palaces and parks with lush gardens, all of which make the area elegant and extremely well-kept. The urban structure of Parioli dates back to the 1950s with fine and elegant housing solutions that have been preserved over time. The district stretches along the banks of the Tiber river, a stone’s throw from the RAI headquarters and Villa Borghese. It is no coincidence that the district is inhabited by well-known faces from Italian television and cinema. The neighbourhood is also very well served by public transport: here is the Piazza Euclide station (which connects to the Metro Line A in just one stop) and numerous tram and bus stops both to get out of the city and to the city centre.