This 19th century villa of about 380 square meters, surrounded by greenery, is located in the archaeological area of Caracalla thermal baths. The house, spread over one level, features a main entrance characterized by an ancient Spanish door. The entrance has a marble floor with large inserts and polychrome slabs, which represent the wind rose. The living area features two large living rooms and a dining room, separated by a bright patio decorated with 15th century fresco and a large pink marble tub. The living area floors are entirely covered in oak planks parquet (Versailles design) with yellow and red marble inserts. On the walls there are boiserie, a large French bookcase in oak, custom cabinets decorated with papier peint, mirrors and tapestries, and a beautiful 17th century French fireplace in yellow marble from Siena. The dining room features also an old sandstone fireplace from France. The large kitchen-island features custom-made furniture, made of wood, ceramic, brass and copper, a large copper-clad wooden hood, two antique wrought iron chandeliers and a large patio. The floor features an antique hexagonal wax-treated terracotta. The kitchen has a secondary entrance and a maid room with bathroom. The sleeping area features a TV room with a wood bookcase, a large corridor with built-in wardrobes that leads to three bedrooms and three bathrooms. A master bedroom with en suite bathroom and study complete the sleeping area. The well-tended garden of about 2100 square meters with lawn, is full of tall trees including Mediterranean pines, gincko biloba, cedars of Lebanon, fruit trees, olive trees, palm trees, arborescent cycas, a citrus grove, a rock garden, shrubs of precious essences, hedges in laurel and holm-oak along the entire perimeter. The villa is equipped with an alarm system, complete with control units and telephone connection, an audio-video multimedia system with dolby surround, an audio diffusion system in the garden, and a satellite antenna.