Attic of 340 square meters with 170 square meters of terrace overlooking the green, in one of the Aventine streets.
Via della Fonte di Fauno, in the most suggestive scenery of ancient Rome, near the temple of the god Mithras above the house of Aquila and Priscilla, where San Pietro lived between the Colosseum, the Fori Imperiali, the Circus Maximus and the Baths of Caracalla.
A unique attic set among eternal monuments in a verdant oasis, on the most famous hill in history: the Aventine.
Attic of 340 sqm. Very bright and very quiet with 170 square meters of terrace level, in an elegant building of the '70s surrounded by greenery and garden with tall trees, consisting of large entrance hall, two large reception rooms, finished in fine parquet and marble, surrounded by windows overlooking the greenery, a large study, guest bathroom, dining room, kitchen, bedroom with bathroom, two double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms.
Parking spaces inside the courtyard
State and finishes
The attic is finished with high quality materials, central heating, double glazing, air conditioning in all rooms, parquet and marble floors.
Given the location and high representation this property lends itself perfectly to be used as a main residence.