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USD 463,422

Piazza Di Santa Croce In Gerusalemme
Rome, Roma

Beds 2
Baths 1

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SANTA CROCE IN GERUSALEMME - PORT MAJOR - SAN GIOVANNI - In one of the most central and best served areas of Rome, we offer for sale a property with open views on the majestic Basilica of Santa Croce in Jerusalem. The property of about 90 square meters is currently distributed in the following way: a large lounge, living kitchen, one bathroom, two bedrooms of which a very large one, with the possibility of making a bathroom en suite. The surfaces of the apartment are covered with original flooring of the time, such as the marble grit, typical of the 1930s. The property is located on the second floor of a period building with absolute Roman charm and with the possibility of parking a rotating car in the condominium courtyard. There is an elevator. The centrality, the open view of the greenery, the Basilica of Santa Croce in Jerusalem and the square of the same name with absolute charm, a few steps from the Historic Center and the equally famous Basilica of St. John, make this property a great choice for a family that wants to live in the center. The property is also a great investment given the proximity to Universities and areas of shops, offices and government offices. The Basilica of Santa Croce in Jerusalem is one of the seven churches in Rome that are part of the traditional pilgrimage route made famous by St. Philip Neri. The basilica was built to preserve part of the Cross of Jesus Christ, along with other relics of the Passion which, according to tradition, St. Helena mother of Emperor Constantine had transported to Rome on his return from his trip to the Holy Land, in 325. It was therefore conceived from the beginning as a great reliquary. The basilica is called "in Jerusalem" for the presence of consecrated land of Mount Calvary that was placed at the base of the foundations, land transported on ships along with the same relics of the Cross. For this reason the church was called, since the Middle Ages, simply "Hierusalem", and visiting this basilica meant setting foot in the same holy city of Jerusalem.


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