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USD 827,570

Vicolo Scanderbeg
Rome, Roma

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Baths 2

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Trevi Fountain – Maronite Complex – A few steps from the most famous fountain in the world, muse for painters, directors, writers and a tourist destination every year, Coldwell Banker offers for sale a charming two-level apartment located within the historic and exclusive Maronite complex. Immersed in an elegant and very quiet context, the property consists on the first floor of a large living room, an independent kitchen and several comfortable storage spaces, one of which can be easily transformed into a bathroom. On the second floor, which is accessed through a comfortable and elegant staircase, we find a large bedroom and a beautiful double bathroom. It is possible given the size of the apartment, to create a second room. This house is the perfect solution for those who want to experience the historic center and the beauties that it grants every day. Being currently stacked A/10, i.e. office use (convertible to A/2, residential use), it can also be a beautiful solution for a fashion atelier or an artist's studio or architectural firm, with related tax breaks. Finally it can be a perfect investment for those who want to spend in Rome only part of the year and the rest use it at home holiday, given its indisputable beauty and centrality, with the comfort of the Metro Barberini and Spain stop a few steps away. Particularly appreciable is the silence and brightness, thanks to an oversized window almost three meters high from which a wonderful light enters at all hours of the day. The property is located in the Trevi District, which has played a central role in the political and city life of the capital. In the 1600s urbanization, the construction of roads, churches and fountains meant that the entire Trevi district was densely populated, and its appearance remained essentially unchanged until the end of the 19th century. The nearby Quirinal Hill, partially isolated from the densely populated part near the Tiber, tended to turn into a center of power housing numerous palaces representative of papal power. During the Napoleonic period, in 1811, it was decided that the Quirinal should become a real center of imperial power. This project was not realized due to the fall of Napoleon, however the idea remained and was partially revived in the planning of the urban planning of Rome capital after 1870. In fact, many ministries are still in the Trevi district. Symbol of the neighborhood and monument of world renown, symbol of beauty par excellence is the Trevi Fountain.


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