This 65sqm apartment is located on the 1st floor and comes with a large balcony; it is composed of a living room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen.Upon entering, there is a small entrance with a large closet on the left and a second smaller one on the right. To the right you will find the kitchen, small but functional, equipped with oven, stove, refrigerator, cutlery and crockery for six people.The living room is furnished with a sofa bed, a comfortable dining table with 6 chairs, a single sofa bed and a TV corner.The sleeping area consists of a bedroom furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), two bedside tables, a chest of drawers and a wardrobe. From the bedroom you have access to the balcony, which has a small table and two chairs.The bathroom has a bathtub with a hand shower, and comes with washing machine.
Parking In the neighbouring streets you find both paid (within blue lines) and free parking spaces (within white lines).
Public transport- Metro line A, Cipro 1,6 km (reachable by bus 913)- Bus line 913 (Mon-Sun, runs every 8 minutes); Bus line 985 (Aurelia / Eugenio Frate Station)- Balduina train station (line FL3) - 600 m, 7-minute walk- Vatican City - 3.8 km- Piazza del Popolo - 4.2km
AreaLocated on the southern slopes of Monte Mario, the Balduina (139 mt) is the highest point of Rome. It is an elegant residential district, outside the city center but with a great deal of charm: here you find many shops, supermarkets, bars and restaurants, banks and pharmacies, but also large public spaces and parks.
In Balduina, several streets are dedicated to those who were killed during the war and thus awarded gold medals of military valour (‘medaglie d’oro’), as Via and Piazza delle Medaglie d’Oro. For example, Romeo Rodriguez Pereira was an Italian military, martyr of the Fosse Ardeatine and Gold medal for military valor.
Main sights in the area:- Villa Mellini, home since 1935 to the Astronomical Observatory and the Copernican Museum; the first meridian tower in Italy was built here in 1866-1869- Casale Ciocci, in via Domitia Lucilla, a beautiful villa with precious frescoes of the 16th century; the 17th-century Villa Stuart, in via Trionfale, now converted into a private clinic; Villa Monte Mario; Villa Miani, located in the ancient via Francigena; the splendid Villa Madama, one of the most beautiful villas of the Renaissance famous for the ‘Loggia of Raphael’, which is now used by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;- the Church of Santa Paola Romana (Via Duccio Galimberti), the Church of Santa Maria Stella Matutina (via Lucilio), the Church of San Pio X (via Attilio Friggeri) and the Church of San Fulgenzio (Via della Balduina);- Monte Mario park, a green area of about 120 thousand square meters;- the Dominican monastery of Nostra Signora del Rosario, once the refreshment point for the pilgrims on their journey along the Via Francigena.