Elegant and new three-bedroom apartment of 120 sqm located on the third floor in the beautiful heart of "Tridente", the neighbourhood that branches off in three of the most beautiful streets of Rome from Piazza del Popolo, which is only a few minutes away as well as Piazza di Spagna.
This fully renovated apartment has a living room with kitchenette, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The two main bedrooms overlook Via della Vite.
Entering the house you will find the living room with kitchenette, which is furnished with a sofa and a table (extandable) with four chairs (two additional folding chairs are stored in the storage).The kitchenette is equipped with refrigerator, oven, stove, dishwasher, cutlery and crockery for six.
The sleeping area is located to the left of the living room, and has a comfortable and large hallway, furnished with an armchair and small tables and there is also a very handy utility room where the washing machine is placed.Two of the bedrooms are both furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), bedside tables and a wardrobe, and thy also feature a TV corner.The bedroom located to the right of the hallway has an en suite bathroom with bathtub.
To the right of the living room there is another hallway: on your left there is a small bathroom that only features basin and toilet and on the right of the hallway you will find the second bathroom with shower.
The third room, which is located at the end of this hallway, can be used either as a bedroom or small living room and is furnished with a double sofa bed (160cm x 190cm), a wardrobe and a TV corner. The room has internal dark curtains to block the sunlight from filtering through from the hallway, should one use this room as a bedroom.
The house, which is very bright and quiet, is equipped with an air conditioning system.
Parking:The apartment is located in a pedestrian area: cars and motorcycles are not allowed in the area of the "Trident" (Via del Corso, Via del Babuino and Via Ripetta, which start from Piazza del Popolo).Either way, in the vicinity of the apartment you can park for free in the presence of white stripes, or against payment in case of blue strips only when the ZTL (limited area to traffic) timetable permits the entrance to the area of the municipality of Rome, from 18:00 to 23:00 from Monday to Friday, 06:30 to 14:00 on Saturdays and Sundays all day unless changes for extraordinary reasons have been applied.
Public transport:Metro A : stop 'Spagna', at 400 m (5-minute walk)Vatican: via metro A from Spagna (20 minutes)Termini station: via metro A from Spagna (16 minutes)Piazza del Popolo - 1 km (12-minute walk)Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna) - 400 m (5-minute walk)
AreaVia della Vite is definitely one of the most ancient streets of Rome and goes back to the year 1593. In the 17th century it began its development with the construction of a building by the Venetian family of Ottoboni, with the event to the papacy of Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni, who took the name of Pope Alexander VIII. A daughter of Antonio Ottoboni, Duke of Fiano, married Pier Gregorio Boncompagni Ottoboni who assumed the name and title of duke; and building passed to Boncompagni, and they fully restored in 1731. Via della Vite is located in the heart of the "Trident" area, neighbourhood that is named after a hand weapon consisting of a spear with three prongs because of its shape like a trident branches off in three ways: Via di Ripetta, Via Babuino and Via del Corso.Great personalities like poets Keats and Shelley, Johann Wolfgang Goethe and Federico Fellini lived in this neighbourhood.Lovers of shopping will not be dissatisfied, as all the big luxury brands are found in these streets.
Places to visit in the neighbourhood:- The Spanish Steps, the setting offered by the ocher-colored buildings, the Bernini fountain and the staircase on which stands the church Trinita dei Monti help to create an 18th-century atmosphere- Sciarra Gallery, located in the courtyard of the palace, which links via Minghetti to Piazza dell'Oratorio- French Academy - Villa Medici, which dates back to the mid-16th century; the project was created by the architect Giovanni Lippi- Fountain of the Four Rivers- Goethe House, where from 1786 to 1788 the German poet Johann Wolfgang Goethe lived- Keats-Shelley House- Via Margutta, the famous art street in the capital at the foot of the Pincio- Fontana del Babuino- Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina
Some of the most beautiful squares of Rome are within walking distance of Via della Vite: Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Venezia, Piazza di Pietra, Piazza Navona, and much more.You can not miss Via Veneto, home to the 'Dolce Vita' in the 60s: here you can spend a pleasant evening in one of the many sophisticated restaurants of the area.