Welcoming and functional two-room apartment in the central Sallustiano neighbourhood, one of the most authentic areas of the capital and close to the Trevi neighbourhood. Termini station, Via Veneto, Piazza Barberini and the Rome Opera Theatre can be reached on foot in just 10 minutes. The Metro A, Repubblica and Termini station are 800 meters away.
This 45 sqm apartment is located on the 3rd floor (with two elevators) and consists of a living room with kitchenette, one bedroom, one bathrooms and a balcony. The building was built in 1949 and designed by the Architect Angelo di Castro and was totally renovated in late 2019. The architectural particularity and a careful choice of furniture highlights its brightness and modernism
Entering the house you are greeted by a living room with kitchenette.
The living room is furnished with a sofa bed (160 cm x 190 cm), a coffee table, and a wall-mounted television.
The kitchenette has a refridgerator, dishwasher, washing machine, induction hob, microwave, toaster, electric boiler, coffee machine (Nespresso), cutlery and crockery for six people. A table with 4 chairs completes the living area.
A small hallway to the left of the living room leads to the bedroom and the bathroom.
The bedroom is furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm, twin beds), two bedside tables, a wall-mounted television and a large wardrobe.
The bathroom has sanitary facilities and a walk-in shower.
Paintings and furnishings complete the apartment's interior design.
The heating and air conditioning system is centralized with ceiling fan coils with an individual room thermostat.
Via Flavia is located in the Sallustiano neighbourhood which is located in the northern part of the Quirinale hill, one of the seven hills on which Rome was founded. The neighbourhood has as its centre point in the the quiet Piazza Sallustio, the only real square in the where you can still see the remains of the Horti Sallustiani from which the neighborhood took its name.
This neighbourhood can be divided into two areas, one between via Piave and via Piemonte-via Salandra, with a moderate population density, and the remaining one up to via Bissolati, practically uninhabited and with a high concentration of offices and ministries. Close to Via Flavia there is the beautiful Piazza Fiume, where there are marvelous palaces of the past together with buildings of modern architecture. Near Piazza Fiume there is Porta Pia, a beautiful structure built by Michelangelo Buonarroti, which became famous in 1870, when there was the battle between the papal troops and the Italian troops, which marked the end of papal power and the return of Rome to the Italy. Via Flavia welcomes innovation combined with history. Full of different restaurants where you can taste the typical dishes of the capital. The area is connected by bus and metro, it is located a few meters from Villa Borghese, Via Veneto, Piazza della Repubblica and Via Nazionale.
The area is full of restaurants, bars, clubs and shops, in fact there is plenty of choice.
In the area there are several supermarkets; COOP in via Venti Settembre open until 20.30 and also PAM Local Supermarket always in Via Venti Settembre open until 22.00.
The closest Cinema is located in Corso d'Italia 107, Cinema Europa.
The Gellini Pharmacy is located in Corso d'Italia n. 100 and is open 24 hours a day.