Spacious and welcoming one-bedroom apartment in the exclusive Flaminio neighbourhood, known in recent years as the new cultural centre of the city of Rome.
The apartment is located relatively close to the Auditorium Parco della Musica, the MAXXI and the 'Ponte della Musica'.
This 55 sqm apartment is located in a quiet street parallel to Lungotevere Flaminio. It consists of a living room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen, and is located on the 1st floor with an elevator.
Entering the house you will find a hallway with two built-in wardrobes, through which you access the living room which is to your left, while the bedroom is to your right.
The living room is furnished with a sofa bed (145cm x 190cm), a table with four chairs, a cabinet and a TV corner.
The kitchen is equipped with a comfortable counter with four stools, even though it is small it is equipped with everything you need: refrigerator, oven, stove, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, crockery and cutlery for six people.
The bedroom is furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), two bedside tables and a large wardrobe.
The bathroom features sanitary ware and a walk-in shower.
The whole apartment has an air conditioning system.
Flaminio is one of the 15 neighbourhoods born in Rome in 1911 and owes its name to the Via Flaminia, which crosses the entire area.
The neighbourhood rises on the left bank of the Tiber, expanding between Piazza del Popolo and Ponte Milvio.
With the International Exhibition of 1911 the area was recognized for its prevailing cultural character as well as for its sporting and leisure characteristics: in this area the Hippodrome of the Parioli, the National Stadium, the different venues of Valle Giulia, the National Gallery of Modern Art and the foreign pavilions are located.
With the assignment of the Olympic Games in Rome in 1960, the Olympic Village, the Sports Palace and the Flaminio Stadium were built.
More recently and absolute must is the Auditorium Parco della Musica, intended for performances and concerts, which can hold 3000 spectators. Designed by Renzo Piano, it is a multifunctional complex featuring 3 harmonic speakers that seem to fly over a sea of vegetation. There are also several spaces for commercial, recreational, study and exhibition activities.
Also worthy of note is the MAXXI, contemporary art gallery designed by Zaha Hadid, which houses permanent collections, exhibitions and spaces dedicated to the cafeteria and bookshop.
The neighborhood is full of places to visit, such as Villa Borghese with its many attractions inside, the Tempietto di Esculapio, the Casina delle Rose with the Casa del Cinema, the Bioparco or the Globe Theater.
Finally the future City of Sciences will be hosted in the former Guido Reni Military Barracks.