Stately one bedroom apartment of about 55 sq.mt, on the third floor (with elevator) of an elegant period building with typical balconies (‘a ringhiera’) in the quiet Salario district.
The apartment, elegantly and meticulously furnished, is located in Via Tirso, one of the many lovely streets of the Salario district, close to Rome city centre and well-served by public transports.
The property opens onto the living room, furnished with a sofa, a dining table for up to 4 people and a TV set. The eat-in kitchen is fully fitted with fridge, electric oven, microwave, washing machine, a table for 2 people and all the necessary tableware for 6 people.
The night area is composed of a bedroom with double bed (160cm x 190cm), 4-door closet, bookcase and writing desk, and a modern bathroom with shower stall.
All the windows back onto the rear of the building. The apartment comes complete with refined paintings and carpets.
Two extra single sofa beds are available; they can be used for short-term rentals.
The Trieste district is located north to Rome city centre, in a residential area offering all the most important services (within walking distance), such as supermarket (at 5 minutes, in Via Arno) and pharmacy. At 500 meters is the zoo, the exclusive park and the museum of Villa Borghese.
‘La Sapienza’ University, Luiss university and the Umberto I hospital are also in the vicinity.
Main points of interest in the area:
- the Coppedè district, a small area in Liberty-eclectic style centred on Piazza Buenos Aires, designed by the architect Gino Coppedè. The front gate in Piazza Mincio 2, dating back to 1926 and the last work of the architect, is also an original copy of the scenic design used in the film ‘Cabiria’ (1914)
- MACRO, Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome (seat of Via Nizza), home to important cultural events
- Santa Maria Addolorata Church in piazza Buenos Aires
- Sant'Agnese fuori le mura Basilica, in Via Nomentana
- Santa Maria Goretti Church, in Via di Santa Maria Goretti
- ‘Sedia del Diavolo’ (Devil’s chair) - funerary monument of the II century - in piazza Elio Callistio
- Villa Albani, the elegant palace built under cardinal Albani in the XVIII century, which comprised an Italian-syle garden, fountains and also a small temple
- Priscilla catacombs, in Via Salaria, and Sant'Agnese catacombs, in Via Nomentana
- Villa Leopardi, Neo-medieval building dating back to the end of the XVIII century, and Villa Paganini, opened to the public in 2004, which comprises a lovely garden with small island and lake
The closest subway stop is Policlinico (line B). The area is also well served by tramways 2, 3, 19, and bus lines 63, 83 and 92.