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LARGO ARGENTINA
Rome, Italy

Amenities

Doorman, Elevator, Garden, Library, Walk-In Closets.

Interior features

Balcony, Elevator, Study.

Rooms

Living Room, Storage Room, Study.

Exterior features

Balcony, Deck.

View

City View, Landscape, Open View, Panoramic, Scenic View, Street, View.

Description

Prestigious residence, between Piazza Venezia and Largo Argentina, built in 1588 on a project by the Architect Giacomo Della Porta. The very elegant apartment of 470 square meters spread over three levels and precisely: on the fourth floor of 277 square meters, with triple entrance, we find the representative area with two halls completely frescoed with original representations of the era, a large dining room with fireplace, study, kitchen and closet. Through a comfortable staircase leads to the fifth floor of 180 square meters, where we find the sleeping area with a master bedroom with large en suite bathroom, and further four bedrooms, one with a small balcony and two bathrooms; finally a storeroom and a laundry area of 14 sqm on the third floor. The property includes a studio apartment on the fifth floor of about 42 sqm with living room, kitchenette and bathroom, a cellar of 19 sqm in the basement and a garage on the ground floor of 26 sqm. Availability of one-bedroom apartment located on the fifth floor of about 42 sqm with living room, kitchenette and bathroom.The building, entirely covered with a brick curtain, it develops over four floors, two of which are mezzanines, while in the seventeenth century it had three floors with six windows per floor. The Palace sees on its right Piazza del Gesù, Piazza del Collegio Romano, Piazza di Pietra, Piazza Montecitorio and Piazza Colonna (home of Palazzo Chigi); on his left, sees the important archaeological area of Largo Argentina and, just beyond, Piazza Sant'Andrea della Valle and Corso Rinascimento (where Palazzo Madama is located and which leads to Piazza Navona. (Cod.8544)

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TFT Building Management SRL

TFT Building Management SRL
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