This cozy 1-bedroom apartment available to rent is located in the residential Monte Sacro district. The main room is furnished as a bedroom/living room that opens up onto a balcony. The room comes with a sofa bed, dining table, shelving, and several storage units. There is a compact kitchen, but it comes fully equipped and with plenty of cabinets. There is also a spacious bathroom where you can find a washing machine.
The apartment is surrounded by several residential buildings on the busy Via Conca d'Oro. Monte Sacro is a comfortable residential area providing a tranquil atmosphere with plenty of commercial streets and several parks. Right outside your door, you can find banks, grocery stores, and pharmacies.
Canceling your stay with Spotahome? Here’s what you need to know:
a) The good news: if you cancel your booking 61 days (or more) before your move-in date, we promise to refund 100% of your first payment.
b) If you cancel 31 to 60 days before your move-in date, we will refund 50% of your first payment. The other 50% will be given to the landlord.
c) If you cancel your stay within 30 days of your move-in date, 100% of your first payment will be given to the landlord.
d) The bad news: once your booking is accepted by the landlord, you cannot recover your one-time reservation fee at any point.
Your peaceful, residential home
Residential Rome – sometimes it's the best place to be.
Take Monte Sacro. It has both high-rise buildings and pretty little villas. A good mix.
It's also the perfect mix of busy and relaxing. With parks, shops, cafés, and restaurants, you have everything you need right here.
Need a quiet home in Rome? Try Monte Sacro.
What can I do here?
Take it easy.
Go for a wander.
Find bargains in the food markets. If they're popular with the locals, you know they're good.
There are lots of pretty parks. This is the perfect place to bring your children.
In Valle dell'Aniene you can find CSA La Torre. It's a social collective. They occupied a derelict building in 1994 to create a communal space.
Despite evictions, arson, and forced removal by riot police, the community endures. (Albeit in a different location.)
You can join community workshops; help out in an organic vegetable garden.
They organize regular events, from first aid courses to farmer's markets.
They have computer labs and anti-fascist historical research groups. There's also a cooperative restaurant which serves tasty meals straight from the garden.
You're probably asking the same question we are: what did the police find so threatening?
Monte Sacro means 'Sacred Mountain' in English. But how did this neighbourhood earn its holy, hilly name?
The answer lies in Ancient Rome. Augurs came here to study the flight path of birds. Haruspices worked here too. They performed divination by inspecting the entrails of sacrificed animals. Yuck.
Can I afford it? €€ (mid-range)
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