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There are 5 bedrooms available in this spacious, renovated 120 m² apartment with a balcony and 2 bathrooms on Via Antonino Pio in Ostiense. This property is in the heart of a vibrant area which is becoming more and more popular. There are plenty of markets and convenience stores in Ostiense that will provide tenants with all necessary amenities.
The property has a large living area where tenants can relax together. There is a fully-furnished kitchen which is equipped with modern appliances. All 5 bedrooms have desks and the landlady will install A/C into the apartment during the summer. This property is ideal for students as it is just 1 minute from Rome Tre University.
This property is close to several transport links which provide access to the city centre. There are many bus stops scattered across the area. Basilica S. Paolo rail station is just 5 minute from the apartment, and the closest metro station is called Marconi and it just 11 minutes from the flat.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Families, Students, Erasmus
This apartment is situated in Ostiense. Ostiense is an area that hasn’t quite reached the height of other Roman districts, but crowds are beginning to recognise the neighbourhood’s restaurants and nightlife scene as the next hip place to be. It has an intimate atmosphere where waiters greet familiar faces in trattorias. These authentic little enclaves have made Otiense one of the most popular districts among locals. The area is up and coming, not only because of its atmosphere, but also due to the construction of the new University, Roma Tre. Ostiense is full of typical Roman restaurants and prides itself on being one of the neighbourhoods where young people love to relax and hang out with friends. You can also find a vast train station that ensures easy access to the rest of Rome. It really makes one wonder how Ostiense stayed off the map for so long!