4 Rooms for female students in charming apartment with balcony in Parioli area

General info


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This landlord only accepts female students.

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4 bedrooms are available for female students in a charming, colourful 120m2 apartment with a balcony situated in the Parioli area of Rome. This neighbourhood is residential but it also boasts a popular, vibrant nightlife scene and is filled with bars, restaurants, cafés and convenience stores. The picturesque Villa Borghese is just 8 minutes from the flat - a must see for those who live in Rome. The property is spacious, equipped with modern and traditional furniture. There is a fully equipped kitchen which tenants can cook or dine in whilst watching the television and the balcony provides pleasant views of the local area.


This apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. Wi-Fi is installed in the property and it is activated. Bills are approximately €50 per month per person.


The closest bus stop is 2 minutes from the apartment and can be found on Via Gaspare Spontini. This station serves lines 53 and 360. Tenants can also make use of the fully functioning tram service which is 8 minutes from the apartment.

Landlord policies

The landlord requires 1 month of rent as a deposit. Rent can be paid in cash or by bank transaction. This landlord only accepts female students.

Bills included

Council Tax

Apartment features

Washing machine
Equipped kitchen
Balcony or terrace
Other heating system

More information

Genders allowed: Only females

Suitable for: Couples, Students, Erasmus

Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students

Neighborhood information

This property is situated in Parioli. Built in the 1930s, Parioli is a safe and residential area that has the best of both worlds: a wide variety of popular restaurants and a vibrant nightlife, but it is a part of the city that still maintains a quiet atmosphere. This area of the city is situated away from many sites in Rome and though it lacks a metro system, it has a bus system nearby and plenty of taxis that will take you to the historical centre of Rome. Locals enjoy a varied selection of bars, fine restaurants, green spaces and public parks; it is one of the most elegant parts of the city and in fact, some consider it to be the most luxurious. The new music auditorium, Parco della Musica, designed by the architect Renzo Piano, has brought new life to the area.