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This two-bedroom, two-bathroom exterior apartment is located near the Ostiense/Piramide/Garbatella and EUR areas of Rome and has one room available for rent. This apartment, while located in more of the outskirts of the city, has plenty of space and green areas all around it. There is plenty of room for all of your items and space to lounge around, giving you an authentic Italian lifestyle. The area of the apartment is 120 m2.
This three-bedroom, two-bathroom 120 m2 exterior apartment is location on the second floor of a building with an elevator. The apartment has A/C in some rooms, as well as central heating and natural gas water heating. You may dry your clothes on an individual rack on the balcony. The price of rent includes water, but all other utilities (electricity, heating, and WiFi) are NOT included in the price of rent. The minimum lease for this apartment is 240 days (8 months).
The apartment is a four-minute walk from the Viale Ermine Spella bus stop, with service on the 764 bus line.
The landlord speaks English and LIVES inside the apartment. He is a friendly 34 year-old man. As the landlord requires a two-month deposit, besides paying one month’s deposit to Spotahome, which will be transferred to the landlord, you will pay an additional month’s deposit upon signing the contract and then the current month’s rent upon check-in into the apartment. Rent MUST be paid in cash.
Suitable for: Professionals
Ostiense is an area that hasn’t quite reached the height of other Roman districts, but crowds are beginning to recognize the neighborhood’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 neighborhoods 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!
The landlord lives inside the apartment. He is a friendly 34 year-old man.