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This traditional 2-bedroom apartment is beautifully presented with antique style furniture. It offers 2 double rooms (1 ensuite), which can be rented by either 1 person or be shared by 2 people. Common areas include 1 bathroom, a full kitchen, a sunny living area and a lovely patio. It is located on Via Angelo Emo, in the neighbourhood of Prati, very close to the Vatican City. You can reach the iconic Piazza San Pietro in approximately 15 minutes by foot. This area has very good public transport connections, with a train and metro station situated only 600m from the flat. The apartment is interior and has a floor area of 100 sqm.
This apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and natural gas water heating. The minimum lease for this apartment is 30 days (1 month) and the maximum lease is 180 days (6 months). You can dry your washing using a rack in the balcony. Parking is available at an additional cost. Pets are negotiable, please discuss with the owner prior to the booking. Rent includes 2 usages of the washing machine per month only. Any extra usage will be charged separately.
The apartment is 5 minutes from Valle Aurelia (train FL3 and metro MEA).
The English speaking landlady lives on the property some months of the year and requires one month rent as a deposit. Smoking is not permitted but pets are allowed. Rent should be paid by cash or bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Prati is a welcome escape for those who are seeking some peace and quiet away from Rome’s city center. This neighborhood is a much more tranquil district to the hustle and bustle of the Centro Storico. It is lined with many green plazas and streets and is considered to be one of the of the more wealthy neighborhoods in all of Rome. Prati houses the Via Cola di Rienzo, which is one of Rome’s most famed shopping streets and houses a multitude of top tier brands. Though it is very close to St. Peter’s Basilica, city planners specifically designed the neighborhood to block its views due to sour diplomatic relations between the Pope and the Kingdom of Italy (around 1870). This area also has some of the best gelaterie shops in all of the city: Gelateria dei Gracchi (on Via dei Gracchi) and Gelarmony (on via Marcantonio Colonna). It is very easy to get around this area given that the A line of the Metro goes right through the district with stops in both Lepanto and Ottaviano.