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Please note that this landlord only accepts females.
If you're looking to live in an all female apartment close to the metro with an easy access to Rome's city centre, then you should definitely consider this 3 bedroom apartment with twin beds. Living here will give you a great sense of what it's like to live in a dorm-like environment. This apartment is perfect for students and it consists of fully furnished rooms, including two bathrooms which you will share with other tenants. The area of this apartment is 100m2. The apartment is situated in the San Giovanni district, which is full of fun and quaint bars and well connected to the city centre and Rome's universities. You will find plenty of shops and restaurants in the area to keep you busy!
This apartment is located on the 5 floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has natural gas heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your clothes on the individual racks inside the apartment or on the terrace or balcony. The minimum lease for this apartment is 30 days (1 months). This landlord will only accept females.
The apartment is located next to Giulio Agricola metro station where you can take line MEA to Battistini or Anagnina. Next to the metro station you can also find a bus station with several buses including the N1 night bus.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by cash.
Genders allowed: Only females
San Giovanni/Appio Latino is lined with old renaissance buildings and its cobblestone streets are filled with low-lit wine bars. It is an easy 20 minute stroll to the Coliseum and only a 15 minute walk to the area’s principal attraction: the Basilica de San Giovanni, which gives the district its name. The Basilica de San Giovanni is the largest church in Rome. It is a common sight to see trade union rally and pop concert put on great shows in the square in front of the Basilica. Another attraction of this part of the city is the clothing shops along Via Sannio where you can find great bargains. The district is busy, which makes it difficult to travel by car. However, San Giovanni/Appio Latino is well connected with the rest of the city and houses many tasty restaurants and energetic nightlife options.