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This landlord requires 2 months rent as a deposit.
This spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment is located on Via di Pietralata in the Tiburtina neighborhood of Rome. The apartment is very bright and well-connected, with various metro stations within a 15 minute walk. You'll find lots of green spaces in the surrounding area; in fact, the Valle dell'Aniene Natural Reserve Park is right behind this flat! Those who love to be around nature will be delighted by this location. The apartment itself features a fully furnished kitchen with a dining area and a large fridge, along with a balcony facing the green courtyard. The tenants will also have access to 2 shared bathrooms, one equipped with a bath and one with a shower. The area of the apartment is 120m2.
This apartment is located on the third floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and central water heating. You can dry your clothes on the individual racks on the balcony. The minimum lease for this apartment is 365 days (12 months). Wi-Fi is installed in the property and it is activated.
The apartment is a short 8 minute walk away from Pietralata metro station - from here you can take the MEB line to Tiburtina train station and easily reach Rome city centre and its surrounding areas.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 2 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by cash.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Tiburtina is home to the second largest train station in all of Rome. Its strategic position keeps the neighborhood well-connected to the rest of the city and makes commuting and traveling easier for residents. On the majority of Friday and Saturday nights, many of Tiburtina’s streets become pedestrian-only and you can see Romans enjoying themselves into the early hours of the morning. This is an area of predominantly inexpensive high-rise apartments dating back to the economic book of the 1950s. You will come across a little bit of everything along the main street of Tiburtina; whether you are looking for clothing, food or antiques, you are sure to find it here. The district is also scheduled to be redeveloped in the near future.