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The landlord only accepts female tenants and requires 2 months rent as a deposit.
Based in the San Giovanni-Appio Latino region of Rome, this 110m2, four bedroom shared apartment is located 15 minutes walking to the Basilica de San Giovanni, and is a 20 minute walk to the Coliseum. With a communal kitchen and eating area, this apartment is perfect for tenants to mingle together. The district also has a vibrant nightlife and is well-connected to the city’s hot spots. The entire apartment is fully furnished, and the peaceful courtyard is perfect for quiet evenings. All 4 bedrooms are fully furnished and there is also a storage room for those with extra baggage. Two of the bedrooms (bedrooms 2 and 4) lead to the balcony, as does the kitchen, ensuring that the kitchen gets lots of fresh air.
This apartment is located on the 1st floor of the building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your clothes on an individual rack inside the floor and an individual rack on the balcony. Wi-Fi is installed in the property and is activated.
The nearest train station is Tuscolana, which is only a five minute walk from the apartment, whilst the nearest subway station is Furio Camillo, a seven minute walk. Alternatively, the bus stop Tuscolana-Amelia is only a one minute walk.
The English speaking landlord does not live in the property and requires a 2 month deposit. Smoking is permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by bank transaction. The landlord only allows female tenants.
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
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.