An attic flooded with light, welcoming, comfortable in its spacious interiors and its beautiful terraces perched on the roofs of Rome. We are in one of the oldest streets of the Capital, in via dei Banchi Nuovi, full of life by day and by night, with its shops, trattorias, art galleries, a few steps from Castel S. Angelo, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and San Pietro.
Contemporary design and comfort characterize this newly renovated apartment, which has been furnished with extreme care by its owners: a mountaineer and nature photographer, and his wife, a travel journalist and writer.
Light wood, white walls, soft lights and shelves in neutral colors in shades from grey to anthracite define the spaces of a single large room overlooking a bright terrace.
Antique and contemporary mingle harmoniously here: coffered ceilings cap cosy bedrooms outfitted in contemporary designer furnishings in relaxing, neutral tones; the bathrooms, although extremely modern, retain original geometric tilework; and the refined modern kitchen, equipped with every necessary utensil and appliance, is an invitation to stay for dinner.
A stunning, spacious, light-filled attic-style apartment with a spectacular view over the rooftops of Rome, all the way to the Capitoline Hill, the Altare della Patria, the Synagogue and beyond.
Situated atop an aristocratic building in the heart of the Jewish Quarter the centre of Rome a short distance from Piazza Campo de’ Fiori and the Colosseum. Wherever you turn, you’re likely to come face to face with “The Great Beauty”: culture, effervescence and the most genuine warmth this splendid city has to offer.
The welcoming cosiness of a mansard and the elegance of a sleek contemporary penthouse overlooking the rooftops of Rome.
This gracious apartment is located in Rome’s Via Veneto, the elegant street immortalised in Fellini’s film by the same name.
Experience life in one of Rome’s most charming, elegant and historic neighbourhoods.
Located a short walk or a couple of metro stops from the Villa Borghese, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and all the city’s main artistic and cultural sites.
In the ancient heart of Rome, where the buildings of the historic Jewish Quarter, mingle with the noble architecture of the aristocracy, a truly gracious and comfortable apartment, situated on the second floor of a beautiful 17th century building, looks out over a lively jumble of historic alleyways and piazzas. The interior is hospitable and relaxing, with walls revealing the sections of ancient brickwork and original coffered ceilings measuring over 5 metres in height; sober, elegant furnishings and a truly sumptuous bathroom complete the picture.
A small sixteenth-century doorway, the courtyard with the old travertine wash-house, two flights of dark stone stairs worn away by time, and here we are in a unique place: cross vaults and high coffered ceilings, large paintings on the walls, a marble column and pieces of capitals set into the masonry, a sumptuous stone portal. This place dates back at least to the 1400s, and is part of a small convent that housed the Pauline nuns.
Comfort and understated beauty characterise this pleasant space in the heart of ancient Rome: it overlooks the 16th-century Via Merulana, which links the two basilicas of Santa Maria Maggiore and San Giovanni in Laterano. We are in Monti, a bohemian and classic district, much loved by Romans and tourists alike: narrow alleyways and artisan workshops, art galleries, vintage markets, small squares, trattorias and wine bars.
A perfect little apartment, cosy and luminous surrounded by a large terrace filled with sunlight and flowers with views out all the way to the hills of the Castelli Romani. It feels like being up in the sky, like a bird, caressed by Rome’s soft westerly “pontino” breezes that freshen even the hot summer sun.