[ FA ] Via dei Farnesi

Via dei Farnesi is in the heart of the historic center, close to Campo de Fiori and Piazza Navona.

The apartment is located on the first Italian floor (second American) of an XVII century palazzetto recently restored. There is no elevator. In this house you can admire some original designs and preparatory studies for mosaics and frescos by Professor Biagio Biagetti, the owner's grand father. It has carefully been furnished by the owner with antiques, ancient tapestries, elegantly tiled floor, paintings and wooden ceilings.

The apartment, very quiet, consists of a large and bright living. The unique round double bed is positioned in this ambient and it becomes a stylish design element. The dining area is furnished with an authentic Impero style table, a modern sofa-bed (for a third person or a child) There is also an perfectly functional antique fireplace in the living-room.
On cold evenings the fire can be lit in the fireplace. The Venetian chandeliers with their soft light add the touch of a romantic atmosphere.A corridor opens up from the living room that, until the last century, was uncovered and in open air. In those times bathrooms were called pensiles that were separated from the house and only accessible through an outside passage (such as this corridor). The corridor has now two charming gothic style small windows facing an internal courtyard.
At the end of the corridor there is a fully equipped kitchenette with a washing machine, dishwasher, microwave and a moka for a perfect italian espresso.
To complete this distincitive property there is a marble bathroom with shower equipped with a hairdryer, soaps, shampoo, balsam.

Amenities: Satellite TV, Air-conditioning, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, coffemaker, hairdryer.

Number of people 2  Stars 4 
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