Trastevere was one of the working-class neighbourhood of Rome in the past and has become in time place famous for its traditions, arts and typical roman food. Its alleys are full of shops, restaurants often with outdoor-street tables, bars and stalls with every genre of products. The area is one of the most requested and characteristic areas of Rome, very well connected, very close to several trams & bus lines, railway station Trastevere and also easily reachable by extra-urban transportation leading to the seaside or other peripheral areas.
The property is located on the first floor of a period building, the result of the skilful conversion of an old barn into homes, on a quiet and picturesque street in Trastevere.
Located on the first floor of the building, this charming loft is built over several levels that correspond to different dedicated areas and is embellished with strikingly charming architectural elements. The newly renovated interiors are framed by antique terracotta flooring and a magnificent wooden ceiling with exposed beams and secondary frames.
The different levels mark the functional areas of the house that follow one other seamlessly and are connected by wrought iron and brick stairs: a spacious entrance hall, a large living area with brick fireplace and window overlooking the neighbourhood, a double bedroom with bathroom and an additional level to be used as a study or bedroom, illuminated by a characteristic skylight.
The property is completed by a fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom with a contemporary design and a very spacious wall storage room.
Supermarket: 0.2 km, Hotel: 0.01 km, Restaurant: 0.1 km,
Bus stop: 0.1 km, Train station: 1.7 km, Bank: 0.1 km,
School: 0.6 km, Theatre: 1.0 km, Park: 0.5 km