Roma (Roma) - Via Cesare Beccaria, a stone's throw from Piazza del Popolo and the park of Villa Borghese, we offer a large surface property, elegantly renovated in a 1930s building. Through the spacious and refined main entrance, you enter the representative area which opens with a bright living room with balcony and with the dining room. The kitchen with double exposure, the bedroom and the bathroom and a comfortable laundry room complete the living area. The sleeping area consists of 4 double suites each with its own private bathroom. The fine finishes, the refined details, the extremely central position, make the property a very interesting investment.
The Flaminio district is considered the cultural center of Rome, although its origins are very modest compared to its current reputation. Born in 1921, the neighborhood owes its name to the consular road that crosses it, Via Flaminia. Uninhabited until the 19th century due to the frequent overflows of the Tiber river, it went through several historical phases of evolution, with a progressive urbanization during the fascist period until it became profoundly transformed after the end of the Second World War with the assignment of the Olympic Games of the 1960 in Rome.
The Flaminio is today a prestigious district of Rome, which houses the greatest works of contemporary architecture in the city, as well as being a place full of interesting places to visit, both on a cultural and landscape level.