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Property DetailsPiazza Navona is one of the most famous and suggestive square of Rome, well-known all over the world. It has the same shape of a stadium and has been built for want of Pope Innocent X. During the Roman period, Piazza Navona was the Stadium of Domitian built by the emperor with the same name in 86 A.C. an in the third century it has been restored by Alexander Severus. This well-known square is the proud of the Baroque Rome with the architecture and the sculptures of masters such as Gian Lorenzo Bernini (the Fountain of the Four Rivers at the centre of the square, represents the Danube, the Ganges, the Nile and the Rio de la Plata, the four continents of the world projected and shaped from July 1648 and June 1651, for commission of Pope Innocent X, during the baroque period, the most prolific period of his career), Francesco Borromini and Girolamo Rainaldi ( who have created the church of Sant’Agnese in Agone in front of the Bernini Fountain) and Pietro da Cortona (author of the frescoes into the gallery of the Pamphilj Palace) This apartment is not easy to find for its view directly on the square, the Fountain of the Four Rivers and the church of Sant’Agnese in Agone. A really unique and exciting location. The residence is located at the main floor and is composed by: a big entrance, a double living room, three bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen, a service room with laundry and two bathrooms. The ceilings are high 3.60 m and the floors are refined with parquet in afrormosia laid as a fishbone with a perimetral frame and also as a ship deck. For its characteristics the property is suitable also as a representative professional studio. ENERGY CLASS: G EPI: 127.7 KWh/m²year
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Additional Property InformationThis listing located in Rome boasts four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property is presently selling for €5,000 / month.
This property is presented by La Commerciale SRL based in Italy.