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Campo de' Fiori, Via degli Specchi. "Caruso"

An elegant large studio - one bedroom apartment. Ideal for 2 persons, it can host up to 4.

  • Telephone,
  • colour TV with satellite dish (BBC, CNN),
  • air conditioning,
  • washing machine,
  • iron, iron board,
  • stereo.

The apartment is appr. 65 square meters large (appr. 670 square feet), and it is located in the Campo de' Fiori district, thus near Piazza Navona, Largo Argentina, the Jewish quarter, the Sisto bridge and Trastevere. It is very silent, although the quarter is very lively, bristling with craftmen, cozy shops, characteristic restaurants, cafes, and grocery stores.

The apartment was the home of an art dealer, who endowed it with many interesting elements. Afterwords we renovated it, furnished and equipped it meticulously.

The door of the apartment is of massive nut wood, and dates back to the 17th century.

The front door of the palace


The foyer seen from the dining area


The holy water basin and the capitel


The foyer includes interesting features. On one side (to the left past the door) there is a large wooden built-in wardrobe with four doors, to store belongings, clothes and luggage. To the right there are fine paintings (not shown in the photos), yet the most peculiar features are an ancient capitel and a holy water basin embedded in the wall. The foyer ends with two arches leading respectively to the dining area (left arch), and to the sitting area (right arch). 

The sitting-dining room is spacious, and with 5 meters (5.5 yds.) high-vault wooden ceilings. There are two ample windows overlooking Via degli Specchi and the beautiful palace, which is the seat of the Latin-American Institute of Rome. 

Sitting-dining room seen from the dining area


Sitting-dining room: opposite view from the stairs leading to the bedroom area

The above photos give an overall idea of this room, however there are many aspects worth a closer look, and a detailed description. 

The study area


The doors of kitchen and bathroom,
and the gallery room.


A large arch separates the sitting room from the dining room. As mentioned, two windows face Via degli Specchi. On the opposite side to the windows, two doors lead to the kitchen (left door in the above photo) and to the bathroom (right door in the above photo). On this side, there is a study area, with a large 19th century desk. Finally, at the end (opposite to the dining area) an elegant wooden stairs leads to the large gallery room (loft), where the bedroom area is situated.


Dining area


Detail of the dining table,
with ancient capitels

The dining area includes an ample glass table and chairs for six persons. The legs of the table are made of ancient stone capitels. A chandelier and fine paintings complete the room.

The embedded 16th century arch


The TV area.


The front door of the palace

A few fine aspects of the sitting room are worth being mentioned. Between the window and the wooden stairs there is an ancient arch, which was part of an old door of the palace. It is presently transformed to include shelves, with knick-knacks.

On top of the arch there is a part of an ancient capitel, with sophisticated marble pieces decorating it (right photo, close-up).
Finally, as you can see in the photo above, below the wooden stairs there are built-in shelves, and a table with colour TV with satellite dish to watch CNN and the majoer international channels.

The apartment is equipped also with telephone with internet connectivity, colour TV with satellite dish (to watch CNN, BBC etc.), iron and iron board, independent gas-run heating, a perfectly working air conditioning (with external engine and internal blower, thus very silent, and with computerised remote control), and a little communal patio to dry clothes.


For prices and availability please inquire

Our PRICES are ALL INCLUSIVE. They include: rent, agency commission, cleaning fees (with linen / towels / soap supply), check-in/out done by a professional assistant, assistance during your stay, utility consumption of gas and electricity with generous limits.

Our quality properties are carefully selected, prepared and maintained.

We handle every aspect directly and personally. We are not an internet "portal", nor intermediaries: we don't "collect" many properties just to book them, cash commissions and pass on to others giving poor service: we only have limited selected properties to ensure attentive service. We will follow you in every stage and detail: extensive e-mail property and travel guidance before renting, check-in/out and assistance during the rental.

We are based in Rome, and we also prepare many side services and daily excursions.

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