Rome, RM, IT
Via Di Montoro
Examples of the ancient crossroads nearby 16th century which connected via dei Cappellari, via Monterone and vicolo del Bollo, propose a gracious and nice sky-Earth over 210 sqm. The property is on three levels. On the ground floor there is a nice craft shop with attached bathroom and independent entrance. Through a picturesque staircase leads to the first floor of the building housing a large bright living area divided into living and dining area. The sleeping area is divided into two independent suites, one with a large vestiaire and a small balcony overlooking the small inner courtyard, which refers to a small medieval town. Given the high ceilings, it has been possible to derive a useful in-Studio with skylights in the dining area. Complete the first level "provençal" style cuisine beautifully hand painted majolica. Under the shop, we find a plane S1, belonging to the shop, consisting of two adjoining rooms with vaulted ceilings and vents for air circulation. Bright and airy environments, impart a timeless atmosphere.