The apartment is composed of a living room with a unique round bed, a round glass-topped table and fireplace. A staircase ascends to the loft space with a sofa. A well-equipped kitchen and marble-clad bathroom with shower complete the unit.
Just a stones throw from Piazza Farnese and the Campo dei Fiori, this apartment looking onto the back of Palazzo Farnese, which was designed by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger [with the upper storey by Michelangelo]. Within a couple of minutes walking distance to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, this flat is located on the first floor of an 18th century “palazzetto” and is furnished with an elegant mix of antique furnishings, tapestries and artwork. Traditional tiled floors and wood-beamed ceilings contribute to the old-world atmosphere and along with the fact that it is situated on a no-traffic street, its' double-glazed windows guarantee peace and quiet.
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