1 bedroom apartment, Rome

1 bedroom apartment

Rome, Italy
  • 1 bedroom
  • apartment
  • Surface Area: 50m2
  • Furnished
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€950 Monthly
1 bedroom Furnished
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**In Italy, you may need to pay a fee when signing your contract. [Click here](https://#removed#/blog/renting-in-italy-hidden-apartment-fees/) to find out why.** This 1-bedroom apartment to rent on Via Francesco Pacelli is perfect for those looking to find a peaceful neighborhood. The apartment opens directly into the living room. The bedroom is to the right and the bathroom and kitchen are to the left of the front door. All areas are modern and wonderfully furnished. The living area isn’t huge, but there is a 2-seat desk, TV, coffee table, sofa and even a piano. Plus, there is a balcony just off of the space. The bedroom, with a double bed and bright window, also has a TV. The modern tiled bathroom has a shower stall and a washing machine. The kitchen, which is fully equipped, includes a dishwasher and has a 2-seat table, and there is another door to a little balcony here too. Aurelio is a peaceful area southwest of Vatican City. It’s surrounded by a few truly wonderful green spaces, including Villa Carpegna, which is an 18-minute walk away. Although it is outside of the city center, it will only take you 24 minutes to get there by public transportation. The Vatican is just a 12-minute bus ride away. There are a number of shops, bars and restaurants nearby—and a few supermarkets too. The closest grocery store is only a minute from your new home. Also within your block, you’ll uncover a hair salon, a bank, and even a cultural center. * The living area isn’t huge, but it’s charming and comfy, plus you get 3 balconies! * Nature lovers will adore being close to a few different parks. * Vatican City and downtown Rome aren’t too far from home. * When you aren’t whipping up an Italian meal at home, you can explore the local bars and restaurants. * Property type: apartment * Floor area: 50?m² * Elevator: yes * Number of bathrooms: 1 * Maximum occupancy: 2 * Wi-Fi installed: yes * Wi-Fi activated: yes * Languages spoken: English, Italian * Lives on property: no * Deposit: €250 * Payment method: bank transfer * Possibility of domiciliation: no * Smoking allowed: no * Pets permitted: no * The Baldo Degli Ubaldi Metro station, serving line MEA, is a 15-minute walk away. * Gregorio VII/Di Pietro is the closest bus stop. It’s just a 1-minute walk from your apartment and it serves multiple day and night bus routes. * The Valle Aurelia railway station is a 14-minute walk away. You can reach the station in roughly 4-minutes by taxi. **Aurelio** Your genuine Rome experience **Overview** Aurelio is authentic, a relaxed, residential district. It lives cheek-to-cheek with more famous areas. But it’s more like your down-to-earth neighbour who gets on with life. No fuss. No bother. Why live here? Because you’ll get a taste of life alongside the locals. And isn’t that what travelling to move is all about? **What can I do here?** It’s not about what you can do in Aurelio; it’s what you can do *near* here. It’s close to the Vatican and Trastevere. So you’re never far from a Roman ruin, a piece of history, or a bustling bar. Aurelio is the place to do little, relax, and soak up the atmosphere. It’s next to Villa Doria Pamphili, Rome’s largest landscaped gardens and park. Hungry? Have a gourmet Italian experience at the Antico Arco. Then, since you’re next door, head for a night out in Trastevere. Ristorante Gustosando, close to Cornelia Metro, is also a good bet. The reviews are good, but the risottos are better! **Charnel fact** Aurelio is home to the Calepodio Catacombs. They date back to at least the 3rd century. Two Popes were once interred here: Callixtus I and Julius I. Ironically, Callixtus had already built a catacomb during his time as Pope. He couldn’t be interred, however. The Emperor had spies placed there, waiting to arrest and murder Christians. The relics of both Popes – and those of the eponymous Saint Calepodius – were moved to the Basilica Santa Maria in Trastevere in the 1960s. Holy. **Can I afford it?** €–€€ (budget-friendly to mid-range) Get in touch: <#removed#>