1 bedroom apartment, Rome

1 bedroom apartment

Rome, Italy
  • 1 bedroom
  • apartment
  • Surface Area: 60m2
  • Furnished
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€1300 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 cozy 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment has a generous 70?m² footprint on Via Luigi Vanvitelli in Testaccio. The bedroom has a double bed, while the living room has a TV and sofa. The kitchen has a 4-burner stove as well as an oven. There is a grocery store, pharmacy and plenty of other stores within a 5-minute walk of this apartment. The Parco della Resistenza dell'Otto Settembre is within a 10-minute walk, and the Porta San Paolo is nearby as well. * The apartment is close to public transport. * The kitchen comes with everything you need to cook including plates and pots. * There is heating and AC to keep you comfortable year round. * The sofa in the living room can be made into a bed. * There are beautiful hardwood floors thoughout this apartment. * The bathroom has a shower, sink, toilet and bidet but can only be accessed through the bedroom. - Property type: apartment - Floor area: 70?m² - Floor: 1st - Elevator : yes - Number of bathrooms: 1 - Utility bills: €150 per month - Wi-Fi installed: yes - Wi-Fi activated: yes * Languages spoken: English * Lives on property: no * Deposit: 1 month's rent * Payment method: cash * Possibility of domiciliation: no * Smoking allowed: no * Pets permitted: no * There is a transit stop right around the corner from the apartment which services trams 3, and 8, and buses 23, 30, 75, 130F, 280, 716, N3 and N11. * The Piramide Metro station is a 10-minute walk away, and services lines MEB and MEB1. **Testaccio** Your alternative home in Rome **Overview** She&'s a rebel, and she&'s looking … _meh._ Testaccio is a Roman rebel. It has no winding streets or pretty piazzas. But it epitomizes the phrase, &'beauty is only skin deep&'. Because what Testaccio lacks in style, it makes up for in spirit. It was built in the 19th century to house industrial workers and was home to the Emporium Port. So it was the district that welcomed fresh produce into the city. _Which means?_ Come here to enjoy the most delectable dishes in Rome! **What can I do here?** Eat, drink, and don&'t worry about the fact that you might not be as trendy as other Romans (fashion doesn&'t matter here). By night, Testaccio is the Romans&' top pick for going out – it&'s one of the city&'s party pinnacles. You should join them. Art lovers flock here to enjoy the famous Macro – Museum of Contemporary Art. You should join them, too. Hungry? Whatever you read in the guidebooks, forget it. This is the place to come for authentic Italian cuisine. You&'ll find some of the best at Felice a Testaccio. This acclaimed local favourite serves only the most authentic Roman dishes. _Buon appetito!_ **Fascinating fact** See that large hill over there? That&'s Monte dei Cocci – &'Mountain of Shards&'. It&'s a large, man-made mound of ancient Roman amphora. The hill is literally made of millions of pots and plates that were once used to carry oil and food produce. **Can I afford it?** €–€€(budget-friendly to mid-range) **Get in touch:** #removed# ![youtube AhtrV0uQjc0]