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**2 months' rent required as deposit**
This spacious 1-bedroom apartment, with a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, is available to rent on Via Ugo Bertossi. The large living room with two comfy sofas, ample storage and a dining area connected to a fully equipped kitchen. It also features a balcony where you can enjoy a glass of a deloicious Italian red wine. The bedroom is bright, spacious and has ample storage space, a bathroom right next to it, and extra storage spacious in the corridor.
Your home is situated in the quiet residential area of Tiburtina, your best choice for peace and quiet, with shops, cafes and restaurants right at your doorstep. There are two Metro station within walking distance, bus stations around the corner, a short bus ride to Triburtina Train station and Universita Studi.
* The apartment is really spacious with plenty of storage.
* It's great to have the large balcony to get a breath of fresh air.
* The apartment is close to lots of amenities, shops and cafes.
* The dining table expands so you can host even more friends for dinner!
* Property Type: Apartment
* Number of bedrooms: 1
* Floor: 2nd
* Elevator: yes
* Number of bathrooms: 1
* Wi-Fi installed: no
* Languages spoken: English, Italian
* Lives on property: no
* Deposit: 2 months' rent
* Payment method: bank transfer
* Possibility of domiciliation: no
* Smoking allowed: yes, on balcony
* Pets permitted: no
* The closest Metro is Pietralata (MEB Line) which can be reached in 16 minutes by foot.
* Monti Triburtini metro (MEB Line) is 20 minutes' walk away.
* There are several bus stops within 5 minutes' walking range. Bus lines include 61, 309, 319, 448, 309, 544, N23.
Your best choice for peace and quiet
Want to live near the city centre, but your budget is holding you back?
Fear not, because despite not being in the centre, Tiburtina is one of Rome’s best-connected areas. You can get there in just a few minutes on the Metro.
Affordable 1950s high-rise buildings. Streets that become pedestrian-only on Friday and Saturday nights. Eclectic bars and varied restaurants.
In laid-back Tiburtina, you get a good deal.
**What can I do here?**
Tiburtina has a bit of everything.
To the north, it becomes more and more residential. And then you find yourself in the Aniene Valley Nature Reserve. Nice.
Along Via Tiburtina you can find food, drink, clothing, and more. It’s truly cosmopolitan.
Got a spare fiver? Join the Monk Club. €5 gets you a year's membership. They have an open-air bar, food, live music, and events. Day or night, there's something to do here. (Even if it's simply relaxing on a deckchair with a Mojito.)
Tiburtina is a prime location for ‘urban renewal’, so may soon lose some of its distinctive character. But until that happens, enjoy the local vibe.
Tiburtina is home to the city’s 2nd-largest train station. This is your portal to the rest of Europe.
**Can I afford it?**
€–€€ (budget-friendly to mid-range)