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**3 months’ rent required as a deposit.**
This stylish 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment on Via Quirino Majorana, Portuense, opens out onto 2 balconies. With a floor area of 130?m² this spacious property comes with all the essentials for a comfortable stay, including AC, gas heating, and a modern kitchen with a dishwasher.
The apartment is located close to beautiful Villa Doria Pamphili park, and within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and other amenities. The area is also well connected by public transport, with Roma Trastevere within walking distance.
* The living area receives plenty of natural light.
* One of the bathrooms has a spa bathtub.
* You will find a supermarket nearby.
* Meissa the homechecker told us that she really loved this property.
* The Vatican City is a 10-minute car ride away.
* Wi-Fi is not activated, so you will have to arrange this service if you require it.
* There is no washing machine in the apartment.
* The kitchen is not equipped, so you will need to provide your own cooking and dining utensils.
* Property type: apartment
* Number of bathrooms: 2
* Floor: 2nd
* Elevator: no
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Wi-Fi activated: no
* Floor area: 130?m²
* Building fees: included in rent
* Speaks English: yes
* Lives on property: no
* Deposit: 3 months’ rent
* Payment method: cash
* Smoking allowed: no
* Pets allowed: no:
* Possibility of domiciliation: yes
* Roma Trastevere Railway Station is a 12-minute walk from the apartment.
You’re here, the tourists are not
Do you want to live as the Romans do?
Then welcome to Portuense: a modest, residential area to the south-west of the city centre.
This is a down-to-earth district. You’ll really feel like a local, because you will be one.
Centro Storico is a bus ride away. Travel there to see the sites, then retreat to your home in the heartland of a truly Roman neighbourhood.
All the beauty of Rome. None of the tourists. Bliss.
**What can I do here?**
Mingle with the locals in the bars, cafés, and restaurants. Bask in the warm glow of knowing there are no tourists.
There are lots of family-owned businesses here. Some are as old as the landmarks in historic Rome (well, almost).
There are plenty of places to shop in Portuense. Just take a quick walk up to the northern part of the district to see what we mean.
Hungry? Have a bite to eat at MeAT, on Via Portuense. This adorable local favourite serves up traditional Roman dishes with a modern twist. We hear they even have an English-language menu.
During the Nazi occupation of Rome, Portuense was a major bastion of resistance. Defiant!
**Can I afford it?**
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