Fascinating penthouse in via Nazionale, designed by architect Gaetano Koch, with panoramic terraces just a few steps from the Quirinale Palace and Scuderie, Palazzo Pallavicini and Mercati Traianei. It is located behind Palazzo Koch, headquarters of the Banca d'Italia, a few steps from the exclusive Monti district, known for its artisanal workshops, alleys and squares. From there in a few minutes you can walk to the Imperial Forums and the Colosseum. The splendid terraces, with a 180 degree view of the monuments and roofs of Rome and in front of the gardens of Villa Aldobrandini, enjoy an open and bright exposure as they are oriented to the south and east.
The large apartment has approximately 310 sqm of interior surfaces as well as a further 160 sqm of panoramic terraces. The property owes its spaciousness to two flats joined together. It is located on the sixth floor with access from two different staircases and served by two lifts, in a refined 19th-century building with concierge service.
This unique penthouse then opens with an entrance hall leading to the reception area, a double living room with large windows and splendid views of Villa Aldobrandini and direct access to the terrace; this is followed by a dining room that also enjoys a breathtaking view from the balcony. Two large French windows lead to the first large terrace. In addition to the living room, there are two other spaces used as a study, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as the separate master area with bathroom, and a large hallway with wardrobes. The house features a spacious kitchen, built-in wardrobes and a laundry room. The property may benefit from its own parking space in the building's courtyard and a cellar. The penthouse is divided into two units and lends itself to multiple use options.