Energy class: G - EPgl, nren: 175,00 kWh / m³ - For sale in Rome, Historical Center and more precisely in Via del Gesù, the street, which takes its name from the nearby Chiesa del Gesù, inside the sixteenth-century Palazzo Berardi-Cesi -Muti, built as a residence of the Muti family by Giacomo Della Porta in the 1565, a building that in the early nineteenth century was bought by the Berardi family who had it restored by Pio Piacentini in the second half of the century.
The arched portal, with the inscription "FILIPPO BERARDI", leads into a vast and harmonious courtyard where the splendid water clock built in the 1870 by a Dominican father, P. Giovanni Embriaco (the same who built the hydrochronometer of the Pincio), right in the historic center, between Largo Arenula, the Torre Argentina excavations, the Pantehon and Piazza Venezia, we propose the sale of a prestigious 130 building sqm.
The peculiarity of this property is the fact that it is developed on three levels, on the ground floor we find the independent entrance, which is accessed in a charming open space and a bathroom, on the first floor there is another large open space with the kitchen and the second bathroom, finally on the second and last floor there are two large bedrooms, one with a bathroom and the Jacuzzi and the fourth bathroom.
The property has been completely renovated with quality materials and attention to detail.
Currently the property is leased for receptive use, the lease can be maintained with the current tenants or the property can be purchased free.
The apartment is served by a channeled hot / cold air system, an independent heating system, an armored entry door and a video intercom.
The ceilings come in some places to 3,70 m.
The excellent location of the property in the heart of the historic center makes the property even more fascinating but at the same time places it in a well served area where essential services, wine, pubs, typical inns, offices, restaurants, important institutional offices public and foreign diplomatic offices, churches of high cultural interest, museums and historic buildings, in addition to the various public transport that allow easy access to the main tourist destinations and metro stations, make it even more interesting and unique if possible .