Magnificent, luxuriously-appointed penthouse apartment for sale overlooking the Piazza Venezia, the Altare della Patria and the Santa Maria in Aracoeli Basilica and nestled in the heart of the magnificent city of Rome.
Nestled in the heart of the magnificent city of Rome, this luxurious penthouse apartment forms part of a prestigious, historical property which has been passed down over the years through various influential Roman families, including the Boccabella family in the 15th century and, most recently, the Colonna family. Only after the meticulous restoration by famous Italian architect Carlo Fontana, at the request of the Massimo family, did this magnificent property boast the same grandeur as it does today.
Measuring 350m2 and arranged over three levels, this unique apartment boasts three separate entrances as well as breathtaking 360-degree views over the stunning city of Rome. Each room is privileged with an unrivalled view of the Piazza Venezia, the Altare della Patria and the Santa Maria in Aracoeli Basilica.
The first floor comprises the sumptuous master suite featuring a beautiful, ornate ceiling design, a private entrance, a dressing room and two large, luxurious marble ensuite bathrooms.
A bespoke, illuminated staircase leads to the second floor featuring two separate entrances and a sequence of elegant hallways, leading to the private guest quarters with a magnificent living room, a bedroom with intricate wall murals, a fitted kitchen and a luxurious marble bathroom.
The third floor features a spacious fitted kitchen and five impressive terraces each arranged over different levels and boasting their own individual furnishings and ambiance, perfect for entertaining whilst taking in the magnificent sights of Rome. Some of these terraces provide the use of removable glass panels, which allows for year-round use without taking away from the spectacular views of the city.
The materials used in the luxurious restoration of Carlo Fontana include elegant marble flooring, plastering and beautiful Frescoed ceilings as well as intricate wall murals and ornate painting of the wardrobes, bookcases and doors.