Apartment for rent in Trastevere (Rome, Italy)

Apartment composed of living/dining room with balcony, one bedroom, entrance hall, kitchen and bathroom available for short term rental.

Available from 4 November to 23 January 2017, from 14 April to 10 June, and from 24 June onwards, no particular day of the week for starting a rental. Weekly rental rate is 600 Euros for occupancy by no more than two persons. For bookings and information regarding rates for shorter or longer periods than one week, please contact paulahowarth@paulahowarth.net.

This sunny, spacious, quiet apartment - composed of a living/dining room with balcony, one large bedroom, entrance hall, kitchen and bathroom (with shower stall and washing machine) - is located on the 7th floor (with elevator) of a modern building in Trastevere. It features lovely beige marble floors and antique Italian furniture, central heating, air conditioning, TV and wifi nternet access. A concièrge is on duty at the main door of the building in the hours established by law.

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The living/dining room is bright and spacious. The furniture comprises a sofa and two matching armchairs (Luigi Filippo period), a small coffee table, a modern (1940s) dining table in cherrywood, a set of four 19th century chairs, a desk and TV

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The bedroom furniture comprises an early 19th century Tuscan armoire, two rosewood bedside tables as well as a cherrywood settee. The two single beds in the bedroom can be made up either as one queen size bed (as shown here) or as two individual singles.

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The entrance hall gives access to the living room and a small corridor leading to the bedroom, the kitchen and the bathroom.

Location: The apartment, located in an area of Trastevere that was developed in the 1970s, is well connected to the:


- by train from Roma Trastevere train station which is within walking distance (about 10 minutes)
- by street car n. 8 (about 5 stops)
- by express bus n. 170 (5 stops)
STAZIONE TERMINI (main train station)

- by express bus n. 170 (10 stops)

Neighbourhood: Mainly residential buildings with shops on the ground floors. Supermarkets, a large open air fruit and vegetable market, numerous specialty food stores, coffee bars, restaurants and pizzerias are close at hand as well as two hospitals.

Those interested in renting this apartment may contact the owner, Paula Howarth, a Canadian citizen now retired, formerly an international civil servant who has lived in Rome for over forty years, at paulahowarth@paulahowarth.net