Nestled against the ancient Roman walls, this bright, one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is the perfect place for someone seeking a quiet location that provides easy access to public transportation. As you enter the gates of the building you will immediately notice the well maintained lush gardens and intricate stonework. You can access the first floor apartment by elevator or stairs. The open floor plan makes this apartment perfect for entertaining. The dining alcove has a table for six set amongst a beautiful library with collections of books. Hardwood floors throughout. The living area has a pull-out sofa, comfortable arm chairs and a breakfast table with four chairs. Onto the patio, your eyes will notice the historic Roman walls that are almost within an arm’s reach. The kitchen has been recently updated with plenty of storage and a breakfast bar overlooking the ruins. The recently updated bathroom has a large soaking tub and rainwater showerhead. Plenty of storage throughout. The bedroom has been designed around customized built-ins offering ample storage space to any new resident. Well-positioned near Piazza Ippoltio Nievo, equidistant between Trastevere Station and the Historic Center, this apartment is ideal for commutes to the airport or the offices of one of the many businesses and humanitarian organizations in Rome.