Striking splendour Gilt furnishings, terracotta tiles and well-chosen artworks – Piazza Margana is both eye-catching and elegant. Ascending a staircase from the charming entrance hall, you’ll find this home’s front door on the second floor. It opens into the sitting room – a grand space where the walls are hung with a collection of artworks, and silk curtains frame each window. As well as a sitting area (which has a pair of gold sofas and several antique side tables) there’s a mirrored dining table here, plus an old-style writing desk. The doorway to one side takes you to a passageway, which leads first to the compact kitchen. Next along on the left are the two bathrooms (both grey-tiled), and beyond them you’ll come to the second bedroom. Finally, the master bedroom is just on the right. With its yellow-silk bed, patterned rug and gold-trimmed accessories, this room is a stylish space. And it has its own little terrace too.
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, bidet, toilet
Dishwasher, fridge-freezer, hob (gas), microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, oven...
King size bed, TV, terrace, air-conditioning
Basin, shower, toilet
Dining table, dining chair
Meet & Greet
This home is on the second floor of an apartment building with no elevator.
This home has air-conditioning in the master bedroom and second bedroom only.
There is a small double sofa bed in the second bedroom. It can sleep two people, but is more comfortable for one.
All homes in Rome have a limit on the amount of power that can be used at one time (3 KW). Using too many appliances at the same time can cause a short-circuit.