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 and modern kitchen – 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 dining table here, plus an old-style writing desk. When entering the home, after walking down the staircase, on the right 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.
Dining table, dining chair, air-conditioning
Dishwasher, fridge-freezer, hob (induction), microwave, Nespresso coffee machine...
King size bed, TV, balcony, air-conditioning
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, bidet, toilet
Basin, shower, toilet
Meet & Greet
This home is on the second floor of an apartment building with no elevator.
There is a small double sofa bed in the second bedroom. It can sleep two people, but is more comfortable for one.
Air conditioning is in every room (master bedroom, second bedroom, sitting room / kitchen)
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.