Situated in the hearth of Rome, in Via Monterone, a 50 meter walk from Piazza Sant’ Eustachio and the Pantheon in Italy, this apartment is truly unique. It’s not just the luxurious interior design but the historic value of this place. The apartment measures 600 sq m or 6,458 Sq Ft and it’s located on the first “piano nobile” floor of a historic building which dates back to Ancient Rome. The structure that you see here today dates back to the 17th century.
The structure has a double entrance and it features 12 rooms with 2 bathrooms and an archive. The original floors have been replaced with terracotta floors from the famous Castel Viscardi caves, near Orvieto. The ceilings have also been replaced and now they feature original 15th century decorations. The meeting room is truly incredible and unique, featuring original Antonio Gherardi frescoes.
Several other changes have been made to the apartment. Some of them are the doors, windows plus the internal structure. The electrical equipment is completely walled in. considering the great amount of historic details and decorations and especially the unique frescoes, this apartment is more than just a place to live, it’s a personal museum. It’s a very well preserved apartment that has remained mostly untouched by the modern discoveries.