In Rome, the Regional Park of the Appia Antica shelters neo-rustic villas, highly coveted for their localization in a green cultural space.
A strolling destination for Romans, the Regional Park of the Appia Antica, South-East of Rome, is partly private. The site comprises gardens, houses and agricultural estates spanning 3300 hectares. It also features precious antique vestiges, such as the mausoleum of Romulus, the catacombs of Domitilla and a preserved wild fauna of rare birds, to be observed with private guides.
In the neo-rustic villas of Rome's parks
One also comes in this green space to admire superb panoramas overlooking the Roman countryside and villas with authentic cachet that lived through different eras. One of these is surrounded by a 7,000 m² park including 2 outbuildings, used as an office and for the house staff. The ensemble is enriched by an outdoor pool and a small private chapel.
20 rooms on the edge of the Italian capital
The villa counts 20 rooms in total, on 2 levels, including 9 rooms, a living room equipped with a fireplace, a dining room, a professional kitchen, a charming patio and a library. The house also features a Home Cinéma and a Spa with fitness room, sauna, hammam and jacuzzi. All good reasons to encourage you to set down your suitcases in the Eternal City!
The marvels of the Eternal City, in the countryside
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