Deluxe, impeccable two bedroom two bathroom most panoramic penthouse, with two sitting rooms, and two terraces with stunning views

"ROME SEAGULLS" luxury most panoramic penthouse, with two terraces with stunning views of all Rome, two bedrooms (matrimonial and twin beds), two sitting rooms, two sparkling bathrooms (shower enclosure and Jacuzzi respectively), kitchen. Elevator.

Location: Piazza Mignanelli, which is one section of the Spanish Square (called "Piazza di Spagna" in Italian), precisely where the atelier Valentino and the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See are located. The latter gives the Italian name to the square - in English the square and the stairs are called not appropriately "Spanish Steps", which do not exist in Italian, you only have the Spanish Square "Piazza di Spagna" - the real name of the "Spanish Steps" is "Scalinata della Trinita' dei Monti" (Stairways of the Trinity of Mounts, as it leads to a French convent).

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FULLY EQUIPPED PROPERTY: air conditioning, independent heating (both high-tech), internet connection, fully equipped kitchen, 2 colour TV sets, iron and iron board,


- very elegant palazzo (marble in the hallway, courteous portier).
- 4th floor with elevator,
- 110 square meters (app. 1,130 Sq. Ft.) plus 2 most panoramic terraces
-  two double bedrooms (matrimonial, twin beds)
- each bedroom has en-suite bathroom, one with shower enclosure, the other with bathtub + hand-held shower
- first small sitting room to watch TV, endowed with a small terrace with beautiful panoramic views of Rome and especially of the Spanish Steps area.

At the next floor (reached with a few easy, extremely elegant stairs):
- larger sitting room endowed with large windows with stunning panoramic views of all Rome, and also a table to dine and a fouton to rest while looking at the sunset and the seagulls from the large windows.
- ample terrace, with plants and flowes, table, chair and rock chairs with one of the most complete and incredible panoramic views of Rome
- fully equipped open-plan kitchen, with also a small table and 4 high chairs.
- laundry room with washing machine, iron and iron board



The terrace seen from its entry from the main sitting room

View detail

Another view: all Rome sights can be seen, in this photo: San Carlo al Corso (foreground dome) and St. Peter's (background). The Our lady statue of the Spanish Square in the foreground is visited by the Pope every year on the Immaculate Conception (Dec. 8). The palace behind it with the flags is the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See, the first to open in Rome, the most important thus for the Vatican. It also gives the name to the square (Piazza di Spagna) - the "Spanish Steps" is an English (then American, Dutch, German etc.) is the inappropriate name for the stairs, whose real name is Stairs of the Trinity of Mounts.

Another view: the Borghese Gardens and the Villa Medici (French Academy of Fine Arts). The obelisk is the one on top of the Spanish Steps (in the Piazza Trinita' dei Monti).

Another view with suffused light at sunset

Another view

The table of the terrace

View of the sitting room from its entry from the terrace. This room is brighter than the photos show (amateur photos), and in the afternoon-evening it shimmers with suffused red light.

Close up of the same photo, showing the fouton where one not only can seat to dine, but also rest and sleep watching the sunset and the views from the large windows

Opposite view. A small table can be found now in front of the sofa (it was removed when they snapped the photo). The dining table can be lifted, disappearing in the furniture, so there is more space to sit, talk or sleep in the fouton.

The kitchen, close-up

The kitchen area, seen from the stairs of the apartment


The stairs leading from the lower sitting room to the higher sitting room, kitchen and terrace. The room in the background is the matrimonial bedroom.

Opposite view of the previous photo, it shows the entrance in the background of the twin bedroom, which is actually a little apartment in its own right.

The apartment is at the 4th European floor with elevator. Soon after the entry door, there are a few elegant steps, at the end of which is this designer furniture to lay keys or objects

The twin beds room is practically a little apartment. This is a general view, with glimpse of the bedding area. There is also an area with a desk and which can be used as a little study, an area with chairs to sit. The twin beds room leads to the laundry room, which includes the washing machine, the iron and iron board.

The twin beds, their night tables are placed under the roof, they are very cozy especially for children. This part of the room has a skylight, which can be open or closed at leisure.

The twin beds room has an own terrace, from which you have a stunning view of Rome too.

This is the en-suite bathroom of the twin beds room, immaculate and very bright, with very ample shower enclosure

Matrimonial bedroom. For some reason, the owners shut the windows when they snapped this amateur photo. The room is on the contrary very bright, and from its window you also have panoramic views

View of the sink of the matrimonial bathroom, which is en-suite.

Another view of the matrimonial bathroom. Notice the attention to detail, the Swedish-type radiators (enabling to dry towels or clothes too).