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This unique property nestled in the archeological park of Appia Antica is situated 5km from Rome’s historic center.

The Unesco protected park, Appia Antica, is a national archeological site, supported and maintained by funds from the European Union. This impressive park is home to many important historic monuments and ancient tombs. Most importantly, the presence of the oldest paved road in the world, the Appian Way (“Via Appia Antica”) enriches the strong sense of antiquity and charm within the parks grounds.

This exceptional estate, with its most exclusive location, was once part of the famous estate of Prince Torlonia. The property is surrounded by a vast 8.3 acres of land, with immaculately kept gardens. The gardens boast a wonderful outdoor swimming pool, 20×10 meters in size, a bread oven, and century old olive trees.

The property consists of a main villa, which covers 575 square meters, a 111 square meter guest house and a studio. In addition, the property also has a cellar and a garage providing four parking spaces.

The interior of the home has been completely renovated according to the high standards of the owners. The main floor of the villa is composed of a spacious entrance, a dining room with a fireplace, an ample double living room also equipped with a fireplace, a kitchen complete with modern appliances, and a bedroom with an ensuite bathroom.

The main master suite is located on the floor above, along with two spacious bedrooms and a bathroom finished in marble, and two further bedrooms each with their own ensuite. The basement on the other hand houses the wine cellar.

The guest house offers two bedrooms each with their own bathroom. The studio which contains a small room for personnel, along with a bathroom, has sliding glass doors which lead to a solarium.

This one of a kind property with its spectacular location is on the market for 8 million euro.

By: LuxuryEstate.com

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