Lungotevere Altoviti. On the short stretch of Lungotevere that connects Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II and Ponte Sant'Angelo stands the palace that in 1514 was built and lived in by the wealthy Florentine family of the banker Bindo Altoviti, from which it takes its name. In 1888 the building was demolished and rebuilt to allow the construction of the retaining walls of the Tiber and today the building lives in a new light thanks to recent renovations that make it one of the most prestigious buildings in the historic center of Rome. On the second floor of the building, which is served by a lift and concierge, is the residence that we are pleased to offer for sale. A unique dwelling, with incomparable views of Castel Sant'Angelo and San Pietro. The property, which boasts a double main entrance and a third service entrance, has an internal surface of almost 350 square meters with high ceilings and imposing halls in succession, all overlooking the most historic and significant stretch of the Lungotevere. The property, which needs a complete renovation, lends itself to various interior solutions, which can include up to 4 bedrooms as well as a large representation; a hypothesis of splitting into several units should not be ruled out. For those looking for a residence of the highest representation, in the historic center but in a strategic position, on the border with the Prati / Borgo district, inside a building with a mighty architecture. Under the building there is a paid garage where you can park your car; a few hundred meters away there is also the new Parking Via Giulia.
Listed by Coldwell Banker BARBERA GROUP INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE
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