Real Estate The property in Rome

“Property Fumasoni” is a villa for sale in Rome which covers 11,000 square meters and is adjacent to other luxury villas and parks.

Once you have gone through the gate which gives you access to the real estate in Rome, you enter the park of 5,000 square meters, with valuable tall trees (cedars of Lebanon, Atlas cedars, cypress, elm, Maritime pine, etc..,) and a beautiful English lawn, equipped with an automatic watering system with retractable nozzles. The water system is served by an own well, which automatically supplies the two containers of 10,000 litres (2640 gallons) of capacity, allowing it to thoroughly water the lawn, but also simultaneously to supply the villa.

The rest of the real estate in Rome (approximately 6,000 square feet) is covered in olive trees, with its 90 high-quality trees that produce about 400 liters per year of high quality extra virgin olive oil.

Panoramic view of the villa for sale in Rome

The villa for sale in Rome is on three levels: it is accessed through a porch of 60 square meters, which leads to the large entrance to the ground floor, from which opens the beautiful triple living room in which stands an imposing fireplace. Continuing, we arrive in the dining room, served by the kitchen. On the ground floor there is also a double bed and one single bedroom, each with its own bathroom.

Going down a wide staircase with Tuscan terracotta-tiled floor, you get to the basement (but all above ground), with the huge hobby room in which you have (currently) a recreational area with sofas, TV and stereo, a dining room, a small kitchen, wood stove and a bathroom. On the same floor is the garage (over180 square meters) with the cellar, accessible by ramp.

Going back, you get to the first floor, where there are three double bedrooms with two bathrooms and a terrace of 30 sqm.

The heating system of the villa for sale in Rome  that serves the whole house is made from a diesel fired boiler on which is regularly carried out maintenance once a year.

The entire property is protected by a wall and is further protected by hedges and wire mesh. The villa itself is also equipped with a sophisticated alarm system of the latest generation, capable of detecting the presence of unwanted people in the vicinity of the villa. The alarm is triggered when a person gets too close to home, thanks to a dense network of cells, intelligent, able to pass an animal of small size (our dog for example), but not a human being. Furthermore, the villa is also equipped with iron bars and reinforced glass. That, however, are only additional protection for the safety of those living in the villa, though, since this is an area inhabited by important people (judges, generals, …), we can always count on the presence of the police who patrol the area.

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29 thoughts on “Real Estate The property in Rome”

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  16. greenwich4sale said:

    What a beautiful property! I am so happy to learn about it. Great work in presenting it! I can almost taste a cappuccino on the terrace…

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  18. johnlmalone said:

    thank you for subscribing to my blog; I have skimmed yours but must be honest I have no interest in a property in Rome; however I see it as my duty to make my blogs as entertaining as possible though the current one is a bit of an aberration

  19. Danny & Laura Johnson said:

    Beautiful.

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  20. Last Mom Standing said:

    Your description of the delicious “Property Fumasoni” makes me feel as if I am there basking in the sun on that terrace! Great job! I LOVE touring properties. The architecture, the grounds; it is all art! You have captured it wonderfully here.

    Many thanks for following my blog. I will be following yours as well. Cheers to many more interactions! Maybe I one day you will help my find the perfect compound for my family! Until then, I will have to live vicariously through your pictures 😉

    Laugh hard. Love strong. Live to serve.

    Kimberly Crawford

    http://www.lastmomstanding.com

  21. beingjulz said:

    Beautiful! Wish I or someone I knew could invest in this lovely property. Thank you for visiting my blog and following it. I will definately look around yours more so I can dream… 🙂 Have a good day.

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    k you for subscribing to my blog,sugarcraftnovice.wordpress.com If you hadn’t I wouldn’t, in all honesty, ave come to yours. I’m not in the market for a villa in Rome, but if I was this is the one would I consider 🙂

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    Thank you for subscribing to my blog. I’ll try my best to give you as much insight into life on the tip of Africa as possible. Warm regards, Karen

  25. wildsherkin said:

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