Roma (Roma) - Rome. Piazza Navona, Via Del Governo Vecchio, among the most interesting little streets of the historical center with its period buildings, vintage shops, bars and trattoria restaurants. Palazzo Fonseca, it is a fifteenth century noble palace, located between Piazza Del Orologio and Piazza Navona. From the main entrance, in Via Del Governo Vecchio, you can access the private courtyard with the porter's lodge and the parking spaces. A beautiful sixteenth century staircase with large arches and windows overlooking the courtyard, leads to the main floor, entirely occupied by this prestigious property. The apartment with an overall surface of 1000 square meters, spreads over two floors, the second and the third floors plus as mezzanine level with a relaxing room and the access to the panoramic terrace overviewing the Rome roofs and the of S. Agnese in Agone Dome The main floor with its 4.5mt high ceilings, it is characterized by high quality finishes and furnishings and it opens with an wide entrance hall showing already high-end details, the luxury refined apartment rooms follow one to another, enhanced by exquisite floors and decorated celling, sophisticated woodwork and precious wallpapers, classic period frames, sumptuous marble pieces in elegant colors. An impressive reception area offers 100sqm living space dominated by an elegant decorated fireplace, a large dining room and a pool-table room. Next to the living area the beautifully equipped kitchen with a spacious anteroom working space and bar. A furnished corridor with wall wardrobes serves as a hallway to the sleeping area, with a wide master bedroom, charming for the elegance of the décor, featuring a dressing room and an impressive en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bathtub and box shower. Two additional bedrooms, both with bathrooms and dressing rooms, an hobby room with gym equipment and a study room complete this part of the house. An internal staircase allows the access to the mezzanine floors with a private second studio room, a lounge area and a terrace with its flowers, fruit plants and a panoramic view over the Rome roofs and Domes The upstairs floor accessible with a second staircase is arranged in a service area with laundry room, closets, cellars and an self-apartment used by service personnel In addition to two allocated parking spaces in the courtyard, the entire property also includes a ground floor apartment used as a private space by the doorman.