House in Rome, italie

House
Primary residence
6 Sleeps
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
110
2 simple beds
2 double beds

Description

Marco has described his/her home in English.

What you will love about this home

Between Genzano and Velletri along the Appian Way in the private area of this villa, 3 bedrooms + living room and two bathrooms with a garden and gazebo and outdoor kitchen with barbecue, is rented for the summer months even weekly.Overview and surrounded by tall trees with a garden planted with tomatoes, cucumbers and zucchini and 'large about 130 square meters.Equipped with air conditioning, television, DVD player, stereo, Internet access, washing machine, electric water heater.5 beds in 3 rooms: one double bed, two twin beds separated, a sofa bed cm. 140.It is reached by the Via Appia Genzano after about 1 hour drive from Rome and 10 min. Genzano and Velletri. Visited upon request.Castelli Romani, see the link to know the interesting area: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castelli_Romani. The origin of the name Genzano is still disputed. According to a version, the hill overlooking the Lake of Nemi on which the city is situated was once devoted to the goddess Cynthia, whose cult was associated to that of Diana Nemorensis. Another version relates its origin to the Gentiani family. For others the presence on the hills, at that time of the ``tribus or gens Cynthia`` originators and custodians of the cult of courage, in ``Castrum Gentianum`` from them the derivation of the name Genzano. During the Roman empire the area was inhabited by wealthy Roman citizens who wished to benefit from the cleaner air, uncontaminated water and cooler temperatures during the hot summer months. The remains of many ancient Roman villas are to be found everywhere in the surroundings. The most impressive being the walls of the ``villa of the Antonini`` where the later Roman emperor Antoninus Pius (138 -161 AD.) was born. The Herculean Sarcophagus of Genzano, currently in the British Museum was found here.

What you will love in the neighborhood

Castelli Romani, see the link to know the interesting area: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castelli_Romani. The origin of the name Genzano is still disputed. According to a version, the hill overlooking the Lake of Nemi on which the city is situated was once devoted to the goddess Cynthia, whose cult was associated to that of Diana Nemorensis. Another version relates its origin to the Gentiani family. For others the presence on the hills, at that time of the ``tribus or gens Cynthia`` originators and custodians of the cult of courage, in ``Castrum Gentianum`` from them the derivation of the name Genzano. During the Roman empire the area was inhabited by wealthy Roman citizens who wished to benefit from the cleaner air, uncontaminated water and cooler temperatures during the hot summer months. The remains of many ancient Roman villas are to be found everywhere in the surroundings. The most impressive being the walls of the ``villa of the Antonini`` where the later Roman emperor Antoninus Pius (138 -161 AD.) was born. The Herculean Sarcophagus of Genzano, currently in the British Museum was found here.

Galleries/Museums, Cultural/Tourist Attractions, Restaurants/Bars, Theatres, Tennis, Canoe/Kayaking, Horseback Riding, Climbing

Lake of Nemi and Nemi, Genzano, Pratoni del Vivaro, Lake of Albano, Ariccia etc.

Additional information

Deposit 900 €
Insurance Required

Features

TV
WiFi
Dishwasher
Dryer
Washing machine
Microwave oven
Freezer
Oven
Fridge
Bathtub
Heating system
Disabled access
Baby gear
Computer
Internet
Garden
Swimming pool
BBQ
A/C
Fireplace
Elevator
Parking space
Car
Bicycle
Motorcycle
Doorman
Cleaning person

House rules

Smokers welcome
Pets welcome
Children welcome
Dog to feed
Cat to feed
Plants to water

Map

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