Palazzo Raggi: an outstanding eighteenth-century palace of an ancient noble family, in the heart of Rome, at Via del Gambero 8, between Piazza Navona, Fontana di Trevi and Pantheon, comes back to life.
Designed by the architectural studios Tamburini and dL Engineering of Rome (restoration) and Scandurra of Milan (interior design), the palace has undergone a complete restoration that offers all comforts of today with great respect for the original materials and preserving the charm of the era. The aristocratic entrance leads into modern rooms, studied in detail, in line with the needs of everyday life. Three staircases, one of which is monumental, with the latest generation of lifts, serve the various floors for a total of 29 flats. All accommodations are unique and different from each other, four of which have large terraces. Each apartment has been given a distinctive name, taking inspiration from the great Italian masters: painters, sculptors, poets and composers.
Staircase B serves nine flats on five floors, two apartments per floor plus the penthouse. The main overlooks are on Via del Gambero, a pedestrian street, and the internal overlooks on the exclusive courtyard. The 'Vitruvio' flat, located on the first floor, consists of a double entrance leading to the living area and the service area. The living room and dining area overlook Via del Gambero, the kitchen overlooks the inner courtyard. The sleeping area consists of two comfortable bedrooms, one double and one single, all with en suite bathrooms for maximum comfort. A bathroom reserved for guests and various spaces designed to create practical wardrobes complete the property.
Palazzo Raggi thus becomes a historic residence capable of sustaining the rhythms of daily life thanks to the most modern services, such as concierge, video surveillance at the entrance for access to the ground floor and common areas, radiant floor heating, air conditioning, latest-generation home automation, and a dedicated hall for receiving guests. Cellars available.