Palazzo Raggi: an outstanding eighteenth-century palace of an ancient noble family, in the heart of Rome, in 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), this palace has undergone a complete restoration offering all today's comforts, with great respect for the original materials and preserving the charm of the era. The aristocratic entrance leads into modern rooms, conceived in detail, in line with the needs of everyday life. Three monumental staircases, together with the latest generation of lifts, serve the various floors where one finds 29 flats. All the apartments are unique and different from each other, four have large terraces. Each apartment has a distinctive name, taking inspiration from the great Italian Maestri: painters, sculptors, poets and composers.
From Staircase A, the monumental neoclassical staircase with the main views on Via Del Corso and the internal courtyard, there is access to the 'Tosca' unit. The property, located on the seventh and top floor of the building, has a level terrace of over 50 square meters above Via del Corso with views of the dome of San Lorenzo in Lucina. This magnificent residence enjoys an amazing double exposure: the living area entirely overlooks the panoramic terrace, while the sleeping area has dominant views both over the exclusive courtyard and over the rooftops of Rome, embracing from the bell tower of the Church of San Silvestro to those of Trinità dei Monti, Villa Medici and the Pincio. The floor is served exclusively by both the lift and the monumental staircase. The high standing of the property is evident from the entrance hallway, which once crossed leads to the bright living area consisting of a dining room and two large halls. A corridor separates the living area from the sleeping area, where we find four bedrooms, each served by its own en suite bathroom, as well as a guest bathroom, and facing Piazza di Spagna. The master bedroom is served by two bathrooms and a walk-in wardrobe and has windows overlooking Via del Corso. In the staff quartiers, we find a bedroom, a bathroom, a laundry room and a large eat-in kitchen with an adjoining dinette, the latter directly connected to the representative dining room. A spiral staircase leads to a study/small living room on the turret, which on one side faces the living area.
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.