Perched at the highest point of Rome’s Parioli district, a dreamy penthouse of 527 square meters—with equivalent space dedicated to two levels of terraces—commands extraordinary 360-degree views. The five-bedroom, six-bath haven is a blank slate, so can be personalized to the most exacting tastes. The courtyard will accommodate up to four vehicles. Located in the Palazzina Colombo, designed in 1938 by the Architect Mario Ridolfi, a well-known exponent of Italian Rationalism, the building’s logical conception of space grew from the idea of a court house developed into a multi-level residential structure.


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