Four levels of luxury await in one of the most iconic homes in Rome! With 7 bedrooms, 6.2 bathrooms, this home has room for the entire family. Originally built for the Fahy family in 1890, the home has been lovingly renovated and expanded over the years. Original details include stained glass, multiple staircases, and restored crystal chandeliers. On the MAIN FLOOR, enter a foyer with original wood moldings. Formal areas include music room with full bath, two living rooms, and a banquet sized dining room featuring Dufour hand-painted paper. The same paper called, The Monuments of Paris hangs in the Metropolitan Museum. A casual den opens to the gourmet kitchen. The appliance suite includes Subzero refrigerators and drawers, Thermador double ovens, a 48” cooktop, and custom cabinetry with natural stone countertops. A three car garage and multiple porches complete the level. UPSTAIRS, the master suite includes abundant storage and a high end bathroom with stunning views. Additional bedrooms share two bathrooms. On the THIRD FLOOR, a bonus room, could be an office, playroom or theatre. Another bedroom and bathroom are tucked into the eaves. In the BASEMENT, an excercise room and wet bar open onto the lower terrace. The GARAGE APARTMENT, accessed from a separate staircase, has a living room with kitchenette plus two bedrooms and a bathroom. OUTSIDE, the landscaping is nothing short of amazing. Multiple water features with access to a well, formal gardens, a bocci ball court, and stone terraces provide ample opportunities to entertain and connect with nature. All of this plus a new roof make for a gracious home that is both easy to live in and accessible to all that Rome has to offer.