Ennio Morricone’s penthouse has managed to be sold after the death of the genius composer. He spent more than thirty years living there, with some of the best views in all of Rome and rooms full of details that conquer anyone.
Some may think that 12 million euros is a huge amount, but possibly that’s because they haven’t seen how incredibly precious it is the house of one of the world’s most famous composers and conductors. Today we are going to tell you in detail what the house looked like, how it was laid out and what the director liked best.
All the details about Ennio Morricone’s penthouse apartment
Over time we have had much different news about Ennio Morricone’s penthouse, and this is why its sale has caused enormous curiosity. And the truth is that it is completely normal, because the house is absolutely amazing.
- The apartment has two huge floors, and on the top floor, as we already told you, there is an incredible terrace with the best views of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
- On the lower floor is Ennio Morricone’s famous salon, which has been photographed so many times. Its coffered ceiling more than five meters high is the delight of any art lover.
- From this same room, the huge windows give way to the famous panoramic view of Ennio Morricone’s penthouse, which is the Altare della Patria. On this first floor there are also other incredible rooms: four bedrooms and four bathrooms. There was also one of the artist’s studios.
- On the other hand, the best is yet to come as you go up the stairs of the house: on the top floor there are three living rooms, also some bathrooms, and the best of all, which is the terrace. But it is also possible to go up to a terrace on a third floor… Can you imagine being able to enjoy that panoramic view in your own home? Well, you would only have to consider offering more than 12 million to get that house!
In addition to knowing this kind of details, you will be surprised by the fact that Ennio Morricone’s house was built… No more and no less than during the 16th century! It was designed by Giacomo della Porta and this can be perceived with the aesthetics and the way the whole building is structured.
When the genius passed away, it was Christie’s gallery that was in charge of putting it up for sale, and making anyone interested see the enormous amount of virtues that a home like this one, of course, has. What did you think of this amazing house in Rome? Would you live in it?