Rooms for rent in 4-bedroom apartment near QT8 station

General info


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Special landlord policies and additional fees payable a week before entering the room.

A 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment measuring 140m2 with 4 rooms for rent. Included amenities include a kitchen and central heating.

The neighborhood of the flat is residential and well connected via metro and bus. Parco Monte Stella, a beautiful city park with a memorial, is right behind the apartment.


  • Floor number: 6
  • Elevator: No
  • Wi-fi: Installed and activated
  • Building fees: included in rent
  • Utilities: €50 per tenant, per month (payable to landlord)


  • Tube station QT8 (L1) is a 3 minute walk.

Landlord policies

  • Languages spoken: English, Italian

  • The landlord only accepts bookings starting within 2 weeks of the property's availability

  • The following fees and costs must be completed at least 1 week before entering the room:

    • Deposit: 1 month's rent
    • Rent for the entire stay, minus the month paid via Spotahome (if you will stay for 5 months, 4 months' rent will be due at this time)
    • Registration fee: 1% of annual rent
    • Contract stamps: €32
    • Administrative fee: €75 + VAT
    • Invoice stamp: €2
  • Additional information:

    • If check-out date is in July or August, there is a 1 month's rent penalty fee + €50
  • Utility bills:
    • Central heating and building fee: included in the price of rent
    • Other bills: €50 per tenant, per month (payable to landlord)

Bills included

Central Heat

Apartment features

Washing machine
Equipped kitchen
Balcony or terrace
Smoking allowed
Other heating system

More information

Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus

Neighborhood information

QT8 - this small neighborhood homes the same-named metro station, as well as Parco Monte Stella. Once just an experimental urbanization project, the district has quickly grown into a well-connected residential area, operated by the metro as well as several bus routes.