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The Landlord only accepts female students and requires additional fees. Please read the Landlord policies carefully.
Located on Via Giuseppe Adami, this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom interior apartment is quiet and well-connected to the center. The neighborhood is to the south of central Milan and has lots of supermarkets. The flat has 2 double occupancy rooms and 1 single occupancy room available for rent and the shared spaces include the big, fully equipped kitchen with a TV, dining table, and a gas stove and oven, and 2 bathrooms. The rooms are very spacious and has plenty of space for tenants to stretch out. There is a big balcony, accessible via the kitchen, that looks over the tranquil surrounding area, and tenants can have a quick coffee on the lawn chair. All in all, this 110 m2 property would be perfect for those who want to meet new people while studying in the beautiful city of Milan!
This apartment is located on the 9th floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and central water heating. You can dry your clothes on racks inside the apartment or on the terrace. Biweekly cleaning of the common areas is included in the rental price.
Metro station Famagosta (line 2) is an 8 minute walk. Metro and train station Romolo (metro line 2, train line S9) is a 15 minute walk.
Guests: permitted (but may not stay overnight)
Rent payment method: bank transaction; credit card
Administrative fee: €244 (€122 to sign the contract, €122 for the final cleaning and to close the contract)
Registration fee: €61
For your booking to be considered officially confirmed, you must do the following:
Pay the deposit within 3 working days
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Students
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students
The closest neighborhood is Lorenteggio: The neighborhood of Lorenteggio is mainly residential, with many buildings built in the 1960s, and forms a part of the quartiere, or quarter, of Giambellino-Lorenteggio. The main streets of this district are Via Giambellino and Via Lorenteggio, where you can find a wide variety of stores. Via Lorenteggio and the surrounding areas are more well-off than the Via Giambellino, The quarter is characterized by its transportation network, allowing residents to access the city center with ease.