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This landlord only accepts female students and requires additional fees. Please read the Landlord policies carefully.
This bright 2 bedroom apartment has 1 single room and 1 twin room for rent. Shared amenities include 1 bathroom with a washing machine and a full kitchen with a dining area. There is central heating throughout the apartment, allowing you to keep both the rooms and shared spaces warm during the winter months. This apartment is located on via Cambiasi in the neighborhood of Loreto, very close to a lively multi-cultural area known as Lambrate. This well-connected spot has access to the metro, train and bus networks and it is also within walking distance to both the Politecnico di Milano and the Università Degli Studi. The apartment is interior and has a floor area of 75 sqm.
This apartment is located on the first floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and central water heating. You can dry your washing using a rack inside the apartment or in the balcony. Biweekly cleaning of the common areas is included in the rental price.
Bus lines 62 and 55 stop within a couple of minutes from the flat. Metro station Udine (L2) is 6 minutes away and you can reach train station Milano Lambrate in 10 minutes.
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
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students
Loreto is a lively neighborhood with many bus lines. One of Milan's major shopping streets, Corso Buenos Aires, ends in this district, and the neighborhood houses many restaurants frequented by locals. In fact, some of Milan's best pizzerias can be found in Loreto, making this area an ideal location to dine out. The park Parco Trotter is nestled within this district.