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2 months' rent required as a deposit. Additional fees payable on arrival. See landlord policies.
Unless your booking is long-term (1 year), your move-in date must be within 15 days of the availability date. If not, your booking request will not be accepted.
Located on Via Aldo Manuzio , there are 5 bedrooms for rent in this shared apartment. As you enter the flat, you are greeted by the big interior living room furnished with two big sofas and a TV. The kitchen is spacious as well, and opens to the interior patio that gives you a pleasant view of the surrounding flats. The whole apartment is completely renovated and fully furnished, and despite being an interior, it receives a lot of light that reflects off the polished floor. There are 2 huge bathrooms for 5 tenants to share. The neighborhood of the apartment is called Brera district and it is one of the nicest areas in which to live. You'll have everything from quaint bars to art galleries to immerse yourself in Italian culture day and night! The total area of this apartment is 130 m2.
Metro and tram station Repubblica is a 4 minute walk.
Rent to be paid every 3 months
Variable rent price
15-day payment policy
Additional fees required:
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
The Brera District is an elegant, quiet, and bohemian neighborhood very close to the city center. It is the perfect place to spend the evening after walking around historic sights such as the Duomo, La Scala or Castello Sforzesco, all of which are located about a 15 minutes walk from Brera. Brera is also known as the Soho of Milan, serving as a cultural hub and housing different kinds of shops, boutiques and art galleries. Brera District has nice elegant streets lined with stores and boutiques. Though the pedestrian streets make it difficult to get around by car unless you are familiar with the district- and even harder to find a parking spot- those considering moving to this district have little use of a car, since Brera District is well connected by the Tramway system. This area offers a wide variety of restaurants and bars where you can try a delicious Italian antipasti with spritz or negroni! For those who love art and enjoy unique Italian paintings, the Brera Picture Gallery (Pinacoteca di Brera) is located in this district.