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This is a sunny shared apartment, with two spacious double occupancy bedrooms available for rent, located on Via Sidoli in the student-friendly neighborhood of Citta Studi. The quiet, interior apartment comes with a fully equipped kitchen, also featuring a dining area and a television, a shared bathroom, a storage area and two bedrooms, equipped with twin beds and plenty of storage space. The 85m2 apartment is ideal for students as it is located very close to University Politecnico di Milano and has plenty of transportation options that can take you to other universities as well as the city centre. The surrounding area is full of green streets, beautiful buildings and plenty of restaurants where you can enjoy some of the most delicious Italian food you will ever taste.
This apartment is located on the sixth floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your clothes inside the apartment or on the balcony. Wi-Fi is installed in the property and it is activated. Electricity, gas, Wi-Fi and cleaning service are 25€ per month.
The city centre can be reached in 24 minutes with the bus number 54. University of Milan is also just a short 20 minute bus ride away - just take the bus number 54 from P.le Susa station. You can reach University Politecnico di Milano in 15 minutes by foot or 10 minutes by bus number 91 from V.le Romagna P.le Susa station.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 850€ rent as a deposit which you can also use to pay the last month rent. Smoking is not permitted and pets are also not allowed. Rent can be paid by bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Citta Studi, translated as "city of the studies", is the one of the major student district of Milan. The Politecnico technical University of Milan, a public university, is housed in this area, in addition to many technical and scientific faculties of the University of Milan. As one may guess, there are many students that live in this area and thus one can find lots of cheap bars and restaurants. Though rent prices are not the cheapest, the district is popular nonetheless for those who prefer to live near their universities.