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This landlord accepts female students only and requires the payment of additional fees upon arrival. Please check the Landlord's policies carefully.
This two-bedroom all-female student-flat offers two shared rooms for rent. Each room is furnished with two single beds that can be rented individually. Shared amenities include one bathroom with a bathtub, a washing machine, and a common room featuring a television and a fully equipped kitchen. This 80 sqm exterior flat has air-conditioning, and rent includes all utilities and a cleaning service twice a month. The apartment is located on Via degli Imbriani, 4.5 kilometres from the city centre and close to the Bovisa Campus of the Politecnico di Milano. The area offers a good range of local amenities, with a supermarket, restaurants, bars, and shops within walking distance. Tram line 2 stops right next to the apartment and can take you to Milan's city centre in 25 minutes.
This apartment is located on the fifth 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. Wi-Fi is installed and it is activated. Rent includes a cleaning service twice a month.
The apartment is a minute from station Via Imbriani Via Scalvini, providing access to tram line 2 and bus line 92.
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
Bovisa is the home to the Bovisa Campus of the Politecnico technical University of Milan. Home to their schools of Design, Architecture and Industrial Engineering, the area is currently experiencing a lot of changes: its recent transformation into a university district has converted this district into an up and coming art and design hub. Bovisa is characterized by abandoned or restructured industrial and factory buildings, one of which houses the Architecture faculty of the Politecnic University.