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This landlord requires two months rent as a deposit.
Rooms are available for rent separately in a very trendy flat in Milan. This unique apartment has a lot of style, being a former gallery that has been recently renovated to a very high standard. The 85 sqm exterior flat is bright, airy and very stylish, decorated with colourful artwork and accessories that contrast very nicely with the white walls and fittings. Tenants will share use of one bathroom, a full kitchen, and a living area. The apartment is located on Via Privata Ulderico Ollearo, in Bovisa. The area is well-connected by public transport and offers a wide range of services, including restaurants and stores. There is a supermarket one block from the apartment and a 24-hour grocery store 10 minutes away. This flat would be ideal for students, being only a 15 minute walk from the Bovisa Campus of the Politecnico technical University of Milan.
This apartment is located on the ground floor of a building which is not equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and central water heating. A/C is available at an extra charge. You can dry your washing using a rack inside the apartment. Wi-fi is installed and it is activated. There will be a cleaning charge of 30/40€ (depending on the room) at the end of the tenancy. Parking space can be rented at an extra cost.
The apartment is seven minutes from tram station Via Mac Mahon Via Artieri (lines 1 and 12). Buses 190 and 78 stop two minutes from the flat.
The English speaking landlord lives in an apartment located above the rental flat and requires two months rent as a deposit. Smoking and pets are not allowed. Rent should be paid by cash.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
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.