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Variable deposit. Additional fees. Variable rent prices. See landlord policies.
This three-bedroom apartment offers three bright fully furnished rooms for rent. Each room has its own fridge, television, independent key, desk and good storage space. This 82 sqm interior home is modern and nicely presented, with hardwood floors and large windows on every bedroom. Tenants will share use of a fully equipped kitchen with a small balcony, a washing machine and two full bathrooms. The apartment has a convenient central location on Via Luigi Settembrini, close to Milan's central station and Corso Buenos Aires. Plenty of services are on offer in the area such as gyms, banks, beauty salons, and restaurants, and there is a supermarket just a block away. The Politecnico di Milano is a five-minute tram ride away, or you can walk there from the flat in approximately 20 minutes. Rent includes all utilities, such as Wi-Fi and central heating, and also a cleaning service every week.
The apartment is two minutes from station Caiazzo, where you can access metro line 2, tram line 1 and bus lines 90, 91, 92 and NM2. Milan's central station is 9 minutes away.
Payment method: cash; bank transaction; credit card
Booking policy: booking requests will only be accepted if they are within a few days of the date at which the room becomes available
Weekend check-ins: not permitted (landlord office is closed)
Mandatory fees payable on arrival:
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
Stazione Centrale is where one can find the Stazione Centrale, or the Central Station, a point from which many national and international trains depart. It is characterized for its transportation access: there are many trains, metros, tramways and even cable cars that pass through the area. For those who love to travel, all buses with direct lines to the main airports depart from Stazione Centrale. Aside from transportation, the neighborhood is famous for being home to the Corso Buenos Aires street, a shopping area where one can find everything from boutiques to outlet stores. Truly representative of Milan's fashion culture, it proudly holds the title of highest concentration of clothes shops in Europe!