Two Rooms in a Shared Flat in the Bovisa district

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Description

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The landlord requires a deposit of 2 months.

This two bedroom, one bathroom shared apartment is located on Via Ollearo and is situated in the popular neighborhood of Bovisa. Each room is available for rent and are fully furnished with any amenity one would need in order to have a comfortable stay while in Milan. Bedroom 1 is equipped with a single bed, nightstand, chest of drawers and has a chic decor. Bedroom 2 has a double bed, comfortable wooden lounge chair, expansive desk and colorful design. The kitchen and living area have an open concept plan and features a rustic wooden dining table for four, wildly designed sofa, as well as plenty of storage for your kitchen needs. The Bovisa area is perfect for students who are attending the Politecnico technical University of Milan, as it is home to several of their major schools.

Details

The apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a building that is equipped with an elevator. You can dry your clothes on a rack inside the flat.

Transportation

The apartment has access to several bus stations that have service for 78, 90 and 190.

Landlord policies

The landlord does not live in the property and requires a deposit of 2 months. Rent can be paid by cash or bank transaction.

Bills included

Electricity
Water
Council Tax

Apartment features

Furnished
Elevator

More information

Suitable for: Professionals, Students

Neighborhood information

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.