Bright and quiet two bedroom two bathroom apartment for rent in Milan with two balconies, located on the third floor of a stately building (with elevator and porter) in Milan city center, in Brera neighbourhood and at a few steps from the Castello Sforzesco.
This cosy 95 sq.mt apartment opens up onto a small foyer leading to the living room, furnished with a comfortable double sofa bed, an armchair, a TV corner and a table for 4 people, in front of which is the access to the balcony (accessible also from one of the bedrooms), and leading then to the separate eat-in kitchen, fully equipped and complete with dishwasher and with a small balcony.
From the foyer a corridor also leads to the sleeping area, which includes a double bedroom with two small double beds, a dresser and a French window opening out onto the balcony, a second bedroom with a a small double, a single sofa bed, a writing desk and a dresser, and two bathrooms, one fitted with shower and washing machine and another with bathtub. At the end of the corridor is a storage room.
The living room and the bedrooms are fitted with parquet flooring and air conditioning. All the shutters are electric.
INCLUDED IN THE RENTAL PRICE:
- Bed linen and towels
- Final cleaning
- Average gas, water, heating and electricity consumption
- Welcome service
- Emergency maintenance
- Administrative charges (tourist tax excluded, if required)
Via Legnano is located in the very heart of Milan, thus it is very well connected to the city centre and the main places of interest.
In particular, thanks to its strategic location, from the apartment you can easily reach on foot or by public transport:
- Sempione Park, where you can indulge in a race or spend a lazy afternoon, and Castello Sforzesco, one of the biggest castles in Europe and a symbol of Milan;
- Milano Triennale, considered the Italian Institution for design, architecture, decorative and visual arts, as well as fashion and audiovisual production, which houses permanent and temporary exhibitions;
- the Brera district, excellent mix of history and modernity, tradition and innovation. Via Brera is famous for its art gallery, a national gallery of ancient and modern art, the Academy of Fine Arts and, mostly for the Brera Botanic Gardens. Boutiques of interior design and fine cafés are also typical of the neighbourhood;
- the Duomo, symbol of Milan, and Piazza della Scala, which houses the famous opera theater;
- the Royal Palace and the Museo del Novecento, which host various permanent and temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
The area is also made lively and dynamic by numerous restaurants and bars. In particular, we suggest:
- Pescetto, a great self-service fish restaurant;
- Procacci, in the heart of Moscova, to enjoy the best Florentine tradition;
- Osaka, one of the best Japanese restaurants in Milan;
- Meatbar de Milan, which offers some great tartare, grilled steaks and burgers;
- Pisacco, Italian bistro cuisine revisited by a star chef;
- Dry, famous for its gourmet pizza with unusual ingredients and a variety of cocktails;
- Ceresio 7, for a drink by the pool on a terrace overlooking the skyline of Milan.