The Art Nouveau style from the early '900 is characterized in the fields of sculpture and architecture for the use of sinuous floral motifs, which can be seen on the façades of many buildings in this prestigious residential area - very well located between the Central Station and Porta Venezia/Città Studi.
Internal descriptionThe apartment, which has been recently fully renovated and refurbished (2015), is located on the second floor (with elevator) and is characterized by modern and functional furniture with a touch of design granted by the chandeliers designed by the famous brand Artemide.
It consists of:- a living area with a sitting area with sofa bed (140 cm) and TV 3D Samsung 46 '', and a fully equipped modern kitchen with electric oven, microwave, refrigerator Bosch, Smeg dishwasher, kettle and a round table for four people- a bedroom furnished with a double bed, a desk and a wardrobe closet- a bathroom with a shower and a utility room where there is the washing machine
The floor is made of Kerlite (cotto d'Este) in all environments. The windows look onto Piazzale Bacone.
AreaThe area of Piazzale Bacone and Via Morgagni is a nice context of valuable buildings in Art Nouveau style from the early '900.The area is rich in restaurants and bars, while Corso Buenos Aires, the famous shopping street, is about 100 meters away, thus easily reachable. A short distance from the apartment there are Montanelli Park and the Gardens of Porta Venezia - the biggest green area in the city centre - including the renovated Museum of Natural History, the Planetarium and a large jogging-area and children playground.In less than 15 minutes on foot, along Via Scarlatti, you can get to the Central Station. The Polytechnic of Milan is one kilometre away.
Cycling fans can enjoy the bike paths under in the neighbourhood to ride safely up to the area of Porta Nuova, home of the famous Unicredit skyscrapers and Bosco Verticale (the 'Vertical Forest'), and from the centre to the Sforza Castle.
ServicesIn Piazzale Bacone and in the nearby streets there are many shops, including two supermarkets (one just below the house), a deli-shop (El Pastee), bakeries, banks, pharmacies, hairdressers, and tobacco-shop. On Tuesday and Saturday mornings, the nearby Via Benedetto Marcello is home to the municipal street market.Corso Buenos Aires offers a rich choice of clothing and footwear stores (including Zara, Geox, Desigual, Vergelio, Promod Liu Jo, Levi's, Calvin Klein), bookstores (Feltrinelli), technology malls, ice cream-shop (Grom).
Not far from the apartment there are several restaurants, offering both Italian (e.g. Skuisito for fish dishes, La Piccola Ischia and Spontini for pizza) and international cuisine (try the sushi at Poporoya). For some local aperitif visit the traditional Bar Basso or Brasserie Brussels.For recreation, just a few minutes’ walk, you can find a children playground, the Bacone swimming pool and Cinema Plinius.
Public TransportsThe apartment is well served by public transport:- Metro Lima (red line), which in 4 stops leads to Duomo and it connects directly to line leading to Rho Fiera.- Metro Porta Venezia (red line)- Metro Loreto (green and red lines)- Bus No.60 to the Central Station or in Piazza San Babila- Bus No. 81 to Central Station or Lambrate railway station- Bus No. 92 (city line)
Parking is available on the street, with charge every day from 8.00 to 19.00 (within blue lines).