The apartment - of about 120 sq.mt - is located on the third floor (with elevator) and has been recently renovated, featuring top quality design items. Furniture, tailor- and hand-made, has been created by the designer Samuele Mazza. The lighting system is by Artemide, not to mention the other brands you find around: Kartell, Maggioni, Neff. Household appliances are by Miele, in the bedrooms you find top-quality memory foam orthopaedic mattresses. The paintings are unique pieces by Luca Rossi Schmidt, a promising young artist who personally took care of the decorations. Another remarkable feature is the lacquered white washed oak flooring.
The apartment offers a bright and quiet ambience, since all the windows overlook the rear of the building. It also comes with double glazed windows, air conditioning and mosquito nets in all rooms.
The apartment opens onto the hallway: from here you enter the living room, furnished with a L-shaped sofa, a TV corner and a table for 6 people. The kitchen, fully fitted and perfectly equipped, also features a microwave oven and a dishwasher. From the living room you get out onto the balcony with views of the surrounding greenery. Walking past the living room you reach two separate night areas: the first one comprises the double bedroom, which has a big 4-door closet, a writing desk, a TV set and an ensuite marble bathroom (with shower); the second one comprises a single bedroom (single bed, 120 cm large), furnished with a 2-door closet and a writing desk. The room has its own ensuite marble bathroom (with tub).
Internet connection: a mobile router is available (with limited capacity); upon request.
AREACorso di Porta Vittoria, located in the heart of Milan, is an elegant and upscale district, well served and perfectly connected to the city centre and the main points of interest. Some of the places within walking distance or a short metro/tram or bus ride away: - San Babila square, just moments away- Duomo, Milan’s landmark, and the Scala square, home to the famous La Scala theatre- the Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale) and the Museo del Novecento (20th Century Museum), housing both temporary exhibitions and permanent collections all year round- the Rotonda della Besana, a deconsecrated church standing in the middle of an impressive cloister and now used for art exhibitions- Villa Necchi Campiglio, a jewel of style and elegance at the heart of Milan, surrounded by a lovely, always open garden, where you can stand under the shadow of the imposing magnolias- the Milan Institute of the Blind (Istituto dei Ciechi di Milano), offering a one-of-a-kind experience, the ‘Dialogo nel Buio’: it’s an exhibition/journey standing apart from everything you have ever experienced before, because of the total lack of light and the fact that visitors must rely only on touch, hearing, smell and taste to explore the exhibition areas- the Quadrilatero della Moda (Milan’s Fashion District), enclosed between Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia, which offers the most exclusive jewelleries, boutiques and designer showrooms of Milan.
The area is also renowned for the many restaurants, clubs and bars. We recommend:- Pizzeria Spontini, for an authentic Italian pizza, made from 100% original Italian ingredients;- Lacerba, original restaurant-wine bar known for its excellent cocktails and culinary experiments;- Giulio Pane e Ojo, typical Roman tavern, preferring strong flavours and food quality;- Zio Pesce, famous for the Italian dishes of freshly caught fish; - Pizzeria Gino Sorbillo, your place if you are addicted to original Neapolitan pizza; - California Bakery, a trendy café with internal garden offering light desserts, US-style recipes and brunches.
Shopping lovers won’t be dissatisfied: moments way you find the renowned shopping malls Coin (Piazza V Giornate) and Rinascente (Piazza del Duomo).
Public transportsThe apartment is located only moments from the subway stop San Babila (red line MM1). Duomo square is about 15 minutes on foot. In very close proximity you also find several tramway and bus stops (tramway lines 12, 23 and 27; bus lines 54, 60, 65, 73, 84 and 94). Line 73 takes to Linate airport in about 30 minutes, whilst line 60 takes to the Central Station in less than 20 minutes.
Parking In the immediate vicinity there are 3 paid parkings: - Via Corridoni 5 - Via Carlo Freguglia, 6- Via Fontana, 2