This apartment, of about 70 sq.mt, is very bright and peaceful, since all windows overlook the shared garden. The flat has been totally renovated and refurnished at the end of 2016; in addition, it is provided with brand-new double glazed windows and doors in all rooms.
The apartment opens onto the living room, which comes with a table for 4 people, a single sofa bed (1,30 cm), a TV set and a bookcase; through an arch you enter the kitchen, provided with a nice balcony, fitted with a comfortable table for 2. The night area is composed of: an anteroom, comprising a functional storage room - with washing machine and cleaning products - a beautiful bathroom (with a combined tub and shower), featuring black marble details and big mirrors; a master bedroom featuring a wardrobe with 2 sliding doors, a chest of drawers and a writing desk with views of the shared garden.
The apartment has precious marble flooring in both the living room and the bathroom, wooden parquet in the bedroom.
InternetInternet connection is available upon request with portable Internet key (limited capacity).
The air conditioning unit is provided only in the living room.
Public transports The apartment is located in a central area and very well connected to the main points of interest of the city. You are moments from Sant’Agostino subway stop (green line MM2), from where you can easily reach both the Central Station (in about 15 minutes) and Cadorna subway and railway station (green line MM2, red line MM1), in about 5 minutes. Within 250 meters you find tramways 2, 10, 14 and 15, as well as bus lines 74, 94 and 325.
AreaViale Papiniano is located in Milan city centre, thus benefiting from a very strategic position, which will allow you to get to the main points of interest of the city in a few minutes.Some examples of what is within very easy reach, either on foot or by public transports: - Santa Maria delle Grazie church, which houses the famous Leonardo Da Vinci's ‘Cenacolo’, depicting the Last Supper of Jesus and the Apostles; - the Science and Technology Museum, located steps from Sant’Ambrogio subway station;- the Milan Triennale is also noteworthy (Cadorna stop): it is considered the Italian institution par excellence for design, architecture, decorative and visual arts, fashion and audiovisual production; - the MUDEC - ‘Museo delle Culture’ (Museum of Cultures), with its many spaces providing a rich cultural offer and several different services, such as permanent exhibitions, temporary shows, conference rooms and laboratories for adults and children, arranged on 17,000 sq.mt; - Porta Genova/Navigli district, doubtless one of the liveliest and most exciting districts of the city, thanks to the incredible array of restaurants, clubs and trendy cocktail bars; - the ‘Colonne di San Lorenzo’ (San Lorenzo columns), the famous square in Milan, which comes to life at nighttime. Especially during summer months, the square is filled with people, attracted by its countless entertainment opportunities.
The area abounds with restaurants and bars, such as: - ‘Langosteria Bistrot’, for a lovely fish supper in a refined restaurant; - ‘Trattoria Trinacria’, specialities and wines from Sicily under elegant lights and wooden upholstery in a vintage place; - ‘Pizzeria Spontini’, for a fantastic Italian pizza, 100% made with locally grown products; - ‘La Tradizionale’, a typical fish restaurant (‘trattoria’), where you can have a fantastic pizza; - ‘C’era una volta una Piada’, one of the best places in town where to have ‘piadina’ (a thin Italian flatbread, typically prepared in the Romagna region);- the ‘Gelateria della Musica’, reckoned as one of the best 20 ice cream parlours in the world.
Services in the area: - Esselunga (at 280 meters, in viale Papiniano) and Pam supermarkets (at 550 meters, in via Olona);- Olona pharmacy (at 200 meters, in viale Coni Zugna);- Unipol bank (at 200 meters, in viale Papiniano);- Post office (at 600 meters, in via Montevideo).
ParkingThe closest parking is located in Via Ariberto, 4 (at about 200 meters).