1 bedroom apartment, Milan

1 bedroom apartment

Milan, Italy
  • 1 bedroom
  • apartment
  • Furnished
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€850 Monthly
1 bedroom Furnished
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**2 months’ rent required as a deposit.**

## Apartment description
This modern and nicely decorated 1-bedroom apartment is available for rent on Piazza Firenze, with great transport links. The apartment has a living-room-and-kitchen area with a sofa and a large flat-screen TV. The windows are bright and look onto the Piazza. The kitchen is fully equipped, with a large fridge-freezer and an oven.

The piazza where this apartment is located marks the boundary between 3 districts of the city; Sarpi, which is part of Chinatown, and where you will find some of the best oriental food in the city; Ghisolfa, a formerly industrial but now quiet and residential district,? and Portello, where American Football enthusiasts will be able to get their fix.

## What we liked most
* This a bright and modern apartment, very tastefully decorated.
* There are fantastic transport links from the area.
* Any Americans who feel homesick will be able to get a taste of home in the Velodromo Vigorelli.
* There's a good chance to try some international cuisine in Chinatown if you are (somehow) starting to tire of Italian food.

## Additional details
* Property type: apartment
* Floor: 1st
* Wi-Fi installed: no
* Parking: on the street

## Landlord policies
* Speaks English: no
* Lives on property: no
* Deposit: 2 months’ rent
* Payment method: cash; bank transaction

## Transportation
* Tram routes 1, 14, and 19 all run through the piazza in front of the apartment.
* Several bus routes also run past the piazza.
* Portello Metro (line 5) is a 10-minute? walk
* Milano Nord Domodossola train station is a 15-minute walk.

## Neighborhood description

Sarpi is perhaps one of the calmest Chinatown districts, however, the area still homes many stores and restaurants worthy of your visit. An absolute perfect place to live for lovers of oriental food! The buildings still represent Milan as a whole, however, the community in Chinatown still exists - just take a walk down Via Paolo Sarpi and enjoy this oriental part of the city.


This small area transformed from an industrial district to a residential area was named after Ghisolfa Bridge. Operated by tramway and bus stations, this district is well-connected to the city centre.