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This one-bedroom apartment to rent on Viale Certosa is on the fifth floor, but don’t worry, because there is an elevator. If an apartment could be described as fun, this would be it. All the furnishings are modern and stylish, but there are colorful splashes, like red chairs at the dining table in the equipped kitchen, jazzy door panels on the cabinet in the living space, a vibrant quilt hanging on the wall above the double bed, and touches of yellow in the spacious bathroom. You’ll feel right at ease in the apartment, and even outside the apartment as you sip a coffee or glass of wine on the balcony just off of the open-concept living areas.
Although Villapizzone has a rich history, it wasn’t until after WW2 that it transformed from a rural setting into a residential one. The train station has since made it an even more popular neighborhood filled with Milanese locals. You’ll find a number of interesting little cafés in your neck of the woods, but with a 5-minute stroll you’ll find the library, trendy stores and the Piazza Portello Shopping Mall, which has a hypermarket. The Centro Pavesi sports complex is just 12 minutes away, and here you’ll find a range of activities, from tennis to futsal and even beach volleyball.
* Property type: apartment
* Floor area: 55?m²
* Floor: 5th
* Elevator: yes
* Number of bathrooms: 1
* Maximum occupancy: 3
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Wi-Fi activated: yes
* Smoking allowed: no
* Pets allowed: no
* Building fees: included in rent
* TARI (refuse collection tax): included in rent
* The nearest metro station is QT8, which serves Line 1, but it’s 20 minutes away on foot. You can always have a short stroll to Viale Renato Serra and catch the number 91 bus, which stops closer to the station.
* Villapizzone railway station is a 20-minute walk away, but you can get there within 7 minutes by taxi.
* You can catch lines 1 and 14 of the tram service just 2 minute from your front door.
Located close to Bovisa district, the northern area of Villapizzone became the official district of Milan in 1869. Full of history, its existence dates back to 1346. Once just a rural district, the area became a popular residential choice after the World War II. Served by Milano Villapizzone train station and several tramway lines, living in this well-connected area will enable easy access to Garibaldi train station as well as the city centre.