A product of recent renovations and subdivisions of large apartments into studios and one-bedroom apartments, Central Apartment units in Pergolesi are suitable for families or a large group of friends wishing to stay together and enjoy more privacy. Some of these apartments are still accessed through corridors behind the original common entry door and can be merged to form larger apartments.
One of the units is Apartment 1067.
Apartment 1067 is a charming 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment, fully furnished in a contemporary style and equipped with modern amenities. One bedroom is fitted with a queen-size bed, while the other with two single beds. A double sofa-bed can also be found on the living area making the apartment capable of hosting up to 6 guests.
The dining table seats 6 people and the kitchen is equipped with modern essentials to enable guests to prepare light to full meals. You’ll find a fridge, hob, microwave, oven, toaster, dishwasher, cutleries, etc.
It also has two bathrooms. One of the bathrooms is tiled in breccia marble while the other, overlooking the park in Piazza Luigi di Savoia is clad in Carrara marble. The floors are marble and parquet.
The apartment has a balcony facing the park in Piazza Luigi di Savoia near the Centrale station, while the bedroom with twin beds overlooks the quiet inner courtyard. The apartment is on the first floor above ground and accessed by two elevators and stairs. The building has daytime porter service and a video surveillance system during 24 hours.
The building has a daytime porter service and a 24/7 video surveillance system.
For laundry concerns, the apartment is also equipped with a washing machine, clothes drying rack and ironing facilities.
The entire apartment has WiFi internet access for added convenience of guests.
Central station: Airport shuttles to Malpensa and Orio al Serio, Linate Metro: M1, M2, M3 Surface transportation: 1, 5, 33, 42, 60, 81, 82, 90, 92, 728
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