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 50234.
Three combined apartments make up this 4-bedroom apartment on the 5th floor of a building with an elevator in Via Pergolesi. With a combined total area of 140 square-meters, the property is spacious and can comfortably host a large group of up to 12 guests. All units comprising Apartment 50234 can be accessed from a corridor behind a common entry door. The apartment is fully furnished in contemporary style equipped with modern amenities.
There are 4 bedrooms in this apartment, 3 of which are all fitted with queen-size beds, and the other one with two double sofa-beds. An extra double sofa bed is found on the living room. There are several living areas in the apartment furnished with comfortable sofas, TV’s, DVD Players and other stuff normally found in a living room.
There are 3 neatly-stocked full bathrooms equipped with shower, sink, bidet, and toilet. The floors are parquet in the bedrooms and marble in the halls and the kitchen.
Its four bedrooms have three double beds and two sofa beds and there is an additional sofa bed in the living room. It has three bathrooms. The floors are parquet in the bedrooms and marble in the halls and in the kitchen.
The apartment has WiFi access to the Internet and is equipped with air conditioning, washing machine and dishwasher.
The apartment faces both the park in Piazza Luigi di Savoia, next to the Central Station and the quiet interior court.
The building has daytime porter service and a video surveillance system during 24 hours.
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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