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 10567.
This apartment is a combination of apartment 105 and apartment 1067, which are accessed from a corridor behind a common entry door. The apartment is complete with living, dining and kitchen area. It has 4 bedrooms and 3 well-stocked bathrooms. Together, apartment 10567 boasts a total area of 130 square-meters and can very well host a large group of up to 10 people.
The living area is furnished with comfortable sofa, a TV and a DVD Player. A dining table and chairs can be found on the dining area and the kitchen is equipped with modern kitchen tools and appliances. You’ll find a fridge, microwave, oven, toaster, dishwasher, and other kitchen essentials.
Two of the bedrooms are fitted with queen-size beds, one with a double sofa-bed, and the last bedroom with two single beds. An extra sofa-bed for two can be found in the living area. This apartment features a beautiful blend of parquet and marble flooring.
The 3 full bathrooms all have a shower cubicle, sink, bidet and toilet.
The apartment boasts 3 different views. It has a balcony overlooking the park in Piazza Luigi di Savoia, next to the Central Station, one room overlooks the street of Pergolesi and the last room faces and overlooks the quiet courtyard.
The apartment has WiFi access to the Internet and is equipped with air conditioning, washing machine and dishwasher.
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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