Milan Apartments for sale near San Babila

For sale, Luxury

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  • via san damiano 4
  • planimetria appartamento 1
  • planimetria appartamento 2
  • planimetria appartamento 4
  • location
  • position
  • area

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 APPVL6

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 Milan Apartments for sale near San Babila

Milan in via San Damiano 4, adjacent to San Babila we offer 3 apartments of various sizes for sale, on the second floor of an elegant building.

The first apartment is about 228 square meters. Divided into a living area with a large living room and separate kitchen, as well as a bathroom and a pantry area. The sleeping area has three bedrooms, two of which are ensuite, a bathroom and a laundry room. The apartment overlooks the interior of the house, overlooking the park of Villa Campoglio.

The second is spread over an area of ​​about 140 square meters. Large open area with open kitchen. Two bedrooms en suite. Laundry.

The third of about 150 square meters, has a large living area, living room, kitchen, laundry room. In the sleeping area there are two ensuite bedrooms, one of which has a wardrobe. The elegant apartment for sale overlooks both via San Damiano and inland, ie the park of Villa Campoglio. The view of the park can also be enjoyed from a large balcony that includes the living room and one of the two bedrooms.

Description of the finishes of the apartments for sale Milan San Babila
The apartments have been completely renovated, with attention to detail and excellent specifications of high standing. Central heating system with calorie counter, independent multisplit air conditioning system. Soundproofing. New electrical system. Burmese Teak floor. Original windows restored with low emissivity windows for energy containment and noise abatement. Security door. Moreover, original renovated interior doors.

Position

The apartments for sale Milan San Babila are in a central area of ​​the city. Piazza San Babila is a square located in the historic center of Milan; Corso Vittorio Emanuele II connects it to Piazza del Duomo. San Babila has long been the meeting point favored by the Milanese upper middle class. In addition, a large part of the architectures that delineate it date back to the thirties, during the fascist era. It takes its name from the wonderful basilica of San Babila.

 

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