|4 Beds||2 Baths||160 mq|
The real estate unit is located in via Podgora, a quiet and peaceful street, in the eastern sector of Milan’s zone 1, between the Cerchia dei Bastioni and the Navigli area, in a historic building with concierge service and lift, a few steps away from the Court and from the heart of the city. It has a North-South orientation, it overlooks the road towards East and South. The external façade is stands out for the details in stone and the painted decorations of great value. The house is located on the first floor out of four.
The real estate unit we offer exclusively has a commercial area of 160 square meters, well distributed among: entrance, hallway, living room with balcony, kitchen with balcony, 4 bedrooms, two bathrooms; it is characterized by its double exposure overlooking Via Besana and the inner courtyard.
The building, bright and quiet, is in good condition and has air conditioning. The property also includes an attic and a tiled and isolated cellar very well usable.
BUILDING: prestigious and elegant, dated back to the early 1900s; concierge service, elevator and condominium yard, in excellent condition in all its internal parts. To date, no extraordinary maintenance is planned. The condominium fees are appropriate to the context, taking into account the concierge service and the central heating.
SERVICES: near the Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico and the Università Statale di Milano, the area, included in the Historic Center is well supplied by all the main shops; 5 minutes walk from the Giardino della Guastalla, near the Court. The area is well served by public transport: a few meters from the tram stops No. 9 – 19 – 27 and the bus lines No. 60, 65, 73 and 84. Parking spaces (yellow stripes) for residents and slopes cycling.
Very close even to the most renowned educational schools, both public and private.
PORTA VITTORIA: (called Porta Tosa until 1861) it is one of the four doors of Milan, built along the Spanish ramparts, now demolished, as a branch of the Venice gate. Located to the East of the city, it opened along the road to Limito. The neoclassical arch was demolished at the end of the Nineteenth century. Today only the toll booths, located on the sides of Piazza Cinque Giornate survive, at the mouth of Corso di Porta Vittoria.
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