7 Beds 4 Baths 315 mq

Property Description

Next to Piazza San Babila, a few meters from the Palace of Justice, in an elegant context, we offer in a stable 30 ‘with concierge service and lift, prestigious apartment on the 3rd floor on 5 of about 315 square meters, category A / 2 .

The apartment is currently composed of: 3 ENTRANCES, large living room with dining area and balcony, kitchen with balcony, 7 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The property is completely to be restored, excellent almost rectangular cut, the flexibility of its rooms makes this property particularly suitable for any type of renovation and / or enhancement. Quadruple exposure, bright, high ceilings H 3.20.

It lends itself to multiple solutions. Ideal both as a representative residence and as an investment for income. Available for our customers the study and the project of splitting into 6 units of 50 square meters or 10 hotel-type suites. Study carried out by Leonardo Gestioni property management.

REQUEST: € 2,675,000.00

STABLE: Elegant 1930s, with concierge service all day, lift, excellent condition in all its internal and external parts, extraordinary maintenance work is not planned to date. The condo fees are appropriate to the context, taking into account central heating with radiators.

CONDOMINIUM EXPENSES PER YEAR: € 6.600,00 approximately

SERVICES: Close to Porta Monforte and Piazza San Babila, in the neighborhood there are many first and second necessity activities such as shops, restaurants, bars and supermarkets. Well served by means of transport 250 meters from MM1 San Babila (red line) and near bus stops n ° 54 – 61 – 94 – NM1 NOTTURNA – NM3 NOTTURNA.

HISTORICAL CENTER – SAN BABILA: The city hall 1 of Milan includes the entire historic center, starting from the geographical center of Milan in Piazza Duomo up to the circle of the Ramparts.
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. Much of the architecture that outlines it dates back to the 1930s, in the fascist era. The square is remembered for being the so-called “black trench” of Milanese neo-fascism of the seventies. It takes its name from the basilica of San Babila.

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For further information, do not hesitate to contact us on 02 – 84 25 30 10.

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