Bright and quiet 1 bedroom apartment of 50 sq. mt. located in a lush, well served residential neighborhood in the Washington area.
Entering the apartment is the entrance with a large storage closet. Next to the living area is the open plan kitchen, complete with refrigerator, freezer, microwave, and washing machine. The living area is furnished with a 2 seater sofa, TV, and a table for 4 guests. From this room you can also access the balcony, which overlooks the condominium garden.Completing the apartment is the sleeping area with a bathroom with a bathtub that can also be used as a shower and sanitary facilities, and a large double bedroom, furnished with large closets, dresser, 2 joined twin beds, and bedside tables with abat-jours.
** This apartment requires the payment of the tourist tax: €3 per person per night, for up to 14 nights.
InternetA wireless internet connection with a portable unit is available on request.
ParkingThe nearest car park is the Cd Autorimessa, on Viale Misurata, 27/a (approximately 200 m from the apartment).
Public transportation- Wagner metro stop (metro line MM1 - red) 1.3 km- Sant’Agostino metro stop (metro line MM2 - green) 1.5 km- Milano Cadorna train station, reachable via metro line MM1- Milano Porta Garibaldi, Centrale and Lambrate train stations reachable via metro line MM2- Buses 50, 58, 61, 90, 91 (within 250 m)
AreaThe apartment is located on Via Fra Bartolomeo (Washington-Solari area), in a strategic location that allows you to reach the main points of interest in a short time.In particular, the apartment is easily accessible on foot or by public transportation to:- Santa Maria delle Grazie church, which houses the famous Leonardo Da Vinci's ‘Cenacolo’, depicting the Last Supper of Jesus and the Apostles; - the Science and Technology Museum, located steps from Sant’Ambrogio subway station;- the Milan Triennale (Cadorna stop) is also noteworthy: it is considered the Italian institution par excellence for design, architecture, decorative and visual arts, fashion and audiovisual production; - the National Theater, one of Milan’s most important theaters, considered the temple of musicals;- Casa Verdi, a historic nursing home for musicians where Giuseppe Verdi's crypt is located, together with his personal belongings and art collections;- the MUDEC - ‘Museo delle Culture’ (Museum of Cultures), with its many spaces providing a rich cultural offer and several different services, such as permanent exhibitions, temporary shows, conference rooms and laboratories for adults and children, arranged on 17,000 sq.mt; - Porta Genova/Navigli district, doubtless one of the liveliest and most exciting districts of the city, thanks to the incredible array of restaurants, clubs and trendy cocktail bars; - the ‘Colonne di San Lorenzo’ (San Lorenzo columns), the famous square in Milan, which comes to life at nighttime. Especially during summer months, the square is filled with people, attracted by its countless entertainment opportunities.
Services in the area- Esselunga (Via Washington, 500 m) and Pam supermarkets (Via Vincenzo Foppa, 650 m)- UniCredit bank (Via Washington, 300 m)- Vesuvio pharmacy (Piazza Vesuvio, 700 m)- Post office (Via Stromboli, 600 m).