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September 14, 2016

Four rooms rental 100 sqm milano via tolentino fiera area

Four rooms rental 100 sqm milano via tolentino fiera area. Apartment of 100 sqm on the first floor on via tolentino. Monthly price 1000eu

The flat is near  lilac metro stop Jerusalem and near Corso Sempione. Entrance hall, 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, living room and one bathroom. The condo fees are 200 Euros per month and include heating, water and concierge.

For four rooms rental milano via tolentino fiera area you can have apartment furnished or empty.

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