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March 23, 2016

Rent 2 rooms ripa di porta ticinese milano

Rent 2 rooms ripa di porta ticinese milano

Monthly price: 950eu. We offer one bedroom apartment of 55sqm on the third floor.

MONTHLY PRICE: EU 950

Rent 2 rooms ripa di porta ticinese milano

ROOMS 4

BEDS 1 beedrooms
2
sleeps

BATHROOM 1

OCCUPANCY 2 people

SIZE 55 square meters

FLOOR

TERRACE no

WIFI yes

DESCRIPTION OF Rent 2 rooms ripa di porta ticinese milano

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in via ripa di porta ticinese overlooking the Naviglio grande and near the subway stop Green Porta Genova, we offer one bedroom apartment of 55sqm on the third floor. The apartment comprises entrance hall, kitchen and dining room, bathroom, bedroom. The condo fees are 150 per month.

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STREET ripa di porta ticinese

METRO green stop porta genova

BUS 74, 325

TRAM 2
SERVICES
KITCHEN kitchen facilities

APPLIANCES washing machine

AIR CONDITIONING heating

OTHER elevator

REGIME short term rent: 950 eu
medium term rent: 950 eu
long term rent: 950 eu

EXTRA SERVICES weekly cleaner

HOUSE RULES

ARRIVAL TIME from 14.00 until 00.00 check in after 20:00 has an extra cost of eu 30.00 check in on weekends and bank holidays has an extra cost of eu 30.00

DEPARTURE TIME from 07:00 until 11:00 check ou after 20:00 has an extra cost of eu 30.00 check out on weekends and bank holidays has an extra cost of eu 30.00

RESTICTIONS no parties

PAYMENT 30% of the monthly rent to the reservation

DEPOSIT block on cash (3 months) refund: unblock at departure

KEYS DELIVERY in the apartment

AGENCY SERVICE 1 month payment in advance

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