rental 3 locals viale beatrice d’este milano italy
Rental 3 locals viale beatrice d’este milano italy
Monthly price: 2200eu. Viale Beatrice d’Este, a short walk from the Bocconi university, close to the canals and near the stop of the yellow metro Porta Romana, we offer spacious apartment of 120 sqm on the fourth floor and triple exposure.
MONTHLY PRICE: EU 2.200
Rental 3 locals viale beatrice d’este milano italy.
|BEDS||3 beedrooms |
|SIZE||120 square meters|
DESCRIPTION OF Rental 3 locals viale beatrice d’este milano italy
Viale Beatrice d’Este, a short walk from the Bocconi university, close to the canals and near the stop of the yellow metro Porta Romana, we offer spacious apartment of 120 sqm on the fourth floor and triple exposure. The apartment has an entrance hall, double room, one double bedroom, one single bedroom, two bathrooms, a kitchen, two terraces. The condo fees are 400 Euros per month and include heating, water and concierge service all day.
canon 2200 + 400
Rental 3 locals viale beatrice d’este milano Italy.does not include agency fees
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|STREET||vile beatrice d’este|
|METRO||Yellow line porta romana|
|REGIME||short term rent: 2200 eu |
medium term rent: 2200 eu
long term rent: 2200 eu
|EXTRA SERVICES||weekly cleaner|
|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|
|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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