Apartment for sale in Corso Como, in Milan
In Milan's exclusive “Corso Como” residential area, beating heart of the city's nightlife, there is this lovely and completelt-refurbished modern apartment for sale.
This area has lately undergone an important renovation project that saw the building of the new Gae Aulenti square and of some majestic towers that have given a new shape to the city's skyline.
This property is on a residential street close to Corso Como, aloowing it to enjoy a quiet and intimate context in a lively city that offers refined places to eat and drink and exclusive boutiques for those who love shopping.
This apartment measures approximately 100 m2 overall and is composed of a living room with an open-plan kitchen, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms equipped with a hydromassage shower featuring a cromotherapy system where you can enjoy nice relaxing moments.
This apartment has been designed with great attention to detail, creating a refined and elegant atmosphere.
This property is perfect for those who love exclusive and intimate contexts but also wish to be close to all the servies offered by a modern, buzzing city like Milan.
price: Up to 2,5M
Internal surface: 100 m2
Piazza Duomo 3 km – Stazione Centrale 3 km – Milano Linate Airport 9 km – Malpensa Airport 50 km
price: Up to 2,5M
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Milan is the second largest city in Italy, a cosmopolitan, European city, and the economic pulsating heart of the country.
After WW2 Milan became a city of opportunity and today it is the financial capital of Italy, the reign of fashion and of Made in Italy design, a point of reference for both businessmen and for artists, photographers and designers.
The city is rich in history and has to be discovered and explored, with its magnificent monuments, piazzas and churches.
The Cathedral is the emblem of the city with its stunning Gothic architecture, it is a massive and articulated building, with tall pinnacles in gold-plated copper. Close to it, there is the church of Sant'Ambrogio, one of Italy's most ancient examples of the Lombard Romanesque style.
In the historic town centre we can find Milan's famous fashion district, as famous as those in Paris and New York; it includes Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, Via Manzoni and Via Sant'Andrea, these are the undisputed symbols of the Italian and international Ready-to-wear, home to the world's most important fashion houses and to exclusive cafès and jewellery shops that complete this luxurious area of the city.