Via Bramante da Urbino
Via Bramante is the connection between Piazza Monumentale and Piazza Lega Lombarda, and the intersection with the commercial Via Paolo Sarpi. In recent years, Via Bramante has undergone significant redevelopment: equipped green squares such as “Il giardinetto di via Bramante”, the underground public multi-storey parking lot. Adjacent to the building where the house for sale is located, the works of the former Enel area have been recently completed and its 2400 square meters are now exhibition area of the Compasso d’Oro Museum, seat of collections and permanent exhibitions complementary to the Triennale. Another six hundred square meters are used for the foyer, cafeteria, bookshop and Ceresio 7 Pools & Restaurant, which is accessed directly from the courtyard of the building through a pedestrian alley. In the immediate vicinity there is access to the Monumentale subway station, strolling in the lively street food Sarpi, jogging in Parco Sempione or reaching the streets of the Milanese movida Garibaldi-Moscova.
The building is an old railing house of the early twentieth century completely renovated in the common parts and in the interior of the housing in 2005. The property is on the fourth and top floor. The entrance is well disengaged and leads to the living area consisting of the living room and large kitchen, all with exposure on Via Bramante, or west. The sleeping area, consisting of two double bedrooms, is very quiet as the exposure on the internal viaduct guarantees tranquility. The property includes two bathrooms both with windows and a balcony with access from the common landing used as a drying rack.
The property is renovated with a ducted air conditioning system.