Via Boccaccio, 225mq con terrazzo – A romantic penthouse with a 360 ° open terrace on Milan.
A splendid 225 sqm penthouse with a large 40sqm terrace rises to a panoramic top sixth floor revealing 360 ° views that embrace the Milanese skyline. The appeal is that of an ultramodern and romantic apartment, which can be perfectly remodeled thanks to a floor plan that is easily adaptable to every need, inserted in a period context in the beloved Magenta area, so residential-chic. The entrance, already from the property stairs, reveals the modern spiral staircase that leads to the large habitable terrace on the seventh floor, surrounded by greenery, by the dome of S. Maria delle Grazie and by the towers of the Castello Sforzesco, next to the new skyscrapers. The living room is large and spectacular with the roof that plays in a sinuous way with the volumes of the dormers and with the delightful and modern fireplace. Each square meter is used in a functional way, opening up a large convivial living room, a study area and a dining room, as well as comfortable hidden storage areas. The modern and furnished kitchen has a separate laundry room next to it. The sleeping area is preceded by a wardrobe corridor that leads to two bedrooms with custom wardrobes, each served by a beautiful renovated bathroom, one with tub and one with shower. On the other side of the house there are three further single bedrooms with custom wardrobes, served by a third bathroom with bathtub and with an independent entrance that makes it a small separate two-room apartment. Air conditioning and alarm, the house is free and renovated. The period building, with beautiful facades recently redone, includes autonomous heating, concierge service all day and a lift up to the fifth floor. MM1 Cadorna and Malpensa Express at 400mt, Parco Sempione at 500m. Class G – Ipe 184.29.
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