50 sq. mt flat set in a well-served area at the mezzanine of a building from the 50s.
The quiet apartment comprises an hall, two bedrooms, a large living room, a kitchen, a bathroom, a large balcony and a cellar.
The flat of 90 sq.m. is composed by a living room, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms a bathroom and a cellar at the basement.
The living room and the Kitchen have a balcony that looks on the common internal garden.
The house, carefully refurbished, boasts stunning décor.
The building is of quite importance in architectural and urban planning history of Monza.
The building planner, Fredi Drugman, was a great exponent of Italian architecture from the 50’s and 60’s and he was also a teacher of two of the most important Italian schools of architecture (Venice and Milan).
The area is well served with public transport and shops.
A common garden surrounds the 4 floors building.
The double aspect apartment has been completely refurbished.
Oak prefinished floorboards 15-cm thick.
Tiled bathrooms floor with brown – coffee porcelain tile by Ceramica Vogue
White bathroom porcelain facing by Vogue
White Switches and sockets by Bticino, Light line.
Satellite television system.
Each room is air-conditioned by an air-conditioner with heat pump.
Central heating with cast iron radiators.
Wooden double glazing windows.
Sliding and leaf wooden doors lacquered white.
Wooden skirting board lacquered white 10-cm tall.