Self-contained property portfolio located in a central area of Milan. The building, built at the beginning of the twentieth century, is for residential use and almost completely let.
17 property units are currently let, 3 are still vacant, along with the caretaker's lodge
The building has a single pedestrian and car access on the main front on Corso di Porta Romana, 91. The entrance gives access to an internal courtyard and a large garden belonging to one of the units. The property has one undergound floor, used for the cellars of the residential units, and five floors above ground. There are 21 residential units, including the caretaker’s lodge: 17 of these are currently let with controlled rent and freely negotiated contracts (in compliance with law 431/98) and 3 are vacant. The property is restricted in compliance with law 1089/39 and its sale has been authorised by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism with the restriction that it must remain for residential use. The property, with two separate stairways both with lift to all the floors, is in a normal state of maintenance in terms of the common areas and the individual property units.
The property is located in a central zone of the Municipality of Milan (1,337,155 inhabitants), capital of the province of the same name (3,196,825 inhabitants), and the largest municipality of the Lombardy region and second largest Italian municipality after Rome. The building is located on Corso di Porta Romana, an important road that from Porta Romana reaches all the way to the city centre in Piazza Missori, from which Piazza Duomo can be accessed with Via Mazzini. The property is located inside the Cerchia dei Bastioni within the perimeter of “AREA C” restricted traffic zone. The area has excellent public transport, with numerous buses and tram lines, and the metropolitan railway (line 3 – Crocetta stop) 250 m from the property. Piazza Duomo is 1 km from the area, the “Bocconi” university 1.3 km and Parco Sempione is 2 km away.