Milan Neighbourhoods and Real Estate
Homebuyers who are looking into Milan real estate
can choose to buy a house or an apartment in Bovisa, Brera, Isola, Fiera
, or another of the Milan neighborhoods.
The Isola neighborhood
is an area which was teeming with debates, aperitivi, music, and performances during the Fuorisalone period. Today, it is attracting its share of young married couples, designers, and artists. If you are looking for Milan rentals in this area, you can get a semi-furnished, spacious apartment, consisting of three rooms with a private balcony. For €460 a month, you can get an apartment fitted with a washing machine and dishwasher, Wi-Fi, independent heating and air conditioning, in a traditional courtyard building in the Old Milan style.
If you prefer to buy a property, you can shop around the Brera neighborhood
, which is an old fashioned, romantic neighborhood with traditional trattorie, featuring ‘grandmother’s kitchen’, bakeries, and small vegetable shops. Here, you can buy an apartment of approximately 83 sq. meters, with one bedroom, one bathroom, a large living room, and a kitchen. Apartments like this are featured with gracious finishes (air conditioning, parquet, and red marble), cozy interiors, and a cellar. It will cost you around €790,000.
is another neighborhood in Milan
where you can look for Milan properties for sale. It is an area famous for trade fairs and exhibitions, with many tall palazzi and tree-lined streets. You can get a two-bedroom apartment with a kitchenette and a balcony, with an area of 85 sq. meters, for €350,000. For this price, you also get air conditioning, communal heating and a lift.
is another area to look for Milan real estate, which is the home to research laboratories, university buildings, industry, and shopping centres and services. If you are looking for inexpensive Milan condos, this is the place to be. You can buy a 3-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment for under €160,000.
If you are looking for something more luxurious, you can check the properties on offer in the Port Vittoria neighborhood
. Milan luxury real estate here costs about €3,500,000.
Milan realtors may offer you apartments in the Magenta neighborhood
as well. While half of it has hardly any shops, the area boasts many palaces with hidden gardens. Here, you can get a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment with a total area of 110 sq. meters for around €950,000. An apartment like this comprises of a kitchen, a lounge, and a total of three rooms. If you are looking for a more spacious apartment, you can get a place with 2 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, and 3 bedrooms for €2,200,000. You will get a 200-sq.m apartment in a quiet area, beautifully restored, and consisting of a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and a dressing room, a spacious dining room, and three additional rooms served by a bathroom. You also get a service area with an extra bathroom, a laundry area, and a large kitchen, along with a spacious garden terrace of 30 sq. meters.
is another of the Milan neighborhoods, centered around the central train station and offering many great restaurants, hotels, and cultural attractions. This is a good place if you are looking for inexpensive properties for sale. You can get a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment of 75 sq. meters for just €250,000. For this price, you can get an apartment in good condition, with central heating, a large living room, and a balcony, overlooking a quiet courtyard. If you prefer to buy an apartment in Giambellino
, you can get one with 4 rooms and 2 bathrooms and an area of around 150 sq. meters for €600,000.