- ROOMSUITE 1: 22 sqm, double bed, 3-door wardrobe, desk, bookcase, chest of drawers and balcony
- ROOMSUITE 2: 18 sqm, double bed, 3-door wardrobe, desk, bookcase, chest of drawers and balcony
- ROOMSUITE 3: 18 sqm, double bed, 3-door wardrobe, desk, bookcase, chest of drawers and balcony
- ROOMSUITE 4: 18 sqm, double bed, 3-door wardrobe, desk, bookcase, chest of drawers and balcony
The apartment is located in a typical nineteenth-century historic building and was completely renovated and furnished in 2019, preserving the original wood flooring. The fifth floor makes the rooms very bright and quiet and the balconies, present in all rooms, allow you to enjoy the outdoors in a pleasant and relaxing way.
Each room is single, private and equipped with all the necessary comforts: table lamps, desk, chair, chest of drawers, bookcase, 3-door wardrobe, mirror, bed kit (sheets, pillowcases, pillows, blanket and bedroom slippers) and bathroom kit (large, medium and small towel).
The kitchen is completely equipped with appliances and dishes.
The rent is all-inclusive and includes rent, condo fees, utilities (electricity, gas, water, wifi), heating and weekly cleaning of common areas.
THE DISTRICT: Santa Rita
Santa Rita is the most populous district of the city and in addition to all the services it is very convenient for the distance to the Polytechnic and the Faculty of Economics. Daily life in the Santa Rita district is punctuated by the famous Corso Sebastopoli market which, together with the Piazza d’Armi Park, Parco Rignon and Villa Amoretti, are among the most popular places for the inhabitants of the neighborhood.
Thanks to the Grande Torino Olympic Stadium and the Pala Alpitour, Santa Rita stands out for being the district voted to host the major international sporting and musical events and also the Olympic swimming pool of the Centro Nuoto Torino. From an architectural point of view, the church of Santa Rita, a jewel of neo-Romanesque style, and the Poveri Vecchi building, now home to the Faculty of Economics, are worthy of note.
The Santa Rita district is connected to the city centre by a dense network of public transport.