It is not everyday a property in Milan is featured in the New York Times Real Estate Section. But today, Engel & Völkers is thrilled to have a triplex loft near Sempione front and center in a lengthy NYT article.
The four-bedroom home is in a recently converted industrial building. It is a stand-alone unit, currently on the market for 2.3MM Euros ($2.44MM). With an open floorplan, soaring vaulted ceilings (20ft high), and an energy-efficient geo-thermal cooling system, this apartment epitomizes thoughtful architecture for luxurious modern living. It has top-of-the-line appliances, including a high-end prosciutto slicer–lest you forget you’re in Italy. It also has a fabulous indoor pool, just in case Italy gets hot in the summer.
The New York Times used this unit to spotlight the Milan market, which has been on the rise since 2014 after a period of financial instability. Although Milan attracts mostly local buyers, you too can slice prosciutto in your own fabulous Italian loft if you purchase this home as a pied-à-terre.
For more information on this property or the Milan market, contact Roberto Magalio of E&V Milan at (011 39) 02 9443 3331.