Located in Brera, a stone’s throw from the Cadorna underground station, a five-minute walk from the Teatro alla Scala and the Castello Sforzesco, and a 10-minute walk from the Duomo, this 120-square-metre apartment is located in a building dating back to 1620, as evidenced by the plaque above the front door. It would seem that in the course of its history it has also been used as accommodation for the artists of the Teatro alla Scala. The apartment has two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. The living room is large and bright, complete the property with a laundry area that also serves as a third bathroom and a kitchen. It is located on the first floor. In 2009, an overall restoration of the building, both of the common areas and of all the apartments, was completed by a prestigious Milanese architectural firm (Asti Architetti), which used valuable specifications, and has undoubtedly carried out a non-trivial work, realizing both a conservative restoration reproducing also the pre-existing details (the boiseries, the round- ed ceilings, the elevator, etc.) and by inserting elements of “breakage” from the past by replacing the balconies that reduced the brightness of the inner courtyard with 3 walkways in steel and glass (a feature not common in period buildings). The colours of the interiors are soft with ivory marble on the walls, Roman travertine in the bathrooms and oak parquet in all the rooms, including the service rooms. There is a home automation control unit that at the moment has been set only for the optimization of electrical loads. There is also a predisposition for volumetric and perimeter burglar alarm. The windows perform an excellent thermal and acoustic abatement, so much so that despite being in the center of Milan in the rooms reigns almost silence, thanks to the fact that in front of the building there are no other buildings and then the noise disperses (does not bounce). The apartment overlooks a garden maintained by Armani with its megaposter design of the brand that make the view very pleasant and allow you to take full advantage of the very bright exposure to the south.