Orsa Minore Studio apartment for students renting in Milan
is an elegant 40 square metre studio apartment on the first floor with brick walls and 6 metre high ceilings with exposed wooden beams. This flat has a bathroom, a living room with an open kitchen and a charming four-poster bed.
Extras on demand
The sleeping area of Orsa Minore features an elegant four-poster double bed suitable for up to 1 or 2 students and designed to optimise space.
The kitchen is equipped with:
- oven, hob and hood
- sink and refrigerator
- crockery and recycling kit
The bathroom is equipped with:
- shower cubicle, washing machine
- hairdryer, bidet and washbasin
- cabinet and mirror
Living room and study area
The living room is very comfortable and consists of:
- desk for studying
- cabinet with television
- clothes rack
- sofa and dining area
The Aldebaran flat is located in our headquarters in Via Pietro Pomponazzi 3, Milan. In zone 5, the neighbourhood has all the services a student needs to live comfortably.
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How to book the flat?
Ask to be put on the waiting list via the contact form.
Can I rent just one room?
No. We do not rent rooms but you can rent the whole flat for single use or double use if there are two applicants.
Is the student residence during the Covid pandemic open?
Yes. It continues to be fully operational in its mission to support students. See tips for living well in Milan.
How long do contracts last at Residence Chiaralba?
Contracts are for 12 months and generally start in September and end in August, in parallel with the duration of the university academic year.
Possibility of having an occasional guest
You can receive a guest from time to time by following the rules, you can ask the administration how to do this.
Can I share the flat?
Yes. If you have a university colleague who would like to rent the flat with you, you can request the Chiaralba residence formula for double use.
Do you organise sharing?
No. We don’t organise sharing. The search for the right roommate is always your mission. Happy hunting!