When we visited the property, this room was occupied – we’ll get the photos next time around.
This bedroom has a single bed.
There are three bedrooms available for rent in this four bedroom, two bathroom apartment located on Calle Rosa Chacel in the Norte district of Granada. This area, denominated "Parque Nueva Granada" or "New Granada Park", is residential and quiet, so it would be perfect for those who prefer to live in a tranquil neighborhood. The apartment's proximity to several faculties of the University of Granada also makes it an ideal choice for those studying at these educational centers.
This apartment is located on the third floor of a building which isn’t equipped with an elevator. It has single electric heating and electric water heating. You can dry your clothes racks in the terrace. The price of rent doesn’t include utilities (water, electricity, heating and Wi-Fi). The minimum lease for this apartment is 150 days (5 months).
The bus line U1 and U3 is within a 5-minute walk from the apartment.
The non-English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is not permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by cash or bank transaction.
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Norte Modern and local
Overview An area with a small-town feel.
Living here you will be treated to a true Granada experience.
Norte edges the foothills of the surrounding mountains. These are some of the newest buildings in Granada. And they offer some of the best views.
You’re right next to the Cartuja Campus of the University of Granada. And the breathtaking La Cartuja Monastery.
One of Granada’s most affordable areas to live in.
What can I do here? The Cartuja de Granada is a 16th-century monastery. Spanish Baroque. Visit it. Admire it.
Something more active?
Dance through Granada’s history. Take a class at the Escuela Municipal de Flamenco.
Or go for a long walk. Head into Parque Nueva and the foothills of Sierra de Huétor national park. Check out those spectacular views!
Alternatively, take a short bus ride into the city centre. Enjoy the hefty tapas and the spectacular sights that Granada has to offer.
Fun fact Granada is Spanish for pomegranate.
These crimson fruits are abundant in Granada and are a symbol of the city.
Why not go on a hunt? You can find many engravings, paintings, and other carvings of pomegranates throughout Granada. Fruity!
Can I afford it? € (Budget friendly)
Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org