When we visited the property, this room was occupied – we’ll get the photos next time around.
This bedroom is furnished with a single bed.
This 7 bedroom, 4 bathroom exterior duplex apartment is located along Calle Rejas de San Cecilio in the Realejo district. This area served as Granada’s old Jewish Quarters and its picturesque streets are filled with whitewashed houses. Nestled in the heart of this historic neighborhood, the apartment for rent is charmingly decorated with soft colors and traditional wooden furniture. The highlight of this luminous flat is no doubt the rooftop patio: the terrace, lined with potted plants and furnished with patio furniture, looks over the beautiful rooftops and hillside of Granada. The property, spanning 180 m2, serves as a excellent place to socialize and relax with fellow roommates and friends!
This apartment has single electric heating and bottled gas water heating. The price of rent includes council tax, water, electricity and Wi-Fi. Gas costs are additional. The minimum lease for this apartment is 30 days (1 month). You can dry your washing using a rack inside the apartment or in the terrace.
A short walk will take you to bus stops for lines C3 and C4.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires one month rent as a deposit. Smoking and pets are not allowed. Rent should be paid by cash or bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Realejo: At the feet of La Alhambra is Realejo, the city’s old Jewish Quarter, or judería. Besides the typical Andalusian architecture or whitewashed houses, terraced gardens, and high walls, you will walk among lots of street art including those by hometown hero Raúl Ruiz (El Niño de las Pinturas). In Campo del Príncipe you can have a cup of coffee at the famous Café Suizo, enjoy views of the Basilica de las Angustias, and visit the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura. The Centro de Lenguas Modernas is housed here, making the neighborhood an ideal home for students. And with views of La Alhambra, what more could you want?