Bedroom 3 has a chest of drawers, heating unit, desk, shelving and a single bed.
The landlord only accepts students and postgraduate students.
Spotahome presents an four bedroom, one bathroom apartment in the popular area of Realejo in Granada. All four rooms are available for rent at an affordable price, which includes the cleaning of the flat once a week. Each room is comfortably furnished with any amenity one would need in order to have a comfortable stay while in Granada, including a double bed, desk for studies, heating unit and a wardrobe. The living room is the perfect spot to relax with fellow flatmates and includes a television. The kitchen has everything one needs in order to create a Spanish meal, including plenty of counter space, stove-top, microwave and toaster oven. As an added bonus the apartment has a balcony that allows for second floor views of the surrounding neighborhood, as well as air conditioning, ensuring comfort in those hot Spanish summers. The floor area of this apartment is 150m2.
The flat is situated close to access for bus lines C1 and C2.
The landlord does not live in the property and requires a deposit of 250€. Smoking is permitted in some areas of the flat and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid in cash. There is a monthly charge of 10€ for the Wi-Fi, electricity, gas and water bills.
Suitable for: Students
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students
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?