This landlord requires a 2 month deposit.
This two-bedroom, one-bathroom exterior apartment is located on Calle Príncipe de Vergara in the Salamanca section of Madrid. This apartment is ideal for students studying at the IE Business School due to its proximity to campus on foot. The apartment is also close to the Intercambiador de Avenida de América, which offers four Metro lines, Interurbano bus service to eastern suburbs, and ALSA bus service to other cities in Spain such as Barcelona. The area is also close to Salamanca’s extensive shopping area and many corporate offices. The area of the apartment is 105 m2.
This two-bedroom, one-bathroom exterior apartment is located on the ground floor of the building. You may dry your clothes on an individual drying rack on the terrace or balcony. The apartment has central heating and natural gas water heating. The price of rent includes sheets and towels. but utilities (water, electricity, gas (if applicable), heating, and WiFi) are NOT included in the price of rent. Rent MUST be paid via bank transfer. A minimum lease of 270 days (9 months) is required for this apartment.
The apartment is a five-minute walk from the Intercambiador de Avenida de América, with service on Metro lines 4, 6, 7, and 9, Interurbano service to eastern suburbs such as Alcalá de Henares, and ALSA bus service to other cities such as Barcelona. The apartment is a six-minute walk from the Diego de León Metro stop (Lines 4, 5, and 6). The apartment is also an eleven-minute walk from the IE Business School campus, which can be reach by walking on Calle María de Molina from Príncipe de Vergara.
Smoking is permitted inside the apartment. The landlord speaks English and doesn’t live inside the apartment. Rent MUST be paid via bank transfer. The minimum lease is 270 days (9 months). This landlord requires a 2 month deposit.
Salamanca is known as the wealthy neighborhood in Madrid’s center, with some of the most exclusive boutiques. The Milla del Oro (Golden Mile) of streets, Calle Serrano, Calle Ortega y Gasset, and Calle Velázquez are Madrid’s most expensive and three of the ten most expensive streets in all of Spain. Salamanca is one of the few parts in Madrid with an urban structure, with square parallel streets where you can find a mixture of hip restaurants, expensive stores, and more unique boutiques on other streets such as Calle Goya, Calle Lagasca, Calle Claudio Coello, and Calle Ayala. As it was built as the aristocratic neighborhood, the architecture tends to have a 19th century bourgeoisie feel. Heading South on Calle Serrano brings you straight to Retiro, which is one of the largest parks in town. Last but not least, Salamanca is also home to the IE Business School which is ranked among the top 10 business schools in the world.