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This interior one bedroom, one bathroom apartment is situated in the well-connected Lavapiés neighborhood. Located on Calle Duque de Alba, this flat could not be more centrally based, as there is access to several forms of transportation and only an 8 minute walk to the center of Madrid, Sol. The bedroom has an accent wall painted in a dark shade of red that ties the modern decor of the room together. Equipped with a double bed, large wardrobe and two nightstands, this bedroom is move-in ready! The en-suite bathroom not only has a towel warmer, but a well-sized shower and is completely renovated. As an added amenity the apartment available to rent in its entirety has air-conditioning and central heating, ensuring tenants comfort in any season all year round. The floor area of this apartment is 50m2.
The apartment is located on the 1st floor of a building that is not equipped with an elevator. There is electric water heating and central heating. You can dry your clothes on a rack inside the flat or in the dryer that is located in a common area of the building. Wi-Fi is installed and activated in the property. The cleaning service, which is included in the rental price, occurs once a week.
The Tirso de Molina metro station is just minutes away and has service for Line 1. There are also several other metro stations within a short walk that include La Latina (Line 5), Lavapiés (Line 3), and Antón Martín (Line 1). Sol metro station is less than a 10 minute walk from the flat and includes service for trains C-3 and C-4 and metro lines 1, 2 and 3. There is also access to bus lines: 17, 18, 23, 31, 35, 50 65, M1 and N26.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
Lavapiés: While Embajadores may be its official name, it has become more common for Madrid locals to refer to this area as Lavapiés. While originally the city’s old judería, today it is a labyrinth of narrow streets, faded façades and a seamless blend of cultures for both immigrants and Spaniards alike. With a revival of the area in the 1980s among the young and artistic, Lavapies now has plenty of cultural offerings as well as an abundance of places to enjoy a caña or ethnic food. At the edge of the neighborhood is the Reina Sofía and the Teatro Valle-Inclán.