This exterior one bedroom apartment is located on Calle Rosa, in one of Madrid's most vibrant and diverse districts, Lavapiés. Situated just around the corner from Anton Martin metro station and within walking distance from Lavapies and Tirso de Molina stations, the apartment has good connections to many areas of Madrid, including Puerta del Sol and Retiro. The apartment itself is elegant and stands out with its modern furniture. The tenant will have a fully equipped kitchen, complete with a dishwasher, air conditioning, bathroom with a bathtub, dining and living area and the bedroom with a double bed and plenty of storage. The flat is suitable for anyone wanting to live close to the city centre buzz and be within walkable distance to many areas of Madrid. You'll be surrounded by restaurants with best tapas, markets, cinemas and theatres - the entertainment options are endless! The area of the apartment is 52m2.
This apartment is located on the first floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and electric water heating. You can dry your clothes on the individual racks inside the apartment. The minimum lease for this apartment is 270 days (9 months) and the maximum lease is 365 days (12 months). Wi-Fi is installed in the property but it is NOT activated. Parking is available for 100€ per month.
The apartment is just around the corner from the Antón Martín station - Puerta del Sol is just two stops away and other areas of the city are easily reachable. You'll also be able to find a bus station on Calle de Atocha, with operating bus numbers 6, 26 and 32.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1 month and a half rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted but pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Families, 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.