This landlord requires two months rent as a deposit.
A fashionable three bedroom apartment is available for rent on Calle Colegiata, in the neighbourhood of Lavapiés. It offers three bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en-suite), an open plan kitchen and living area, and a large outdoor terrace. This interior apartment is equipped with all the comforts you would expect to find in a modern home, including air-conditioning, heating, a dishwasher, a washing machine, Wi-Fi, and a flat screen television. The flat is right next to Plaza Tirso de Molina, and within walking distance to La Latina, Anton Martin, Puerta del Sol and most of Madrid's attractions. You will find access to several metro lines, buses, and Cercanias trains nearby, allowing you to move around the city with ease. This spacious 95 sqm apartment is exquisitely decorated throughout, and equipped with top quality furniture, accessories and appliances. You will love coming home to this stylish flat at the end of the day!
This apartment is located on the first floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has natural gas heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your washing using a rack inside the apartment or in the terrace. Wi-Fi is installed and it is activated. Rent includes an usage of up to 120 euros per month of utilities.
The apartment is five minutes from metro stations Tirso de Molina (line 1) and La Latina (line 5).
The English speaking landlord does not live on the property and requires two months rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent should be paid by bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
Embajadores, although commonly known by the majority of Madrid locals as Lavapiés, is Madrid’s old judería. Today, it is a labyrinth of narrow streets, faded facades and a culturally diverse population between spaniards and immigrants alike. During the 1980s, during the Movida Madrileña, Lavapiés was the center of the artistic movement, which has given this part of the city a cultural element as well as an abundance of places to enjoy cañas (beers) or different ethnic foods. Other areas of interest are on the edge of the neighborhood, which are the Reina Sofia museum and the Teatro Valle-Inclán.