Rooms are available to rent in this 3-bedroom, ground floor apartment on Calle Pico de los Artilleros in Moratalaz. You will the share apartment with the live-in landlady, and up to 2 other tenants. A cosy and welcoming space, the apartment has a comfortable living room, a well-equipped kitchen, and 1 full bathroom. The apartment is contemporary, and has modern fittings, including built-in appliances in the kitchen.
Although not central in the city, this area has plenty of amenities nearby. Just around the corner, you will find some local grocery stores, plus a tobacco shop, a bank, a pharmacy, and a couple of cafes and restaurants, and there's plenty more within a 5-minute walk.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
Your residential and relaxed home
Moratalaz is packing parks, quiet streets, supermarkets and schools. The Quiet Life, in other words.
It’s relaxed, but not too far from the city centre. If you like sports, and you like the local life, you’ll do well here.
There are bars, pizzerias and local shops, but not much else. That’s why the people who live here, live here.
What can I do here?
Take a long walk in Retiro Park. The Cuña Verde de O’Donnell Park is close, too.
La Elipa sports centre has an outdoor pool and a baseball pitch.
In Parque Darwin, you can learn about the 1st Moratalaz settlers. It’s a 9,000-year-old Neolithic site. So far, archaeologists have found tools for hunting, tools for harvesting and a stone shelter.
Hotel Claridge faces Conde de Casal metro. The restaurant serves good Spanish food at good prices.
And from there, it’s a short metro ride to Puerta del Sol or Plaza Mayor. The Madrid night waits.
In 2001, in Moratalaz, Valencia native Antonio Galbis broke the Guinness World Record for the largest paella ever made. Over 100,000 locals enjoyed the record-smashing paella. Delicious.
Can I afford it?
€ (budget friendly)
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