Rooms for rent in a 6-bedroom apartment in Madrid City Centre

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General info

Description

Women only

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There are furnished rooms to rent in this 6-bedroom apartment on Calle de Leganitos, City Centre. Common areas include 2 bathrooms, a living area with a TV, and a fully equipped kitchen with an oven.

The apartment boasts a fantastic location just steps from the Gran Via and Plaza de España. The Royal Palace, Opera, and the Plaza Mayor are also within walking distance.

Details

  • Property type: apartment
  • Number of bathrooms: 2
  • Floor: 4th
  • Elevator: yes
  • Wi-Fi installed: no
  • Utility bills: €40 per month (approximate cost)

Transportation

  • Plaza de España metro station is a 2-minute walk from the apartment and serves lines 3 and 10.

Landlord policies

  • Languages spoken: English, Spanish
  • Lives in property: no
  • Deposit: 1½ months' rent
  • Payment method: cash; bank transfer
  • Payment date: 1st three days of each month (late payment charges apply)
  • Maximum permitted tenant age: 33

  • Renting by the room – additional fees payable on arrival:

    • Cleaning and maintenance fee: €75 (deducted from deposit)
  • Renting an entire apartment or studio – additional fees payable on arrival:

    • Service fee: 1 month's rent + VAT
    • Cleaning and maintenance fee: €200 (deducted from deposit)
  • Other policies:

    • Click here to read this landlord's rental contract in full

Bills included

Council Tax

Property features

Furnished
TV
Washing machine
Exterior
Elevator
Equipped kitchen
Oven

More information

Genders allowed: Only females

Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus

Neighborhood information

City Centre
Madrid’s historic heart

Overview
Living here, you have it all:

  • Shops, bars and architecture on Gran Vía.
  • Tapas at the Mercado de San Miguel
  • The opulent Royal Palace.
  • Romantic walks in the Sabatini gardens.
  • Hollywood actors like Brad Pitt opening their latest movie at Cine Callao.
  • Students, tourists, protesters, dancers and partygoers at the Puerta del Sol plaza.

And that’s the short version.

The only thing missing is you.

What can I do here?
Visit the El Corte Inglés Gourmet Experience to view Madrid from above. It’s on the 9th floor of a very flat city.

Meet your friends by the fountains in Puerta del Sol. On New Year’s Eve, people from all over Spain gather here to eat grapes. They eat 12 in total, one for each chime of the midnight bell. It’s harder than it sounds.

Be a tourist:

  • Get your clothes and coffee on Gran Vía.
  • Take a photo of the iconic Plaza de Cibeles.
  • Tour the Royal Palace.
  • Go to genteel Plaza Mayor.
  • Be kind to your stomach and go Mercado de San Miguel. Fresh lobster and Albariño wine….

Enjoy good food at good prices at Taverna del Norte.

You can find it on Calle Mesonero Romanos. It serves traditional Spanish cuisine. The atmosphere is warm and low-key. The value for money is superb.

Origin fact
The centre of Madrid is the capital’s oldest area. It was founded in the late 800s by the Emir of Córdoba, Muhammad I. Groundbreaking.

Can I afford it?
€€ (mid-range)

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