There are rooms for rent in this beautiful 4-bedroom house on Calle Arabell, Aravaca, which has a live-in landlady and a lovely garden with a swimming pool. Common areas include 2 living rooms and an equipped kitchen, and rent includes breakfast and dinner.
The house is located in a tranquil residential area that is connected to the rest of the city by trains and buses. There is a shopping centre nearby, and you will find 2 supermarkets within walking distance.
Your residential and quiet hideaway
Sound like your thing?
Aravaca is a quiet suburban area near beautiful Casa de Campo park.
There are lots of good schools here. So it's perfect for families. Aravaca also has 2 cercanías commuter train stations but no metro station. It might suit car owners more.
What can I do here?
Go to Casa de Campo – it's a 17,226,000 m² park. Big then. Lots of room in which to walk, run, and ride your bike. Keep an eye out for squirrels, rabbits, and magpies as you go.
The Zoo Aquarium has 6,000 animals from 500 species. It opened for business in 1770. Experienced...
Parque de Atracciones is Madrid's amusement park. It has a roller coaster called Abyss. It shoots you 50 metres above the earth at 100 kilometres per hour. Rather you than me.
Ride the cable car. The generous views of Madrid across the gentle green sea of Casa de Campo will peace you out.
Get yourself on a cercanías (commuter train) to the nearby city centre. Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor are good places to start your love affair with Madrid.
Aravaca was once an independent municipality. But it was annexed by Madrid in 1949. Unifying.
Can I afford it? €€ (mid-range)
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