This is a beautiful apartment located in a quiet yet fantastic location and it features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a shared living room and kitchen as well as a terrace with a wooden panel for privacy. The property is rented by room but the rest of the apartment space will be shared and it is very bright and spacious. The kitchen and the living room are joined but each space feels like its own. The kitchen has lots of natural light and everything from a small breakfast bar with 2 modern stools to a dishwasher and an oven. The living room is very open and spacious with stylish decor and furnishings. The bedrooms have plenty of natural light, comfortable beds and plenty of storage space for all your personal belongings. If you are coming to Madrid to work or study or a medium length stay, this apartment would be the perfect place to call home during your time in the Spanish capital.
The property on Calle Suero de Quioñes is situated in a very well-connected and lovely neighborhood in Madrid. You will benefit from many services, restaurants and bars and modes of transportation all just steps away from your front door. On your new street you will find a BodyBell, a perfume and beauty product store, a dental clinic and a Lidl supermarket. There are also plenty of banks, pharmacies, a post office, a parking garage, convenience stores and more within walking distance so you can complete most of your errands on foot. For typical Spanish cuisine, head around the corner to Madcooking Bar & Kitchen to enjoy a relaxing meal or drink with your friends.
Your well-connected and residential home
It’s called “La Prospe” by locals.
It’s home to Avenida de América metro-and-bus station. You can travel all over Madrid and Spain from here.
Are good transport connections important to you?
Then Prosperidad is for you.
What can I do here?
Go to Calle López de Hoyos, one of Madrid’s longest roads. There’s a top-rated eco-store called Supermercado Ecológico El Vergel here.
Dress your best and go to the Auditorio Nacional de Música. It’s a classical music venue. Prices start at 10 euros. The acoustics are as finely tuned as the violins.
Go anywhere you want. After all, Avenida de América station is here. You can take a bus to anywhere in Spain. We recommend Barcelona or León.
Or you could visit one of Madrid’s historic villages instead. Alcalá de Henares is the birthplace of Cervantes. It's only 45 minutes by bus. Jolly nice it is too.
In the 19th century, Prosperidad was a small farming community on the edge of Madrid. Now it’s a major urban hotspot. Progressive.
Can I afford it?
€–€€ (budget friendly–mid-range)
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