Rooms for rent in lovely 3-bedroom apartment near Tirso de Molina Metro station

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MadridRooms for rentApartment in Calle Duque de Rivas, 28012 Madrid, Spain
  • Overview
  • House rules
  • Pricing & availabilities
  • Neighborhood

Overview

Make yourself at home in one of the rooms for rent in this 3-bedroom apartment on Calle Duque de Rivas. The common areas are the open-concept living, dining, and kitchen, and the bathroom. In the living area, you have a comfortable sofa and a couple of windows to let the sunlight in. The kitchen area isn't very large, but it has cabinet space. The bedrooms are cozy and also have windows to add some extra light.

This apartment is a great spot to live if you want to explore central Madrid. You're only minutes away from most of the major sites and attractions. For example, you can walk to Plaza Mayor in just 4 minutes! You'll also find all of the amenities you need within walking distance. The nearest supermarket, DIA, is just 3 minutes away. You've got great access to public transportation from here, too. And you'll never run out of restaurant options. Don't feel like cooking at home? Just head around the corner to Sublime Dreams Food for a hamburger. Or go for a more authentic experience and grab some tapas at Casa Revuelta, just 3 minutes away.

  • Number of bathrooms: 1
  • Wi-Fi installed: yes
  • Council tax: yes, included in rent

Property features

Furnished
TV
Washing machine
Equipped kitchen
Other heating system

Other rooms in this apartment

House rules

Landlord policies

  • Languages spoken: English, Spanish
  • Lives on property: no
  • Deposit: 1 month’s rent
  • Minimum age for tenants: 18
  • Maximum age for tenants: 35
  • Payment method: cash; bank transfer
  • Smoking: not permitted
  • Pets: not permitted
  • Bed linen is NOT included. Tenants must provide their own
  • Couples: rooms which permit couples will have to pay an extra cost of €150 per month
  • Final cleaning fee: €75 which will be deducted from the deposit

  • Utilities limit:

    • €85 per person, per month
  • 15-day booking policy:

    • Your move-in date must be within 15 days of the availability date
    • For example: If the previous tenant leaves on July 1, you must move in by July 15
  • Documents required:

    • ID / Passport
    • Work Contract (if applicable)
    • University Acceptance letter (if applicable)
  • Check-in policies:

    • Monday–Friday, 15:00–19:00: free
    • Monday–Friday, 19:00–22:00: €60
    • Weekends and Bank Holidays, 15:00–19:00: €90
    • Any other time: check-in not available
  • Booking policy:

    • If the tenant wishes to extend the contract, the landlord needs to be notified at least 30 days in advance.
    • The landlord will not accept booking requests made more than 60 days before the move-in date
    • For example: if the tenant wishes to make a booking from January 1st 2018, she will have to wait until November 1st 2017 to make her request.
  • Additional fees:

    • Contract fee: 1 month's rent + VAT to be paid upon arrival

To view a sample copy of this Landlord's contract, click here.

Pricing & Availability

Available: July 8, 2019
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Bills

Electricityincluded
Waterincluded
Gasincluded
Wi-Fiincluded
Cleaning serviceincluded

Neighborhood & Transportation

Neighborhood information

Move here to be near:

  • The iconic Puerta del Sol
  • Gran Vía
  • The Opera House
  • Callao cinemas
  • Plaza Mayor
  • The Prado Museum
  • The Royal Palace

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.
  • Brad Pitt opening his latest movie at Cine Callao.
  • Students, tourists, protesters, dancers, and partygoers at the Puerta del Sol plaza.

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 fountain 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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Transportation

  • The nearest bus stop is Plaza Mayor. It's right across the street, and offers access to lines 18, 23, and N26.
  • Hop on Metro line 1 at Tirso de Molina station, just 3 minutes down the road.
  • La Latina Metro station is only a 6-minute walk away, with access to line 5.