There are rooms and beds for rent in this spacious 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom apartment which has a generous 200 m² footprint on Calle Apolonio Morales in Nueva España. There is a large living area with a sofa and table and chairs so you can relax with your flatmates and the live-in landlady. This apartment also has a TV so you can all sit down for an evening with your favourite shows.
You won't need to go far to find some space to enjoy the summer sun - the Cuarto Depósito park is within a 10-minute walk. If you're a bit of a foodie you'll also be pleased to know that there are several great restaurants nearby, so after a long day out you can grab a bite to eat on the way home.
Your inner-city suburb
Nueva España keeps Madrid residents connected and on the move. That's why so many professionals choose to live here.
It's quite quiet too.
How to get anywhere you want:
Chamartín: metro and train
Plaza de Castilla: metro, train and bus
Nueva España has excellent shops and restaurants. They line the famed Paseo de la Castellana.
All you have to do is pick one.
What can I do here?
Walk down the Paseo de la Castellana. It's the road that cuts Madrid in two. You can walk from the Santiago Bernabeu football stadium all the way to evergreen Retiro Park.
Shop at El Corte Inglés, or take a short metro ride into the city centre.
Take a train from Chamartín to destinations all over Spain.
Madrid's iconic skyscrapers, the Four Towers, are located near the Nueva España neighbourhood. Panoramic.
Can I afford it? €€ (mid-range)
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