Rooms to rent in quiet 3-bedroom apartment close to railway station in Atocha

Room3 flatmates1 bathrooms
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  • Landlord
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  • Getting around
  • How to book


The nomad’s homebase

Because I’m a travel writer

Will I like it here?

Probably. You can share costs with a landlady and another roommate. It’s a cozy space close to the train and Metro stations. Go anywhere at the drop of a hat.

Really? Tell me more...

You have it all living here. There’s a spacious kitchen and it’s fully equipped. A washing machine and dishwasher make you feel pampered. Socialize in the living room.

We think this is great for writers. Explore Madrid by Metro. Pen articles about neighborhoods. Hop the train to explore Spain. You’ve got a comfy home to return to.

Your top 3 reasons to live here:

  • A friendly landlady – get insider tips on the best theaters and parks.
  • Living and dining room – socialize with roommates.
  • Close to the Metro – explore the city and all of Spain from here.

But you need to know this...

  • There isn’t an elevator in the building – you like to stay fit, right?

And this…

  • The landlady will be living in the property with you.

Your Home-checker, Belen, said:

“I loved this property. It’s a quiet, bright interior apartment close to the train station.”

Help me make up my mind...

This is a 4th floor, 3-bedroom apartment on Calle de Murcia in Madrid. There is one shared bathroom, an equipped kitchen, and cozy living and dining area.

We think it’s ideal for digital nomads. Hop the Metro to write about Madrid. Grab a train to explore Spain. Return home, share your travels with roommates, and get writing.


  • Property type: apartment
  • Floor: 4th
  • Elevator: no
  • Number of bathrooms: 1

  • Parking: no

Property features

Washing machine
Equipped kitchen
Natural gas water heating
Natural gas heating

What we liked the most

  • Getting insider tips on parks and theaters from the landlady.
  • Sharing a pizza, movie, and conversation with roommates in the living room.
  • Writing articles about Madrid and Spain by exploring both by Metro or train.

Things to keep in mind

  • There isn’t an elevator in the building – you like to stay fit, right?

House rules

Landlord policies

  • Payment method: cash; bank transfer
  • Your landlady speaks: English, Spanish
  • Your landlady lives on the property

About the landlord

All our Landlords are vetted by our Trust and Safety team.


Getting around


  • The following Metro station is within a 7-minute walk of the apartment:
    • Estación del Arte (Line 1)
  • A 6-minute walk gets you to this railway station:
    • Madrid Puerta de Atocha


  • You will be feeling right at home with your friendly live-in landlady. She's a 40-something-year-old who loves to go to the theater and explore nature.

How to book

Find your home 100% onlineWith Spotahome, in-person visits are a thing of the past. Our Homechecker visits the property to create video tours and photos so you can view it online. We collect all the information you need to make your decision.
Make a booking requestWith just a few simple details you can request the property and it will be held for you until you get a response. Remember, we won't charge you until the Landlord confirms.
Get an answer in 24h or lessThe Landlord has 24 hours to respond to your booking request. If they accept, your payment method will be charged and we will put you in contact with the Landlord. If they don’t accept, no worries, you won't be charged and we'll help you find alternatives.
Move inArrange your move-in date, key collection and anything else directly with your Landlord. As an extra security step, we will only transfer the first month's rent to the Landlord 48 hours after you move in, unless you contact us with a problem.
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If the property is significantly different to what our listing promised, let us know within 24h since you move in so that we can work to resolve it.