The big double room has its own balcony and is furnished with a double bed, a big desk with two chairs, one armchair, two bedside tables with reading lamps, a big wardrobe, a bookcase and a set of drawers. Equipped with an individual electric heater.
There is an additional fee of 30€, to be paid at Move-in or Move-out, for arrivals or departures outside of 10:00-19:00 on weekdays or any time on the weekend.
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Single and double rooms available for rent in a 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment with an unbeatable location. The neighborhood of Malasaña is one of the best places to live in Madrid, and Fuencarral is one of the city's main streets known for its abundance of shops and vibrant cosmopolitan life. The area of the property is 150 m2.
This apartment is located on the third floor of a building with no elevator. Laundry can be dried on individual racks provided to each room or using clothes lines in the patio. Water is heated via natural gas. Each room is equipped with an individual electric heater.
Utility bills limit for the whole apartment:
The apartment is very central, with at least three metro stations within walking distance: Tribunal (lines 1, 10), Alonso Martínez (lines 4, 5, 10) and Chueca (line 5) There are also bus routes close by in all directions (M2, 40, 149, 147, 3).
Malasaña is both traditional and alternative. If you enjoy being out and going for drinks, this is the neighborhood for you. By day, the barrio is rather quiet with lots of charming boutiques and restaurants, while at night it transforms into a nightlife hub with an impressive amount of bars and music venues. The style of the neighborhood is defined by traditional 19th century buildings with painted facades, with the Plaza del 2 de Mayo at its core. The Movida Madrileña in the 1980’s thrived here and the creative spirit lives on with Malasaña being home to many of the city’s up-and-coming new businesses along streets such as Corredera de San Pablo and Calle Pez.