This bedroom, with an area of 11 m2, has a single bed with a bookcase at the foot of the bed. There’s also a desk with two dining-room chairs, a bookcase on the wall next to the desk, and a TV. This bedroom also has a window with a street view, but what sets this room apart is that it’s not just a window, it’s a balcony. There’s also a wardrobe and mirror.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Only female tenants are permitted in this apartment
This four-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath apartment is located on Calle Blasco de Garay in the Argüelles section of Madrid. What makes this particular part of Argüelles advantageous is the fact that it’s also close to the San Bernardo area of Malasaña, meaning that Malasaña nightlife is within walking distance! In addition, access to the Argüelles Metro stop makes the location ideal for Comillas ICAI/ICADE students and others studying in Ciudad Universitaria. All of the bedrooms are spacious, giving you a great location and a great space!
This four-bedroom, 1.5-bath apartment is located on the first floor of a building without an elevator. You may dry your clothes on an individual drying rack inside the apartment or on the cords in the building’s interior patio. The price of rent includes, water, WiFi, taxes, and community fees. Electricity, gas, and heating are NOT include in the price of rent.
The apartment is a five-minute walk from the Argüelles Metro stop (Lines 3, 4, and 6) and a seven-minute walk from the San Bernardo Metro stop (Lines 2 and 4).
Smoking and pets are not permitted in this apartment. As previously noted, only female tenants are permitted in this property. The landlord speaks English. Rent and the rent must be paid in cash. The minimum lease in this apartment is four months.
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Restrictions: This property is only for Students
This is one of the most popular student neighborhoods of Madrid. It's convenient to several university campuses in the "Cuidad Universitaria", and is also a short walk from the trendy nightlife of Malasaña, as well as all the attractions in the city center. This neighborhood has the feel of a traditional Madrid neighborhood, but it also has plenty of fast food restaurants and pizza joints to make its international residents feel at home. This neighborhood also borders the lovely Parque Oeste, which has a cable car that reaches Casa de Campo. There is also the monument and park at Temple of Debod, a popular place for young people to hang out outdoors on the weekends.