Bedroom 1, with an area of 16 m2, is the largest of the bedrooms in the apartment. It has a four-post single bed with a night stand next to it. There’s a bookcase, small desk with armchair that can be folded into the wall, a larger desk, another chest of drawers, and a wardrobe. The window looks out to the apartment’s interior patio.
Minimum stay for July and August: 1 month.
This landlord prefers to rent his properties on a full-month basis, from the 1st to the 31st of every month.
This three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is located on Calle Juan Álvarez Mendizabal in the Argüelles section of Madrid. Argüelles is a popular neighborhood due to its proximity to many of Madrid’s university campuses and its easy access to Malasaña nightlife and other attractions in the center of Madrid. This apartment is located in the Ventura Rodríguez section of Argüelles, giving it close proximity to Plaza de España and Malasaña! The apartment has an area of 90 m2.
This three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is located on the ground floor of the apartment building. You may dry your clothes on an individual drying rack inside the apartment. Rent includes Council Tax, a cleaning service (once a week for only the common areas in the apartment), WiFi, and water. However, gas, heating, and electric are NOT included in the price of rent. Sheets are also included in the price of rent. There is individual heating in the apartment. The minimum stay is four months.
The apartment is a five-minute minute walk from the Ventura Rodríguez Metro stop (Line 3) and a nine-minute walk from the Plaza de España Metro stop (Lines 3 and 10 with connection to Noviciado-Line 2).
Smoking and pets are not permitted in the apartment. The Landlord speaks English. Rent can be paid either by cash or via bank transfer. The minimum stay in this apartment is four months.
Suitable 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.