This bedroom has a single bed, bookcase, and wardrobe with three doors. There’s a desk with chair next to the window, a chest of drawers, and a mirror above it. There’s also a brown armchair for lounging. The window has a view of the interior patio.
This six-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is located on the Glorieta de Ruiz Giménez on the border of the Argüelles section of Madrid, one of Madrid’s premier student areas, and Chamberí, one of Madrid’s premier residential areas. The apartment is close to the university areas in Moncloa and Argüelles as well as being within walking distance of Malasaña, one of Madrid’s most vibrant (and one of the world’s most hipster) neighborhoods. This is ideal for students looking to be near campus, but also have easy access to shopping and nightlife. Please note that only students are allowed to rent in this apartment. The area of the apartment is 160 m2.
This six-bedroom, two-bathroom 160 m2 apartment is located on the first floor of the building. You may dry your clothes on an individual drying rack inside the apartment or in the building’s interior patio. The apartment has natural gas heating and natural gas water heating. The price of rent includes periodic maintenance.
The apartment is a mere minute’s walk from the San Bernardo Metro stop (Lines 2 and 4).
Suitable for: Students
Restrictions: This property is only for Students
Almagro and Trafalgar, Chamberí: This neighborhood sits between the posh shops of Salamanca and the hip, fashionable neighborhoods of Malasaña and Chueca. It is full of designer shops, gourmet restaurants, artist hangouts, and classic architecture. It’s considered one of the premier places to live in central Madrid.
Argüelles and Moncloa: This is one of the most popular student neighborhoods of Madrid. It's convenient to several university campuses in the "Ciudad 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.