This bedroom, with an area of 10 m2, has a double bed, armchair, shelves, and a TV. There’s also a desk with a chair and lamp on top of it. This bedroom has a view of the interior patio and a three-door wardrobe.
This 6-bedroom apartment is located on Calle Monteleón in the the Trafalgar neighborhood of the Chamberí district, Madrid’s most castizo (authentic) neighborhood. In addition to being in one of the most desirable residential areas in Madrid, this apartment has the advantage of being right on the edge of Malasaña, one of Madrid’s most vibrant neighborhoods. This apartment is perfect for those looking to live in a residential area, but still be able to be within walking distance of the action in Malasaña day and night. The area of the apartment is 160 m².
This area of the Chamberí district is nestled between the affluent Barrio de Salamanca, hipster Malasaña, and trendy Chueca. You’ll find a mixture of designer boutiques, trendy dining, and classic architecture, all of which come together to create one of Madrid’s most desirable and castizo (authentic) neighborhoods. Within this area is classy and hip Alonso Martínez; bordering Chueca, you’ll find a Parisian-style atmosphere with plenty to suit your palette and your wardrobe. The numerous plazas, including Plaza de Santa Bárbara in Alonso Martínez, Plaza de Chamberí, and Plaza de Olavide are perfect places to lounge with your friends.
Both traditional and alternative, this neighborhood has a different character by day than by night. With charming boutiques, restaurants, and nightlife, you’ll never get bored in Malasaña. With the Plaza de 2 de Mayo as a main gathering point and up-and-coming spots on Corredera de San Pablo and Calle Pez, the creative spirit of the Movida Madrileña of the 1980s is still alive and well here. You’ll also find the sub-district of Conde Duque closer to Plaza de España.