This room doesn't have a window but it is large and comfortable. It has a double bed, a TV, a desk with a chair, a bookcase, a sofa, a coffee table and a wardrobe. Monthly price for July and August €325.
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An eight bedroom 250 sqm apartment with three bathrooms which has been recently renovated resulting in a clean an comfortable living space. This apartment is a fantastic option for people who love to shop, located on Calle Fuencarral, one of the city's best shopping districts. This apartment is also located right next to Fuencarral Market, which is a hip, three-story store which caters mostly to the younger crowd with cool shops and funky events taking place regularly. Even if you don't like to shop, this is one of the best places to live in the city, being nestled between posh Malasaña and happening Chueca neighborhoods. This area is served by many bus lines, and Metro stations Tribunal, Gran Vía and Chueca are located within a five minute walk from the apartment.
This apartment is located within a five minute walk to three metro stations - Chueca (line 5), Gran Vía (lines 1 and 5) and Tribunal (lines 1 and 10).
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Chueca is a very lively neighborhood and well known for its gay friendliness. It is a big neighborhood attracting all ages and all types. Therefore, stores are also ranging from cheap toexclusive. Some people call Chueca the “SoHo” of Madrid with its New York-ish feel, some beautiful bright colored facades, and the many iron balconies. Plaza de Chueca is the center of activity, with a lot of people enjoying the terraces when weather allows for it, and in Mercado de San Antón just behind Plaza de Chueca, you can enjoy a variety of traditional tapas as well as sushi, Greek, and Italian dishes. Calle Fuencarral runs through the neighborhood and a majority of the stores are open on Sundays (something that is often hard to come by in Madrid!).