Furnished with a single bed, a desk and a wardrobe. There is a window with interior patio views and the room has its own independent key.
This landlord only accepts female students.
Bookings accepted for entire academic year, and short stays during the summer only.
This tidy 110 sqm apartment has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully functional kitchen and a cozy living area with a balcony overlooking the street. There are five single rooms to choose from, all of them fully furnished and very comfortable. For added peace of mind, each of them has its own access key, allowing you to lock up your belongings before you leave the house. In this exterior apartment you will find everything you need for your stay in Madrid, including a washing machine, a TV, central heating and Wi-Fi. It is located on Dr. Federico Rubio y Galí avenue, in the neighborhood of Tetuan, very close to the Technical University of Madrid and Complutense University of Madrid, making these rooms a practical and affordable option for students.
This apartment is located on the third floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and natural gas water heating. The price of rent includes council tax, Wi-Fi, central heating and a cleaning of common areas twice a month. There is a fixed charge of 30€ a month to cover water, electricity and gas, and at the end of your stay, you will be either refunded for any amount overpaid, or charged for the outstanding difference. The minimum lease for this apartment is 180 days (6 months). You can dry your washing using a rack inside the floor or in the balcony.
The closest metro stations are Estrecho (1), Francos Rodríguez (7) and Alvarado (line 1), all of them situated within a ten minute walk from the apartment. There is a bus stop for lines 44, 127 and N21 right outside the apartment.
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students
Tetuán takes its name from the equally named Moroccan city. The triumphant district is a welcoming one, with many shops, supermarkets and foreign restaurants to please all. It is inhabited by many immigrants from South America and Sub-Saharan Africa. There has been some debate whether Tetuán is a "dangerous"neighborhood, with some people calling it the "Bronx of Madrid."However, it is a vibrant area with a multicultural feel. In addition, part of Madrid’s financial district is in the neighborhood, making it in an important area for business activities.