This room has a street-facing window and is furnished with a bed measuring 135cm. The price from September to June is 450 euros per month and 360 euros per month from July to August.
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This landlord only accepts tenants under the age of 40.
This 7 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment is located along Calle Francisco Silvela on the border of the districts of Salamanca and Guindalera. Salamanca, known for its affluence and upscale stores, houses many hip cafes and restaurants, while Guindalera is more residential and calm. Both neighborhoods are very safe and well connected, making this apartment perfect for those who like to live in a tranquil area while having easy access to other parts of the city. The IE Business school is a 15 minute stroll, making this spacious property perfect for those studying at this prestigious institution. The total area of this apartment is 170 m2.
This apartment has central heating and central water heating. The price of rent includes electricity, water, gas, wif-fi, bed linen, and cleaning. The minimum lease for this apartment is 120 days (4 months).
Diego de Leon metro station (lines 4, 5, 6) is a 1 minute walk from the property.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is not permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by cash or bank transaction. This landlord only accepts tenants under the age of 40.
Guindalera and Fuente del Berro: Guindalera and Fuente del Berro are more residential parts of the larger Salamanca district. This area is close to the IE Business School campus and while more residential in nature, you’ll find the Las Ventas bullring in this district. As Spain’s most important bullring, the venue also hosts famous concerts (past acts include Coldplay and Romeo Santos).
Salamanca: As Madrid’s affluent neighborhood, you’ll find a New York-style grid of roads and the “Milla de Oro”, comprised of Calle Serrano, Velázquez, and Ortega y Gasset, which are three of the most expensive streets in all of Spain. But not everything is designer: many of the other side streets have unique boutiques and hip restaurants. With a 19th century bourgeoisie feel, you’ll have great shopping options, Retiro at the end of Calle Serrano at the Puerta de Alcalá, and the IE Business School campus all within walking distance.