This room has a street-facing balcony and is furnished with a double bed. The price from September to June is 480 euros per month and 385 euros per month from July to August.
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This landlord only accepts tenants under the age of 40.
Located on Plaza de Gabriel Miro, this 6 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment is at the center of everything Madrid has to offer. With proximity to the Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor, and the Madrid Rio, or the Madrid river, tenants of this apartment have culture, leisure, and recreation at its doorsteps! The apartment for rent is totally reformed and completely equipped. From the dining area and living room furnished with sofas to the modern kitchen with a dishwasher, this spacious flat would be perfect for those who like to live comfortably in the city center. The total area of the property is 180 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).
La Latina metro station (line 5) is an 8 minute walk.
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.
La Latina: With one of the highest concentrations of tapas bars in Madrid (and with a slightly more elevated clientele than in Malasaña), La Latina is a festive neighborhood both day and night. While relaxed during the day, it’s definitely full of action at night. Sunday mornings will find you at the center of El Rastro, the city’s world-famous flea market, where everything from antiques to cheap home appliances are sold against a backdrop of locals enjoying cañas or beer and glasses of vermouth.
Imperial (Arganzuela): For Atlético de Madrid fans, this is the perfect neighborhood in which to live, as it stands a stone’s throw from the Vicente Calderón and the large Madrid Río park. With Arganzuela as a base, it’s easy to take advantage of the reconstructed bike and running paths along the river or basque in the breathtaking views of the Royal Palace.