Bedroom 5 is a furnished room with a comfortable double bed, heating unit and a wardrobe. This room opens out onto a lovely balcony with street views.
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This shared apartment with 7 bedrooms available for rent is ideal for those wishing to live in the always vibrant and lively La Latina area. Located on calle Redondilla, you will be very close and within walking distance to most of Madrid's attractions. The apartment is fully furnished - the tenants will have access to two bathrooms, a cosy living area and a fully equipped kitchen. You will be situated just moments away from Palacio Real, Sunday market El Rastro and Mercado de la Cebada, which is ideal for shopping for local produce. A perfect opportunity if you wish to live near the city centre!
This apartment is located on the second floor of a building which isn’t equipped with an elevator. You can dry your clothes in the apartment. The minimum lease for this apartment is 90 days (3 months). Wi-Fi is installed in the property and it is activated. Cleaning is done once per week. Average utility bill is 23/35€.
The apartment is surrounded by bus stations - you'll be able to reach most places around Madrid and as a bonus point, won't have to struggle with crowded metro!
Fortnightly contract type:
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students, Professionals
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.