This exterior room has street views and is furnished with a double bed, a heating unit, a desk, a TV, shelving, storage, and a standalone wardrobe. There is also an independent key for the room door.
This landlord only accepts female tenants.
This three-bedroom, one-bathroom exterior flat is right in the middle of the Puente de Vallecas neighborhood, just outside the city center. Located on Calle Castalia de Vallecas, the flat is a short walk from the must-see Cerro Tío Pío Park, where stunning skyline views of Madrid await. A block away from the flat is the well-connected Portazgo Metro Station, which takes under 20 minutes to arrive at the Plaza del Sol in the center of Madrid. Another block away is a shopping mall and the football stadium for the local first division team, Rayo Vallecano. This 80m2 flat is perfect for tenants desiring an affordable and well-furnished home with a quick and easy commute to the city center.
This flat is located on the third floor of a building which is NOT equipped with an elevator. It has single electric heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your clothes on the strings in the backyard. The minimum lease for this flat is 90 days (3 months). The maximum lease is 360 days (12 months). WiFi is installed and activated on the property. Cleaning is done once a week.
The flat is within 3 minutes walking distance to the Portazgo metro station, connected to Line 1. Tenants can arrive at the center of Madrid, in Puerta del Sol, within 15 to 20 minutes. Next to the station are numerous bus connections including lines 54, 58, 103, 136, N10, and N25.
The English-speaking landlord does not live on the property and requires one month rent as a deposit. Smoking is not permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by cash or bank transaction.
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Professionals, Families, Students, Erasmus
Puente de Vallecas is one of the most-populated in the city, known for its working-class character and pride surrounded by its local soccer team Rayo Vallecano. During the 1960s, Puente de Vallecas saw a great expansion as migrants from other parts of Spain settled in Madrid. You’ll find the Entrevías district, as well as great access via Cercanías and Metro lines, in this primarily residential and commercial area with a small pocket of artisan industry.