Bedroom 1 comes furnished with a double bed and a wardrobe. This room does not have a window. Monthly price for July and August €335.
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The landlord only accepts students, post-graduates and professionals 35 years old or younger.
Variable minimum stay and strict cancellation policy. See Landlord Policies.
There are 10 rooms available for rent in this shared apartment with 3 bathrooms, located on Calle Conde de Romanones, in the City Center of magnificent Madrid. As it is situated in the center, this exterior flat is great for anyone wanting to live in an apartment that has easy access to every part of Madrid. Tenants can enjoy the nice balcony that has first floor views of the surrounding neighborhood. The kitchen is fully equipped with great amenities such as an oven and dishwasher. An added convenience is that all utilities are included in the rental price, which also covers the cleaning. The total floor area of the flat is 200m2.
As it is centrally located there are many options for transportation near the apartment. The Tirso de Molina metro station is a short walk and has service for Line 1. There are also several bus stations nearby with service for bus numbers 6, 18, 23, 50, 65, N26 and M1.
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students, Professionals
Centro: The geographical center of Madrid and Spain is the Puerta del Sol and here you’ll find an endless amount of activity all day and night. The square itself serves as the meeting point for groups of friends and the majority of touristic sites such as the Plaza Mayor, Palacio Real, Mercado de San Miguel, and the Catedral de la Almudena can be found in close proximity. Other areas of note in the Centro district are Huertas, also known as Barrio de las Letras (the city’s literary quarter) due to its distinction as being the home of many of Spain’s Siglo de Oro authors including Cervantes, Lope de Vega, and Quevedo (with streets being named after them). Two emblematic places are the Plaza de Santa Ana and Calle Huertas, with plenty of bars to lure you in. For those wanting to be in the heart of all the action, this is the place for you.