This cozy interior bedroom has an en suite bathroom, double bed, bedside table, and desk. There is no wardrobe, however there is a large closet space that is discretely separated from the rest of the room by a curtain. The room has a heating unit and independent key. Please note that this interior bedroom does not have a window.
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There are 5 spacious double bedrooms available to rent in this 130 sqm shared apartment in the upscale neighborhood of Salamanca. Located in a renovated classic building, the apartment has unique old fashioned touches with modern updates. It is fully furnished and thoughtfully decorated, with parquet floors and painted walls. The living room has a large, comfortable sofa and armchairs. In the fully equipped kitchen you will find a washing machine, dishwasher, electric stove-top, and dining table. All of the bedrooms are beautiful, bright and big and each would be comfortable to rent as a single or as a couple. While two of the bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, there are also two full shared bathrooms. Calle de Padilla is very conveniently located in the heart of Salamanca, close to some of Madrid's best shopping and dining. There are two metro stops a short walk from the apartment, so you will have quick and easy access to the rest of the city.
The Núñez de Balboa (lines 5 and 9) and Rubén Darío (line 5) metro stops are both a very short walk from the apartment. The 1, 5 ,14 ,27, 45, 74, 150, N1, N22, and N24 buses also stop nearby. Many of Madrid's most famous attractions, parks, bars, and shopping are within walking distance.
Payment method: cash
Utilities limit: €40 per month (tenants to pay excess)
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Suitable for: Professionals, Students
Restrictions: This property is only for Postgraduate students, Professionals
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.