This is a sunny, furnished bedroom with a single bed, desk, shelving, and standalone wardrobe. It has a heating unit, independent key, and balcony with an interior patio view.
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This very large student apartment has 12 bedrooms available to rent in Cheuca, in the heart of Madrid. Located on the famous Calle Fuencarral, the apartment places you in the middle of one of Madrid's most famous shopping districts. There are plenty of markets, restaurants, and bars nearby and the city's most famous sights and neighborhoods are within walking distance. You are sure to have a great time while living in this neighborhood, which some refer to as Madrid's SoHo. At 300 sqm, the apartment itself is very spacious and comfortable. All of the bedrooms are fully furnished and many have private en-suite bathrooms. Several bedrooms also feature balconies, and some may be rented by couples. The apartment has a small dining room, and living area with sofas and a flat screen television. The large, fully equipped kitchen has two refrigerators, an oven, washing machine, electric stove, small appliances, and plenty of storage space. This apartment is a fantastic option for students looking to discover Madrid and meet new people.
This apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a building which is not equipped with an elevator. It has natural gas heating and water heating. You can dry your clothes on a rack inside the apartment. Wi-Fi is installed on the property and it is activated.
This apartment is within walking distance of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, and most of Madrid's most famous sights and neighborhoods. You probably will not need public transportation, however the closest metro station is Gran Vía, serving lines 1 and 5, and it is located just down the street.
Payment method: bank transfer; credit card
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Chueca is a very lively neighborhood and well known for its gay friendliness. It is a big neighborhood attracting all ages and all types. Therefore, stores are also ranging from cheap to exclusive. Some people call Chueca the “SoHo” of Madrid with its New York-ish feel, some beautiful bright colored facades, and the many iron balconies. Plaza de Chueca is the center of activity, with a lot of people enjoying the terraces when weather allows for it, and in Mercado de San Antón just behind Plaza de Chueca, you can enjoy a variety of traditional tapas as well as sushi, Greek, and Italian dishes. Calle Fuencarral runs through the neighborhood and a majority of the stores are open on Sundays (something that is often hard to come by in Madrid!).