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This landlord only allows students and professionals.
Special landlord policies.
This flat located in the Triana district of Seville has four rooms available for rent. Situated on Calle Gutierrez de Alba, this four bedroom,one bathroom is great for students or professionals looking to move into a shared apartment that is fully furnished. Each room is nicely decorated and all have a desk for studies or work, as well as a wardrobe for your belongings. Bedroom 1 is equipped with a double bed, while Bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 are furnished with single beds. The area of this apartment is 70 m².
The apartment is located on the ground floor of a building that is not equipped with an elevator. Wi-Fi is installed in the property.
There are several bus stations within a short walk from the flat that have service for bus numbers 05, 06,40, A7, C1 and C2.
Payment method: cash; bank transaction
Utilities: €35 per person per month (ie. €70 per month for a couple)
Minimum stay: 5 months (except July and August, when the minimum is 1 month)
Important: the price shown applies to rental periods of 5 months or longer. If you stay for less than 5 months, you will be charged the price for a 5 month stay, which will then be divided equally between each month of your stay.
For example: The room is €200 per month for stays of 5 months or longer. You book for 2 months. Your rent will be 5 months at €200 = €1000, divided evenly between the 2 months of your stay, = €500 per month.
Note: in the months of July and August, stays of less than 5 months are permitted for the monthly price shown on the advert.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students, Professionals
Triana: Across from the Guadalquivir from the city center, Triana is a vibrant area that has historically housed the city’s Roma population. It also has a traditional association with toreros, flamenco dancers, and flamenco singers. La Cava (divided into La Cava de los Civiles and La Cava de los Gitanos) reflects this point. Plaza de Altozano is the main plaza and Calle Betis, with breathtaking views of the Guadalquivir, is full of tapas bars and nightlife spots.