## Apartment description
From the sweeping views of the Albaicin district in which it nestles to the charmingly decorated interior, this cave house is a truly unique property. Located on Calle Verea Baja, this flat is fully equipped and is a perfect balance between authentic and modern. Though the house is located in the hillside, commuting or venturing to the city center will be hassle free with the bus line C2 located a 5 minute stroll. Tenants will love the narrow streets and the beautiful and unobstructed views of the mountainside; living in this 35 m2 cave house will be a once in a lifetime opportunity!
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## What we liked most
* Our favorite aspect was the picturesque views of the Granada mountaintops seen from the entrance to the property. Tenants will never get tired of the gorgeous scenery! You can even see the Alhambra.
* Though it is a very traditional cave house, the property is equipped with everything you need; there is a washing machine, stovetop, and even a toaster!
* The furniture used to decorate the house is charming and traditional; the contrast between the bright colors and the white walls is absolutely gorgeous!
* The sofa in the living room turns into a bed, so you can host your friends and family!
## Things to keep in mind
* The bathroom is a bit small, but it has all necessary amenities.
## Additional details
This apartment has single electric heating and electric water heating. You can dry your clothes on racks outsode the property. The price of rent doesn't include electricity and water. The minimum lease for this apartment is 30 days (1 month).
## Landlord policies
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is not permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by cash, credit card, or bank transaction.
The C2 bus line, which takes you to the city center, is located within 5-minutes walking from the house.
## Neighborhood description
Albaicín: In 1994, this whole neighborhood was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This neighborhood, with its beautiful winding streets, was one of the main hubs during the Muslim occupation. You'll not only find the spectacular views facing the Alhambra from the Iglesia de San Nicolás, but also some of the city's best nightlife offerings on Calle Elvira and Plaza Nueva. To catch the best flamenco, including at Las Cuevas de la Rocío, head to Sacromonte, which is home to famous cave houses.
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