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Moving to Madrid? This 1-bedroom apartment on Calle Villarramiel in Villaverde could be your next home! The living room is spacious and has two sofa beds - perfect for if you want to fit in two more tenants. There is also a flatscreen TV and dining table, which is great for having friends over for a meal. The bedroom has two single beds and comes with a built-in wardrobe. The kitchen comes fully equipped with all of your basic appliances, including an oven, a stovetop, a washing machine, and fridge. The bathroom is modern and has a lovely glass door shower.
Villaverde may be south of the city center, but locals call this _barrio_ home thanks to its authentic and residential feel. Here, there are plenty of shops and restaurants for you to enjoy. Right down the road from the apartment, you’ll find your typical neighborhood bar, Bar Luna Ramoni Dumitrascu, where you can enjoy a nice cup of coffee before starting your day. Supermarkets nearby include Dia, Mercadona, and Ahorra Más.
- Property type: apartment
- Floor: 2nd
- Elevator: yes
- Number of bathrooms: 1
- Maximum occupancy: 4
- Wi-Fi installed: yes
- Towels and bedlinen: yes, included
- Utility bills: included
- Right across the street from Villaverde Bajo station where you can catch Cercanías lines C3 & C4.
- If you'd prefer to take the metro into the city center, catch the 3 train from Villaverde Bajo - Cruce station.
- Campos Ibañez - J. Jose Mtnez. Seco bus stop is right down the road ans serves routes 85, 123, & N13.
Your residential, multicultural home
Are you looking for a quiet home in Madrid?
Villaverde might be the place for you.
It’s a working-class neighbourhood with a medieval past. It was once a _pueblo_ (village.) You can still enjoy that small-town feel here.
Villaverde is affordable, has good transport and is great for families...
Great for yours?
**What can I do here?**
Explore the neighbourhood. Enjoy the small-town vibe.
Take the cercanías train to the medieval towns and villages past the Madrid mountains: Chinchón, Ávila, or Segovia. The eating is good out there, people.
**Medieval Spain fact**
In 1085, the prestigious Order of Santiago was based in Villaverde. They led a _reconquista_ to take back the rule of Madrid from the Moors. Historic.
**Can I afford it?** € (budget friendly)
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