## Apartment description
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom interior apartment is located on Calle López de Hoyos in the Prosperidad neighborhood in Madrid’s Chamartín district. This apartment is ideal for a person or a couple looking to live in a residential area that has plenty of connections into the center and is close to the IE Business School campus. In addition, López de Hoyos is a big commercial artery and one of the longest streets in the city. The area of the apartment is 45 m2.
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## What we liked most
* There is a beautiful patio with some chairs from which you enter the apartment
* The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need
* There is a separate room to store all of your stuff separate from the bedroom
## Things to keep in mind
* The apartment is on the ground floor that’s part of a house
## Additional details
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom 45 m2 interior apartment is located on the ground floor of the building. The apartment has central electrical heating and electrical water heating. The price of rent includes water, but all other utilities (electricity) are NOT included in the price of rent. The minimum lease for this apartment is 90 days (3 months).
## Landlord policies
Smoking is permitted inside the apartment. The landlord speaks English and doesn’t live inside the apartment. The landlord requires a two-month deposit. Rent may be paid either in cash or via bank transfer.
The apartment is a minute’s walk from the Prosperidad Metro (Line 4) stop and a five-minute walk from the Cruz del Rayo Metro (Line 9) stop. It’s also a five-minute bus ride to the IE Business School campus via the Number 9 bus.
## Neighborhood description
Prosperidad, lovingly called &'La Prospe&' by residents, is located in the southeastern part of the Chamartín district. Bordered by Avenida de Príncipe de Vergara to the west, the M-30 to the east, Avenida de América to the south, and Calle Sánchez Pacheco to the north, the neighborhood was originally settled in the 1860s as construction workers and artisans were looking for places to live as they were being priced out of the new construction in Chamberí and Salamanca. The main commercial artery of the neighborhood is Calle López de Hoyos, one of the longest streets in all of Madrid. Other points of interests are the Torres Blancas and the Auditorio Nacional de Música. Prosperidad is known as a quiet, residential neighborhood with lots of families and older residents and is best known for the Intercambiador de Avenida de América bus terminal, with service to Eastern suburbs such as Alcalá de Henares along with ALSA (national bus service) buses to other cities such as Barcelona.
## Floor plan