**A bargain hunter’s dream?**
## Apartment description
This spacious 3-bedroom apartment is in residential Moratalaz. So it’s much less expensive than a similar apartment in the city centre.
It’s spacious. Bright. The walls are sunflower-yellow. The floors are parquet. You have AC and heating throughout.
The living room has a dining table. The kitchen has an electric stove, oven and a microwave. A dishwasher and a washing machine too.
You are a 5-minute walk from Pavones metro station. From here, it’s just 4 stops to the city centre (Ibiza).
**Move here to be near:**
• Pavones metro (L9)
• Parque de la Cuña Verde de O’Donnell
## What we liked most
* The price (low) and location (metro station) make this unbeatable value for money.
* This property is quite new.
* Comfortable furniture.
* No clutter. You can make this your home.
* Moratalaz is a convenient place to live. You have lots shops and eateries here.
## Things to keep in mind
* It’s on the ground floor, facing a small playground.
## Additional details
* Property type: apartment
* Floor: ground
* Elevator: no
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Wi-Fi activated: no
## Landlord policies
* Speaks English: no
* Lives in property: no
* Deposit: 1 month’s rent
* Payment method: cash; bank transaction
* Several bus lines stop in front of the apartment
* Pavones metro station (Line 9) is a 5-minute walk from the property. It goes straight to the heart of Madrid
## Neighborhood description
**In a few words:** residential and quiet
Greenery, supermarkets, schools and quiet streets.
In Moratalaz, residents enjoy a quiet, relaxed life not far from the centre of the city. With lots of parks to relax in, Moratalaz is perfect if you’re looking for a calm place to live in Madrid.
**What can I do here?**
Take a long walk through a park such as nearby Retiro or the Cuña Verde de O’Donnell. Go to the La Elipa sports centre. It has an outdoor pool and a baseball court.
It’s a short metro ride to the city centre. There you can enjoy such famous sights as the Puerta del Sol or the Plaza Mayor.
In 2001, in Moratalaz, Valencia native Antonio Galbis broke the Guinness World Record for the largest paella ever made. Over 100,000 locals enjoyed the record-smashing paella. Delicious.
**Can I afford it?** € (budget friendly)
## Floor plan