3 bedroom apartment, Madrid

3 bedroom apartment

Madrid, Spain
  • 3 bedrooms
  • apartment
  • Surface Area: 90m2
  • Furnished
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€550 Monthly
3 bedrooms Furnished
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**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


## Transportation
* 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
**Moratalaz**

**In a few words:** residential and quiet

**Overview**
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.

**Paella fact**
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
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