Ever dreamt of living in a historic sixteenth-century building in the heart of Seville? This Andalusian gem of an apartment is available for rent on the Calle Santiago in Centro. Right in the center of the city, you cannot find an apartment in a better location. When you walk into the apartment, you'll enter the living room. With a plush couch, an armchair, a beautiful china closet, a convenient storage area, and a flatscreen TV, this is the perfect area to relax or to have friends over for a nice afternoon glass of wine. You will also find the kitchen in this area. Small, yet convenient, it comes fully equipped and has a fridge, microwave, stovetop, and all of the pots and pans needed to whip up a delicious meal. At the end of the corridor, you'll find the bedroom. Here, there are two beds: one double bed and one single bed. Thus, the apartment can sleep up to three people comfortably. The bedroom also has plenty of storage space thanks to the built-in closet. In the same hallway, you'll find the bathroom and the toilet. Separate in its own room, there is a toilet and sink along with a washing machine and a convenient storage closet for cleaning supplies. Across the hall, you'll find the bathroom, which has a shower and sink. Our favorite part of the building is the outdoor patio. With beautiful cobblestones, it's the perfect place to relax with a good book on a sunny day.
Centro preserves Seville's past. You'll walk around with your jaw-dropped as you take in the beauty of the city's architecture. And living in the center, you'll have a bar or café to stop at as you head to class or work. Right by the apartment, you'll find some of Seville's main landmarks, including the Cathedral with the Giralda, the Alcázares, and the Santa Cruz neighborhood. For groceries, you can easily go to Día or Más, both located nearby.
- This is probably the best location to live in all of Seville!
- Homechecker Guadaira described the place as an oasis in the middle of the action.
- The friendly landlord will make your stay comfortable.
- We appreciate how the toilet is separate from the shower - convenient when getting ready in the morning!
- Property type: apartment
- Floor area: 54m²
- Floor: 1st
- Elevator: no
- Number of bathrooms: 1
- Maximum occupancy: 3
- Wi-Fi installed: yes
- Building fees: yes, included in price of rent
- Towels and linens: no, not included (payable to landlord)
- Cleaning service: payable to landlord
- Utility bills: included
- Languages spoken: Spanish
- Lives on property: no
- Smoking: not allowed
- Pets: not allowed
- Deposit: 1 month’s rent
- Payment method: bank transfer
- **Additional documentation:**
- ID / Passport
- Work Contract
- Recent Paychecks / Bank Statement
- Close to Ponce de León bus stop, which serves routes 27 & 32.
- Another bus stop nearby is Santiago (Pza J. de La Redención), connecting you with the C5 route.
- Just a 16-minute walk to Sevilla-Santa Justa, Seville's main train station.
**Move here to be near:**
- La Campana Street
- Las Setas
- Plaza Del Duque
- Calle Tetuán
- Calle Sierpes
- Seville Town Hall
- Plaza El Salvador
- Ponce de Leon bus station
- Casa de Pilotos
**Centro – Casco Antiguo**
Your central, historical, and traditional home
Are you looking for a home with a big personality? A place breathing with history.
Welcome to Casco Antiguo. It’s Seville’s old town. It’s in the heart of the city. Live here, and you’ll be transported back to the age of miracles and marvels, kings and queens, passion and power. You can find all of these here:
- Religious Processions
- Sun-burnt plazas
- Masterly ancient architecture
It's a labyrinth of surprises that fits into just 4??km².
You can walk to all the other popular areas in the city: Alfalfa, Santa Catalina, and Encarnación. All are not to miss.
In Casco Antiguo a magical, sun-drenched world is waiting for you.
**What can I do here? **
If you’re a student and it’s the weekend, Alfalfa is the place to be. You'll find bar-lined streets, Erasmus students, and local Sevillanos.
When you want to go shopping, head to Calle Tetuán and Calle Sierpes. Walk along the connecting streets and alleyways, and you’ll find tiny, unique boutiques.
Seville's old town is home to the world's largest wooden structure. It's called Metropol Parasol. It looks like 6 nuclear mushroom clouds. (Or maybe they are trees. Or honeycombs. It’s hard to say.) The locals have renamed it _Las Setas_ (the mushrooms). Climb to the top for views of Seville's skyline. It costs 3 euros, and you get a free drink.
Under the Parasol you’ll find a food market and Roman ruins. So it’s a real 3-in-1 day out.
Seville has the 3rd largest Old Town in Europe. It has 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Alcázar Palace, the Cathedral, and the Archivo de Indias. Ancient!
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