**2 months' rent required as a deposit.**
## Apartment description
This spacious and welcoming apartment is available to rent on Calle Gonzalo Bilbao in the Santa Justa district. With a very large and bright living area, a kitchen that is almost as big, and 2 comfortable bedrooms, you'll have plenty of space living here. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, and there is one other complete bathroom. The 90?m² apartment is well furnished and equipped, ready with everything you'll need from the moment you move in.
The apartment is in a great location - far enough from the tourist areas to have more peace and quiet, but only a short walk from the centre when you go for a night out, or want to be a tourist yourself. There's plenty in the local area too, with nearby supermarkets, banks, bakeries, restaurants, parks, and more, all within a few minute's walk.
## What we liked most
* The kitchen is huge – plenty of space to cook up a feast.
* You have central AC throughout the apartment – cold for the sweltering summer, and hot for the occasionally chilly winter.
* With Santa Justa station just around the corner, the whole of Spain is only a train ticket away.
* Want to play tourist? You can walk to the magnificent Catedral de Sevilla in less than 20 minutes.
## Additional details
* Property type: apartment
* Floor area: 90?m²
* Floor: 1st
* Elevator: yes
* Number of bathrooms: 2 (1 of which is en-suite)
* Wi-Fi installed: no
* Water, electricity, gas, internet: €100 per month (approximate cost)
## Landlord policies
* Languages spoken: Spanish
* Lives in property: no
* Deposit: 2 months’ rent
* Payment method: bank transaction
* Smoking: not allowed
* Pets: not allowed
* Sevilla Santa Justa train station is just an 8-minute walk from the apartment. From here you can catch trains across Spain.
* There are lots of bus routes available within a couple of minute's walk.
## Neighborhood description
**San Pablo – Santa Justa**
Your local community
San Pablo: a neighbourhood built in a panic.
Let me explain: In the 1960s, a flash flood struck Seville. A community had to be rebuilt. The locals, the factory workers, and their families needed homes.
A mere 5 years later, Polígono de San Pablo was complete. With plazas, churches, and health centres, it was hard to remember a time before it existed.
To this day, San Pablo is a tight-knit community. Your neighbours ask about your family. They want to know how your day is going.
Do you want to belong somewhere?
You should consider San Pablo.
**What can I do here?**
Plazas, plazas, and more plazas. Lucky you. Seriously. Come summer, it’s where the action is.
San Pablo is quiet and central. It’s your base for exploring Seville. The historical Santa Cruz district and the Nervión shopping areas are both nearby.
Participate in daily barrio life. Spend the afternoon in one of the local plazas. Get to get to know your neighbours.
Go find the murals decorating the streets. Gorgeous technicolour dreams draping the facades and fences. There are more than 30. All are painted by artists of international renown.
The streets of San Pablo are named after famous Sevillanos or Spaniards:
* In Sector A, they're named after Flamenco songs.
* In Sector B, they take on the names of singers.
* In Sector C, you'll find the names of bullfighters.
**Can I afford it?**
€ (budget friendly)
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