Apartment #1009, 2 Bedrooms, Coslada
- Max. number of people
- 90 m²
- Postal code
Full property description
Coslada Street (12 min walking to IE).
Metro: Avenida de América (L4, L6, L7, L9) / Diego de León (L4, L5, L6).
Interior apartment on 2nd floor with elevator and terrace. Very quiet, bright and fully furnished.
Large living room with 2 sofas, TV/DVD and dining table for 6 people.
Main bedroom with double bed and built-in closet.
Second bedroom with 2 beds, built-in closet and study table.
American kitchen with vitroceramic, oven, microwave, frigde, washdishes and washing machine.
Bathroom with shower.
Bed line and towels included.
Central heating and air conditioning.
Available amenities and services
- Parking - on-street
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Coffee maker
- Vitro ceramic
- Fan / extractor
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Roofed Patio/deck/Terrace
- Towels provided
- Hair dryer
DFLAT Office working time: Mon to Friday, from 10:00 to 19:00 hr.
.Check-in time: Mon to Friday, from 14:00 to 19:00 hr.
.Surcharge of €30 For each check in, check out or delivery of keys on Saturdays, Sundays, public holiday or any time outside the working time from 10:00 to 19:00 hr.
.No check-in or check-out: From 21:00 to 09:00 am.
.DFLAT Booking fee and 1st month rental amount by banking transfer.
.At check-in time you have to pay the guarantee deposit (2 rents, refundable at end of contract).
.Supply invoices (water, electricity, etc): according to consumption.
.Monthly rental + supply payment: 1st week of each month.
The Salamanca area is central and well connected. The neighborhoods of Recoletos, Goya and Castellana List differ from the rest of the city of Madrid in having a well-defined lattice structure. These are predominantly residential and commercial neighborhoods, which are communicated well and whose homes are expensive, so it has been traditionally considered an upscale neighborhood.
Also known for its stately facades that make Madrid one of the European capitals in terms of classical and modern architecture with its beautiful buildings of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, mixed with newer buildings or antique and stately homes. Salamanca is undoubtedly one of the most prestigious residential areas in Europe. Bounded by Paseo de la Castellana, Madrid's Retiro Park, Calle Maria de Molina and Francisco Samuels, is one of the few in Madrid with a well defined urban structure perpendicular streets. The main streets are Serrano, Velázquez and Goya.
The "Palace Museum Lazaro Galdiano" on Calle Serrano, 122 is considered one of the best private museums in Spain, with a collection of over 15,000 works of art and a library of over 20,000 books.
The "Fundacion Juan March" on 77 street Castelló founded in 1955, is an institution dedicated to promoting culture, science and the humanities. Organize exhibitions, concerts, conferences and seminars.
The "ABC Mall" on 61st Street Serrano Located in an area with many luxury stores such as Gucci, Carolina Herrera, Yves Saint-Laurent, Adolfo Dominguez, Loewe, Purification Garcia and Hoss, plus some other more affordable options as Zara, which is located in the former headquarters of newspaper ABC and houses 85 high-end boutiques devoted mainly to fashion and objects for the home.
In the "Independence Square" is the famous Puerta de Alcala and the main entrance to the "Parque del Buen Retiro". The "Student Residence" at 23 Pine Street, is a mythical place for the Spanish culture of the twentieth century.
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Concert halls
- Health/beauty spa
- Antique shops
- Fitness center/gym