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Apt 14: Executive Flat Carlos III Univ. Madrid

Calle Arganzuela, Madrid, Spain


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Property Description

Enjoy a beautiful and modern apartment near the Barrio de Latina, Lavapies & Austrias in Madrid. The oldest part of Madrid combines the majestic Royal Palace with the popular atmosphere of Plaza Mayor and surroundings. Around the apartment you can enjoy different restaurants and bars in most renowned coolest area of the city. A few minutes walk away is the Royal Palace, next door to Carlos III University, Puerta de Toledo, Almudena Cathedral and Rastro sunday market. 

Located in base floor of a recently renovated old style building called corralas that were arranged around an interior courtyard. The apartment is modern with new furniture and appliances, microwave, steam oven, washer/dryer, dishwasher, two range stove, refrigerator, and all kitchen utensils needed. Has a small office desk, fast fiber internet (500Mbps), Sofa, and one AC module unit and separate units for heating. The bathroom and shower is ample as you can see in the pictures. Large queen bed and very large armoire closet.

Sleeps 2 people. Please read the house rules.

Property Details

Property Type

Entire Rental unit


40 m2





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Renovated in


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Property Location

Calle Arganzuela, Madrid, Spain

Location Information

The tourist district of Lavapiés lies in the southeast part of almond-shaped central Madrid. As in the neighbouring Barrio de La Latina, the streets here are steep, narrow and maze-like, which reminds us that the area emerged in the Middle Ages as a quarter outside the walled town soon after Madrid became the capital of the kingdom in 1561.

Plaza MayorLa Encarnación Monastery and Plaza de la Villa, with buildings erected in the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries – Casa de la Villa (formerly, Madrid City Hall), Los Lujanes TowerCisneros House –, are the main architectural complexes built under the Hapsburgs.

La Latina district with El Rastro flea market, the tapas, the festival of La Paloma, Las Vistillas Gardens and much more, this fun-loving area of Madrid is a must see. This commercial tradition still echoes in several street and square names, such as Plaza de la Cebada (Barley Square), where the farmers’ market used to be held, Plaza de los Carros (Carriage Square), Plaza de la Paja (Straw Square), or even El Rastro (owing its name to the blood trail of the old slaughterhouse), the city’s best-known flea market.


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House Rules

Please abide by the rules, these are made to allow building residents to coexist with tourists

  • No parties allowed at any time, make noise or disorderly conduct that will disturb the neighbors (residential building with strict rules)

  • No Smoking inside or throw cigarette litter out the window

  • Do not bring pets to the property

  • Late night check-ins will incur in an extra fee.

The breach of any of these rules that involves the police or neighbors will result in the immediate termination of reservation and eviction from the property without any reimbursement.

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