This is it: the creme de la creme. You can stop searching and tearing your hair out over housing because this 6 bedroom apartment has it all!
We took a dilapidated, rundown apartment that predates the Spanish civil war and brought it back to its former glory (and then some!). We ripped out the floors, tore down the walls, pulled out the plumbing and yanked out all of the old wiring. But that’s not the best part; the best part is that each room has its own private balcony overlooking the street, all except for room 6 (Duquesa Sunrise) which has its own private bathroom. Each of the 6 rooms are huge in comparison to what you typically find in Madrid, most them including sitting areas where you can relax and enjoy a book or comfortably pick out what you want to wear. Each room also has a specific stenciled mural: Room 1 has a Puerta de Alcala stencil, Room 2 has a stenciled portrait of the Duchess of Alba, Room 3 has a Kill Bill inspired stencil which we call Señorita Kiddo, Room 4 has a four Faced Lestat stencil, room 5 has a Salvador Dali on fire and finally room 6 has is stenciled after the Duchess of sunrise.
The common area has a great space with a stenciled mural of the Puerta de Alcala, two very comfy couches, a center table and a restored old fashioned stove that serves as a TV table. Each tenant has their own locked and private cabinet to store their food. The kitchen comes fully furnished with a fridge, electric stove and everything else you might need during your stay. There are 3 bathrooms: 1 private in Room 6 (Duquesa Sunrise) and two others for general use. This apartment speaks for itself; take advantage of being one of the first tenants to live in this stunning flat, located in the very popular Chamberi area and only a 10 minute walk to Moncloa or a 6 minute metro ride to the city center.
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