2 200 EUR / Month
A hidden treasure in La Latina: the luxury of the authentic
Beautiful furnished 115 sqm apartment located in the historic Plaza de la Paja, definitely one of the most beautiful and charming squares of historic Madrid.
The newly finished refurbishment perfectly combines the charm of the old houses in the area with the functionality of modern materials. With its three balconies overlooking the plaza and its high ceilings, this cheerful apartment enjoys a fantastic natural light that, together with the exceptional views, provides a unique and welcoming atmosphere: the feeling of living in the square of a traditional village but in the heart of Madrid's oldest and most authentic neighbourhood.
It has two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms and fitted wardrobes. The spacious living room, with its dining area, enjoys views of the square as well as the master bedroom. The kitchen, fully equipped and with plenty of natural light, has its own dining area.
This exclusive apartment also has individual heating, air conditioning, projector and cinema screen, washer/dryer, etc.
A perfect apartment to discover the most bohemian Madrid and get lost in its medieval streets and squares.
La Latina occupies much of the oldest section of Madrid, sometimes referred to as El Madrid de los Austrias which maintains a peculiar urban layout similar to the medieval distribution, with spacious squares and narrow streets that follow the former course of creeks. As such, the effect is often that of a traditional pueblo rather than the heart of a major city. Its configuration overlaps almost perfectly with the first walled enclosures of the ninth-century fortress, Almudena - and that of the city - Medina - that surrounded it. Its streets have felt the presence of all historical events that took place in Madrid in all periods, without losing its popular character. In this sense it can be said that La Latina constitutes a large part of the true historic center of Madrid.
La Latina is Madrid's quintessential neighbourhood for beer, tapas, and terraces although on workdays it's a regular, everyday part of the city, with locals shopping at the Mercado de la Cebada and kids playing in any of the numerous squares. Don't miss having a look at the beautiful churches and basilicas hidden in the narrow streets.