With spring just around the corner, perhaps you are considering a change. Are you suffering from spring fever? If so, maybe you are thinking of making an important change in your life, perhaps a change of home.

Testa Residencial is a good choice in which you can trust to make this change. We are the leading property company in home rentals with over 11,000 properties for rent throughout the main regions and cities of Spain, with the autonomous community of Madrid, and especially the city of Madrid, being the region where we have most homes available for those looking to rent a flat in Madrid.

Living in Madrid is an option for many people, whether they are from the capital or because they have ended up living there for personal or work reasons.

In addition to a wide range of types of home to choose from, Madrid also has a variety of areas – central, residential or in the outskirts – and Testa Residencial has homes to rent in all of them.

What are the new developments that Testa Residencial has available for you?

Living in Madrid: new rental home developments with Testa Residencial

Living in Madrid… in the centre

If this change of life has led you to look for a rental home in the centre of Madrid, have you considered the Argüelles area?

Testa Residencial offers one, two and three bedroom properties in calle Juan Álvarez Mendizábal. With premium quality materials, these rental flats in the centre of Madrid have parquet flooring, fitted wardrobes, fitted kitchens with household appliances, electric water heater and security door, in addition to an optional parking space and storeroom.

Located next to el parque del Oeste, el Templo de Debod and Plaza de España, the building is a two-minute walk from calle Princesa, an area with a host of shops and services. As regards transport in the area, there are several bus routes that pass close to the building and it is 5 minutes from the Argüelles and Ventura Rodríguez underground stations.

Living in Madrid… in residential areas

If this change in your life involves renting a home in a residential area, you might wish to consider the area of Conde de Orgaz. Among other developments, Huertas de Orgaz could be the best option for you.

One, two and three bedroom flats, and studio flats, very bright and refurbished. With new kitchens and bathrooms with excellent finishings, in addition to floating laminate flooring, security door, fitted wardrobes and air conditioning, these flats for rent in Madrid are located in a gated residential community with concierge service, large communal garden areas, outdoor swimming pool, paddle tennis court and gym. The properties include a parking space and storage room.

The development is located in the residential neighbourhood of Conde de Orgaz, 15 minutes from the city centre and with fast access to the M-40 motorway and Barajas airport.

Living in Madrid… in the outskirts: Móstoles

Testa Residencial also has various home rental developments in towns close to the capital. Móstoles, among many others, is one of these towns. In this municipality in the south of the autonomous community of Madrid, there are two new developments: Móstoles I, in calle Hydra, and Móstoles II, in calle Cefeo.

Both developments include newly refurbished two bedroom properties, with floating laminate flooring, security door and fitted wardrobes. The kitchen is fully equipped with top quality household appliances and the properties are located in a gated residential community with concierge service, large communal garden areas and communal swimming pool. A parking space and storage room are included in the rent.

Located in the PAU-4 (urban development area) of Móstoles, both developments have excellent connections to the city centre. They are also close to the M-50 ring road, which provides easy access to the city of Madrid. The developments are also close to the Manuel Malasaña underground station.


So, if this spring that change in your life involves a change of home, you can count on Testa Residencial to help you in your search for a rental property. Especially if you live in Madrid!

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