In a beautiful building at the corner between two of the most representative streets of the Trafalgar neighborhood, we find this charming 140 sqm apartment (180 built sqm) that has been refurbished with exquisite taste and elegant design but preserving the charm of its high ceilings and old restored moldings.
The whole apartment enjoys a fantastic light thanks to its wide windows overlooking the street and its bay-window on the corner.
The social area, divided into two spacious areas, occupies the corner of the apartment and thanks to its large windows facing south, enjoys a fantastic natural light that gives it a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere.
The kitchen, of stylish modern design, has been renovated and is fully equipped. It even has a small room for the washing machine and clothes dryer.
In addition to the en-suite bathroom in the master bedroom and a practical guest toilet, there are also two other bathrooms.
This charming apartment features all the amenities that will allow you to turn it into your ideal home: ducted air conditioning, underfloor heating, built-in wardrobes, wooden floors, indirect light sensor in the hallway, doorman in the building, etc.
AVAILABLE FROM MARCH 1st.
Belonging to the district of Chamberí and bounded by Calle Bravo Murillo, San Bernardo, José Abascal, Santa Engracia, Carranza and Sagasta, Trafalgar is one of the oldest and most attractive neighborhoods in the capital.
It arose in the expansion that took place in Chamberí in the middle of the 19th century and has gone from being a workers' neighborhood in its beginnings to a neighborhood with a marked residential character.
Fuencarral stands out among its streets, a leisure area with bars, shops, playgrounds and cinemas that make all passers-by enjoyable.
One of the most notorious transformations in the neighborhood was the collapse of the Market of Supplies in the 1970s that gave way to the charming Plaza de Olavide, the neuralgic center of the neighborhood.
This square is the most important of the place and houses parks for the little ones, neighborhood shops and dozens of bars where you can have a few good beers or tortilla skewers.
Another attraction in the area is Chamberí Station. Formerly belonging to Metro line 1, it was closed in 1966 and in 2008 was refurbished to become a museum, one of the two headquarters of the Metro de Madrid's interpretation centre, also known as Andén 0.
The neoclassical Church of Santa Teresa and Santa Isabel is also distinctive of Trafalgar. The church carries with it a legend: It tells the story of the priest Merino who tried to kill Queen Elizabeth II. On the way to his death, Merino passed through the church and said "this church will sink after they kill me. In 1936 this sacred temple was set on fire and finally restored in the 1950s.
Trafalgar is definitely a friendly neighborhood, full of history, with many interesting places to visit and places to stop for a drink and relax.