This stunning attic, in the most prime area of Madrid, bathes in natural light and consists of nothing but luxury standards in materials and design. The spacious living space of almost 400m2 has been created thinking of comfortable family living creating separate spaces for entertainment, dining and resting for all. The living room, also a vast open space, opens to a large terrace that is ideal for receiving guests and for relaxing. The master bedroom also opens to this terrace allowing light to enter the space in all its delight. A study room and the dining room can be found next to the living room as well as the the large and modern kitchen has everything needed and desired. There is a perfect space for ironing and laundry next to the kitchen. Next to the kitchen the jewel of the property can be found as well. This is a smaller inner terrace with a fish pond, green areas, and other romantic details, creating a perfect area for morning coffees and hot summer evening escapes. There is another bedroom on this floor, a guest bathroom and beautiful wooden stairs leading upstairs. All bedrooms have their en-suite bathrooms. On the top floor other two bedrooms can be found a TV room for the youngsters. The floors have heating and there are AC units all around the house. All in all, this house is pure elegance and comfort, perfect for those looking for that something special in the best neighbourhood of Madrid.
Salamanca is one of the 21 districts that form the city of Madrid, Spain. Salamanca is located to the northeast of the historical center of Madrid. El Barrio de Salamanca is an all time high-class neighborhood in Europe, which has excellent shops, restaurants and transport facilities. The golden mile is found around Serrano, Claudio Coello and Ortega y Gasset streets. A residential, discreet, elegant and exclusive area that has about 17 schools and 10 kinder gardens. Financial centre, airport and Retiro Park are within easy reach. The limits of Salamanca district are defined by the Paseo de Recoletos and the Paseo de la Castellana to the west, the Calle de Alcalá and Calle O'Donnell to the south, the Avenida de la Paz (M-30) to the east and María de Molina Street and Avenida de América to the north. It covers an area of 540.742 hectares. A significant number of diplomatic missions are set in Salamanca district, such as the Switzerland embassy at Nuñez de Balboa with Goya street, the United States embassy at 74 Serrano street, Canada embassy in Nuñez de Balboa street and the Italian embassy in Juan Bravo Street. Salamanca is also home to the IE Business School (previously Instituto de Empresa) which is ranked among the top 10 business schools in the world.