Magnificent penthouse of 776m² with three terraces, garden, swimming pool and garage on the estate, located in a renovated old palace located in one of the most prime streets of the Barrio de Salamanca.
Opportunity to live in one of the most exclusive and unique homes in Madrid, in the same street José Ortega y Gasset. They are two impressive homes built in an old palace of the early nineteenth century, completely exterior with wonderful views.
The access to the building is made from a magnificent portal preserved from the old palace on which the reconstruction was made in 2003, with a superb passage of carriages that leads to the original staircase of the palace.
They are two houses that add a total surface of approximately 900m² and with many possibilities to be able to integrate them into one. It is currently divided into a duplex attic of 350m², with access staircase to the exclusive use of 157m² terraces and a second property built on a floor of more than 425m² but ready to give access to the 85m² terrace and create another impressive duplex.
The house includes five very spacious parking spaces, which are accessed directly from the garden. It also has two storage rooms in the same building.
The building has a doorman and security personnel 24 hours, and a security camera system that guarantees the security of the house.
Barrio de Salamanca is divided in 6 districts. The two most sophisticated and elegant are Recoletos and Castellana. Recoletos is bounded by Paseo de la Castellana, Alcala, Principe de Vergara and Don Ramon de la Cruz. It is one of the few in Madrid with a well defined urban structure of blocks by perpendicular streets. Within Barrio de Salamanca, Recoletos area nowadays it´s the most demanded one by locals and visitors without being however a typical tourist district. On Serrano and Ortega y Gasset the most international luxury brands in fashion are located, as well as jewellery and watches another flagship stores of well recognized Spanish brands and quintessential Spanish department store El Corte Ingles. It is undoubtedly considered the golden mile of shopping in Madrid. In parallel streets like Claudio Coello, Ayala, Hermosilla etc. this offer is completed with charming boutiques and clothing local designers and national brands. Between these streets we find the Mercado de la Paz. It is a famous local food market, built in 1879 born of the need to cater to this new urban core, currently Barrio de Salamanca. Ortega y Gasset street and Serrano street are especially nice for the uniqueness and beauty of its buildings and architectural styles.