In one of her latest projects, Rosa Bernal manages to reform this house in the Salamanca neighbourhood, with solutions tailored to the owner and taking care of all the details. On the fifth floor of a building dating from the 1930s, we find this comfortable, brightly renovated flat.
The distribution of the house is very comfortable, with a west facing exterior area where we find a large living room, a large dining room that could also be used as a bedroom or office, and a second bedroom with fitted wardrobes and bathroom on suite, and the east facing interior area overlooking a large courtyard, where we find an elegant kitchen perfectly equipped with a bathroom if needed service, and the large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, and dressing room and bathroom on suite. Next to the living-room there is also a courtesy toilet, and the house has a small terrace of about 6m²..
The house was renovated taking care of the last detail, such as the hydraulic closures for drawers and toilets, the rehabilitation of the original floors, the kitchen and bathroom qualities, the paint used in all the rooms, or the installation of air conditioning through ducts.
The building has an elevator, concierge and central heating services.
This area of Barrio Salamanca commonly known as Castellana area is bounded by the streets Don Ramon de la Cruz, Paseo de la Castellana, María de Molina and Principe de Vergara. It is part of the urban complex designed by the Marques of Salamanca as result of the expansion downtown Madrid in the 19th century. These grid designed streets have some of the major foundations such as the Juan March Foundation and Foundation Carlos of Antwerp. We also find the Museum Lázaro Galdiano Museum named after the previous owner and donor where you will find a varied collection of art pieces that are of great importance. The proximity of one of the most renowned business school´s campus and many banking offices mean we have a great variety of services for residents as well as workers and students. You will find the most sought after restaurants, trendy cafes, schools as well as hospitals. The Plaza of Marques de Salamanca is the backbone of the different areas in the district. This largely residential and commercial district is well connected with the rest of the city by car and public transport. The bordering streets are some of the most important of the city like Paseo de la Castellana and María de Molina with quick and easy access to the airport and north of the city. When it comes to public transportation this is an area that is filled with different bus lines and underground stops.