John Taylor puts on sale flat in Hispanoamerica-Bernabeú.
Description of the property.
Modern and luxurious apartment of 225m² brand new. It is distributed in spacious living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, two of them with en suite bathroom, three bathrooms. Service bedroom with bathroom, terrace area clothesline and guest toilet.
The property stands out for its high quality construction and finishes. oak flooring, ecological heating by biomass, air conditioning with heat pump, large number of built-in wardrobes and kitchen equipped with high-end appliances. It also stands out for its high luminosity.
The property includes a parking space and a storage room in the price.
Calm and familiar property with service of porter's lodge from Monday to Friday.
Years ago, Chamartín was a town close to Madrid but nowdays is headquarters so some of the most important national and multinational companies. It also has relevant interesting places as Auditorio Nacional de Música (National Auditorium), Museo de Ciencias Naturales (Natural Science Museum) Museo de la Ciudad (City Museum), Parque de Berlín, Parque del Canal de Isabel II, Juzgados de la Plaza de Castilla and Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
This area is made up of the following well known neighborhoods: Hispanoamérica, Viso, Nueva España, Prosperidad, Ciudad Jardín, and Castilla, which accommodates the financial heart of the capital city. The worlwide well known Real Madrid stadium Santiago Bernabéu is located in Barrio Hispanoamérica, making this area a great place interest. We can also find a large variety of restaurants and some of the most important schools in Madrid. One of the best markets in Madrid: the prestigious Mercado de Chamartín, well known for its high quality and wide variety in any kind of food products. Around Plaza Castilla are the most prominent skyscrapers, the most famous are the linings towers Puerta de Europa or also known as Torres Kio designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson. This is where Paseo de la Castellana, the main Madrid´s artery that crosses the city from north to south connect with Paseo de Recoletos and Paseo del Prado which finishes in Atocha train station. Its bounded to the north with Calle Alberto Alcocer and Avenida Costa Rica, to the south with Avenida Concha Espina, to the west to Paseo de la Castellana and to the east with Avenida de la Paz or also known as M30.