Sale of flat in Chamartín, Ideal and cosy are the main characteristics of this property of 94 square meters, located on the eighth floor of a building with swimming pool and 24 hour security, just ten minutes from the central square of Castile. The house is distributed in living room with incorporated terrace, large master bedroom with terrace and dressing room, bathroom and kitchen. The property enjoys spectacular views. It has thermal and acoustic insulation with wool injection throughout the house. John Taylor offers you the possibility of acquiring a fantastic property in one of the most quoted and central areas of Madrid.
Description of the area:
Chamartín is a district of Madrid, which is located north of the capital. It is considered one of the quietest areas to live in the city. El Viso, Prosperidad, Ciudad Jardín, Hispanoamérica, Nueva España and Castilla are the 6 neighbourhoods that make up the city.
Originally it was a town near Madrid called Chamartín de la Rosa, mostly belonging to the Dukes of Pastrana-Infantado. Napoleon Bonaparte stayed in his palace on his trip to Madrid on the occasion of the War of Independence. Later, in 1880, the Dukes of Pastrana donated their land and the so-called Quinta del Recuerdo to the Company of Jesus for the foundation of the Nuestra Señora del Recuerdo School, known as the Jesuits of Chamartín, one of the most important schools in the capital of Spain in the 20th century. As a consequence of the expansion of the city in the middle of this century, Chamartín was finally annexed to Madrid on June 5, 1948.
The nerve centre is Plaza Castilla. One of its main characteristics is that it is very well communicated, since in this one a knot of communications converges; In its subway station three lines are crossed, it has different stops of buses and it counts on the Station of Chamartín, where suburban and long-distance trains depart.
Chamartín is home to the most important companies in Spain, located in the skyscrapers of the city. The Four Towers Business Area: It is made up of four skyscrapers that are the highest in Madrid and Spain. La Puerta de Europa, better known as Las Torres KIO, are two equal towers inclined 15º with respect to the vertical. In the square that surrounds them, you will find the Obelisk of Calatrava, since it was designed by the well-known architect Santiago Calatrava.