John Taylor Luxury Real Estate puts at your fingertips the possibility of buying this spectacular home strategically located in the best area of Nueva España, Chamartin. Situated on the 14th floor of a stately building, the house offers spectacular views of the whole of Madrid. With an area of 280 square meters, we enter this wonderful flat through a spacious hall that gives way to two lounges with a large balcony, facing south. Leaving behind the reception area, the house offers us the possibility of enjoying four splendid bedrooms with three bathrooms. We move on to the kitchen area, with a large capacity totally outside and with independent service access. The property is distinguished by its natural light due to its wonderful South East orientation. The property is currently in need of refurbishment. Prime location, unique opportunity to make your dream come true, the home you were looking for.
Description of the location:
In its beginnings, Chamartín was a town close to Madrid and today is home to large national and multinational companies, also has important sites of interest such as the National Auditorium of Music, the Museum of Natural Sciences, the City Museum, the Berlin Park, the Canal de Isabel II Park, the Courts of the Plaza de Castilla and the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. It is made up of the well-known Latin American neighbourhoods, El Viso, Nueva España la Prosperidad, Ciudad Jardín and Castilla, which house the financial heart of the Spanish capital. The world famous Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is located in the Hispanoamerica neighborhood, making it a place of great interest. We can also find many restaurants and some of the most important schools in the city, as well as one of the best markets in Madrid: the prestigious Chamartín Market, renowned for its high quality and variety in all types of food.
The Plaza de Castilla area is home to the most notable skyscrapers in Madrid's profile, including the well-known inclined Puerta de Europa towers or KIO Towers, designed by the renowned architect Philip Johnson. This is the birthplace of Paseo de la Castellana, the main artery of Madrid that crosses from north to south to connect with Paseo de Recoletos and Paseo del Prado that reaches the station of Atocha. It is bordered to the north by Alberto Alcocer Street and Costa Rica Avenue, to the south by Concha Espina Avenue, to the west by Paseo de la Castellana and to the east by Avenida de la Paz, or also known as the M 30.