This stunning 1,200 sqm penthouse is located on the three top floors of a Palace House built in 1874 by the Marquis of Cubas, who was also working on the Madrid Cathedral by that time. The property consists of twelve rooms, six bedrooms, a tower, a kitchen with breakfast room, six bathrooms and terrace-garden. It also have ten marble chimneys, some of them come from a Palace located on the Paseo de la Castellana. The palatial decoration includes six boiseries in different noble wood and an important coffered ceiling in all the main areas. The ceilings high goes from 3m in the lowest parts up to 6m in the highest parts. The floorings are made of Italian marble, tropical wood and imported carpets from England. The tower located in the corner of the house is double high and has the charm of English libraries with a dome. It has a cinema equipped with sophisticated technology . Some bathrooms have also a sauna. The ample terrace has a small kitchen with a dumbwaiter that gives service to all the floors. There is a covered porch which can be used as an outdoor lounge. Hot water, heating and air conditioning by heat pump. Installation is divided into seven zones. All the rooms are connected by a switchboard that allows communication between the rooms and the street.
Chamberí is a district located in the city of Madrid (Spain) that is divided into six areas (Gaztambide, Arapiles, Trafalgar, Almagro, Rios Rosas and Vallehermoso). It´s part of the so-called city centre and has a population of about 150,000. Most of the streets are filled with trees on both sides of the road. The district is known to be a residential area, which has maintained much of its traditional shops. The neighborhood of Almagro is the most representative of the Chamberí area. It is bounded by the streets José Abascal, Paseo de la Castellana, Genova and Santa Engracia, forming a high-end residential environment. The Almagro area is distinguished by its elegant classical buildings perfectly preserved and many have been refurbished maintaining the classical facade. We also find some of the best restaurants and a great offer for cultural activities. In this area we find some of the most exclusive schools as well as luxury hotels such as Santo Mauro Hotel. Many classical palaces have remained and therefore some of the most important embassies can be found in this neighborhood such as the German and Swedish embassy. We also find some of the most important law firms such as Cuatrecasas. The Almagro area has become home to some of the most important companies headquarters. This are offers high quality and representative residential buildings. This very attractive option for those who wish to be within the proximity of Barrio Salamanca and the city centre benefiting from a tranquil residential area with local services at your door step.