John Taylor presents a beautifully renovated and newly furnished flat, located a few metres from Retiro Park and Puerta de Alcalá.
The property has a very comfortable layout, with two very distinct parts.
The social area begins with an elegant entrance hall with a large built-in wardrobe, which gives way to a large distributor designed as a TV room, from which access is gained to an open area divided into four rooms, where are the modern open plan kitchen, dining room and a bright living room with two ambients and three large windows with views of the Retiro Park.
Next to the distributor there is a guest room with a complete bathroom next to it, which is also used as a courtesy toilet.
The family area can be accessed from the distributor. Two large bedrooms with fitted wardrobes share a complete bathroom, and the master bedroom, with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, with bath and shower.
It has underfloor heating, air conditioning through ducts and high quality materials such as wooden floor, beautiful papers in some of the walls and elegant bathrooms.
The building, dating back to the beginning of the 20th century, has a concierge service, a lift and an elegant period staircase.
The area of los Jeronimos is found east of the city centre in between the most popular avenues and symbolic places of the city; calle Alcala, Plaza de la Independencia, Paseo del Prado from Plaza de Cibeles to Paseo Infanta Isabel. We also find the Retiro Park one of the most renowned parks of Spain that offers its residents tranquility and a privileged location right by the city centre. This residential area is home to families and young professionals that look for an alternative area that is quieter than the city centre. We find large avenues and monumental and noble buildings throughout the well known avenues such as calle Alcala, Alfonso XII…that showcases the period of splendor of Madrid and the Spanish empire. The area of Paseo del Prado is the heart of the institutional Madrid: where you will find Banco de España, the Stock Exchange, the monumental building of the Post Office and symbolic places like Plaza de Cibeles, Neptuno and Puerta de Alcala. Most importantly, the Prado Museum, Reina Sofia, Thyseen…that makes Madrid home to some of the most famous and important art galleries in the world. By the Prado museum we find the Botanical Gardens that currently has over 30.000 different species from around the world. This neighborhood is a popular option for anyone looking for a slower pace of life in the Spanish capital a stepping stone away from Barrio Salamanca and the city centre.