4 000 EUR / Month
- Bus hub
- Town centre
- Sport center
Office in María de Molina
John Taylor is proud to present a unique property that stands out for its exclusive location and the beauty and representativeness of its classic architecture.
Located in a beautiful 1950's building, it has an area of 260m² (including common areas). It is located on the second floor of this classic building and enjoys views of the original headquarters of IE University.
The property is accessed through a generously sized and very representative entrance hall with vaulted ceiling and beautiful moldings, leading to the reception area with a comfortable reception desk.
The main meeting rooms occupy the front of the property, with large windows that give them luminosity. They are connected by two sliding doors, which allow the two spaces to be separated or converted into one.
It currently has four independent offices, all of them at the rear of the property, with views and south orientation to a large and very bright courtyard.
The central space of the property consists of a single diaphanous room, designed as a work area, which could easily be divided into several independent work spaces. It has a bathroom and the necessary facilities to build a second bathroom in the central area.
In short, this is a property of great size, elegant luxury and fantastic natural light. All this in a privileged location just a few meters from IE University, Paseo de la Castellana and Serrano street.
This area of Barrio Salamanca commonly known as the Castellana area, is bounded by the streets Don Ramón de la Cruz, Paseo de la Castellana, María de Molina and Príncipe de Vergara. It is part of the urban design projected by the Marquis of Salamanca as a result of the expansion of Madrid from the nineteenth century. We find in this grid of streets, important foundations such as the Juan March Foundation, Carlos de Amberes Foundation. The Lázaro Galdiano Foundation Museum in the former residence of the donor that gives it its name and that houses a heterogeneous and varied collection of great prestige. The proximity of an important business school, I.E. Business School, and banking offices provides a large number of services available to the residents of this neighborhood, workers and students. Traditional restaurants, modern cafeterias, schools and hospitals are not lacking in this area, whose Plaza del Marqués de Salamanca is the backbone of the different areas of the neighborhood. This eminently residential and commercial neighborhood is very well communicated with the rest of the city by car, being its bordering streets one of the most important arteries of the city with exit to the airport and the north of the capital.