John Taylor presents these two chalets with independent entrance and joined by a wonderful garden.
Currently the two estates have office use and/or training site with easy conversion to housing.
Each villa has its entrance through different streets, both have a south-north orientation and one of them has windows to the east.
One of the properties has 400m2 built and 381m2 of plot on four floors. The ground floor, semi-basement and first floor of about 105m2 each and the second floor of about 70m2 plus terrace.
The other property has 282m2 built and 242m2 plot. Three floors of approximately 90m2 and the second floor of 12m2 plus terrace.
It currently has training rooms and is ready to start working.
Conditions: Current month, month of deposit.
John Taylor Fees: One month plus 21% VAT
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 neighbourhoods of El Viso, Hispanoamérica, Nueva España la Prosperidad, Ciudad Jardín and Castilla, which house the financial heart of the Spanish capital.
The El Viso neighborhood, also known as the Golden Brick Mile, was built in the 1930s and today houses spectacular properties making it one of the neighborhoods preferred by businessmen, executives and diplomats. It is a quiet area with important streets and avenues that connect the neighborhood with the rest of the city. Without a doubt, the Viso neighborhood is an area that combines a residential and modern spirit, buildings and villas surrounded by gardens and quiet streets ideal for strolling, with commercial and business areas where you can find all kinds of shops, supermarkets and important schools.
El Viso is delimited to the north by Concha Espina Street, to the south by María de Molina Street, to the west by Paseo de la Castellana, Paseo de la Habana and to the east by Doctor Arce Street.