2 600 000 EUR
A unique and personal whim on the Golden Mile
Discover this work of moder architecture in the heart of the Golden Mile. A unique piece of collecting in the Barrio de Salamanca, and quite possibly, in the city of Madrid. It is a house on the fifth floor of a building from the 60s, designed by José Antonio Coderch.
With direct access from the elevator to the house, we find a unique and modular space, where we have 2 large en-suite bedrooms, both with dressing and numerous closets, plus a third bedroom for guests, also with full bathroom. The social area, which joins the kitchen, the cinema area, the living room and the dining room in a diaphanous space, crosses the whole house, and also has a guest toilet.
The whole house, with a unique and personal style, is perfectly thought out, respecting the original spirit of the building, with its Catalan vault, and taking advantage of every centimeter and optimizing the spaces, where vast storage spaces are generated in almost all the walls.
The spectacular renovation includes a system of radiant floor heating/cooling, supporting the central heating of the building itself.
The price includes two parking spaces, adapted for electric cars, and with an incredibly comfortable access.
This area of the Barrio de Salamanca commonly known as Castellana zone, is delimited 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 widening of Madrid from the 19th century. We find in this reticular network of streets, important foundations such as the Juan March Foundation, Carlos de Antwerp 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 Ie Business School and banking offices originates a large number of services available to the residents of this neighborhood, workers and students. Restaurants of always, modern coffee shops, schools, and hospitals are not lacking in this area, whose square of the Marquis of Salamanca is the backbone of the different areas of the neighborhood. This eminently residential and commercial district, is very well connected to the rest of the city by car, its streets being one of the most important arteries of the city with exit to the airport and the north of the capital. As public transport is an area that is more covered with the bus network than the metro network coinciding with the stops of the latter always in its peripheral streets.