2 490 000 EUR
Luxury, Light and Views
Right in the heart of Salamanca, we find this fabulous apartment, fully renovated by the prestigious studio of María Santos. It's located on the fifth floor, with stunning unobstructed views, something truly difficult to find in the area. The luxury, the quality of the details, the light and the feeling of spaciousness are undoubtedly the highlight of this property. A careful interior design gives the house a unique and welcoming character.
We access through the hall, where we find a large and very useful closet. To the right is the fabulous living room, with space for various environments, a large dining room and multitude of details. The ceiling-to-floor windows and the unobstructed view flood the room with light. The large kitchen communicates with the dining area through a fantastic glass enclosure. It is fully equipped, with ample storage, an office area and a service bedroom with en suite bathroom. The house also has a separate laundry and ironing area.
The sleeping area is made up of three bedrooms, all with their own bathroom, two of them en suite. The master bedroom also has a large dressing room area and walk in closet, and overlooks a bright east-facing courtyard patio.
Underfloor heating and cooling throughout the house, ducted air conditioning, oak wood floors, exclusive elevator, doorman, storage room or two parking spaces with direct access put the finishing touch to this fabulous property. The whole package.
This area of Barrio Salamanca commonly known as Castellana area is bounded by the streets Don Ramon de la Cruz, Paseo de la Castellana, María de Molina and Principe de Vergara. It is part of the urban complex designed by the Marques of Salamanca as result of the expansion downtown Madrid in the 19th century. These grid designed streets have some of the major foundations such as the Juan March Foundation and Foundation Carlos of Antwerp. You will find the most sought after restaurants, trendy cafes, schools as well as hospitals. The Plaza of Marques de Salamanca is the backbone of the different areas in the district. This largely residential and commercial district is well connected with the rest of the city by car and public transport. The bordering streets are some of the most important of the city like Paseo de la Castellana and María de Molina with quick and easy access to the airport and north of the city.