John Taylor is pleased to unveil a truly unique property. Its privileged location just a few meters from the Congress and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, enhances the beauty of the magnificent classic building where it is located (exempt from the IBI tax on account of its maximum urban protection).
With its high ceilings and its 9 balconies on two different streets, it enjoys a wonderful natural light and lovely views.
The spacious entrance hall gives access to the impressive living room with an area of 60m² and five balconies. Adjacent is the dining room, with its own balcony facing East and of generous size.
The flat has two bedrooms. The master suite, which has two balconies, impresses with its light and spaciousness (42m²). It has its own bathroom en suite. The second bedroom, overlooking the beautiful patio of the building, also has its own bathroom en suite.
It also has a service area annexed to the kitchen with a bedroom and bathroom.
This extraordinary property was renovated in 2015 preserving its original charm with impressive mouldings, iron radiators, wooden floor, etc.
Undoubtedly a unique property for its representativity, size and location.
The area of Cortes, also known as the Barrio de las Letras for hosting such well-known writers such as Miguel de Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Calderón de la Barca, Tirso de Molina - lived during the 17th century. This area is situated in the heart of the city. Full of small lanes filled with exquisite cafes and restaurants where you can find cuisine from all around the world. Plaza de Santa Ana is the heart of the neighborhood where you will find the well known Spanish Theatre as well as many bars and terraces that occupy almost the whole square. This square is one of the main meeting points of the city for both local and foreign visitors, an area that has been renovated and cleaned up only recently. On the east side we find the Paseo del Prado, also known as Paseo de los Artes or "Boulevard of the Arts," which lies between the emblematic Plaza de Cibeles and Puerta de Atocha. The southern border is calle Atocha, which runs all the way from the train station to Plaza Mayor, and the northern border is Carrera de San Jerónimo which ends at Puerta del Sol. The Cortes area is a good option for all the historical lovers that are looking to have the Retiro Park nearby and world famous museums as well as the typical Spanish lifestyle with its huge gastronomic offer.