960 000 EUR
Magnificent house for renovation
John Taylor presents a spacious apartment of 221 m² on the seventh floor, with elevator and freight elevator, in a building with exposed brick facade and an extraordinary south orientation in the main area, which makes it a very bright house. House of spacious rooms, consists of 5 bedrooms and three bathrooms, kitchen with office and separate service entrance with freight elevator. The house allows the possibilities of improvement and conditioning as you can change distributions and take out new rooms. It stands out the living room with a closed terrace and an area used as an office or living room. The house is very close to the main streets of the area but is located in a quiet street area without noise. The property has a doorman, storage room and optional parking space.
Location description: Chamberí is a district belonging to the city of Madrid (Spain) and administratively organized into six neighborhoods, of which Almagro and Vallehermoso stand out.
Vallehermoso is bounded by Isaac Peral and Juan XXIII streets to the west, Moncloa and Reina Victoria avenues to the north, Bravo Murillo street to the east and Cea Bermudez to the south. This district is part of the so-called central core of the city and has a population of close to 150,000 inhabitants.
Most of the district's streets are completely tree-lined, on both sidewalks when the width of the street allows it. It enjoys good communications.
The district is still characterized as residential, so it has maintained much of the traditional trade. The neighborhood of Vallehermoso is, together with Almagro, one of the most representative and stately neighborhoods in the district of Chamberí. In this neighborhood are located major political centers (Constitutional Court), health (Hospital and Jiménez Díaz Foundation) and universities (San Pablo CEU University and Comillas Pontifical University), forming a residential and business environment of luxury.
A very pleasant environment of high quality residential buildings, which coexist with schools such as Jesús Maestro (Teresianas), Virgen del Espino (Dominicas Misioneras), consulates, embassies and headquarters of large companies.