1 500 000 EUR
Living in a palace next to the Retiro Park
John Taylor offers you this magnificent apartment where the Nobel Prize winner in medicine, Santiago Ramón y Cajal, lived in this palace in 1910 in front of the Retiro Park. It has been completely refurbished with the best qualities to give its owners the highest expectations while maintaining its historical charm, as in the passage of carriages, in the interior stairs or in its original moldings.
It is a ground floor duplex of 157m2 built with a courtyard-garden of 35m2. The entrance floor is practically diaphanous and in it we have the living-dining room open a kitchen equipped with furniture and appliances of high range, and a guest toilet. On the first floor there are two good sized bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms and the master bedroom with a large dressing room. The garden for private use gives a plus to the property and this is located within the common area of the building so it has a great privacy.
It is worth mentioning the high quality of the construction where we can find underfloor heating with a Geothermal boiler, air conditioning through ducts, high quality exterior and interior carpentry, top of the range kitchen, last generation domotics, a careful lighting and noble woods that together with the period details and its history give this house an added value.
The flat has two robotic parking spaces and a storage room.
Description of the Zone:
The Jerónimos area to the east of the city centre is delimited by Alcalá Street, Independence Square, Paseo del Prado from Plaza de Cibeles to Paseo Infanta Isabel. We find in this enclave the Retiro Park, one of the most famous parks in Spain that offers its residents tranquility and a privileged location just a stone's throw from the city center. This residential area is inhabited by families and young professionals looking for a quieter alternative to the hectic pace of the center. There are large avenues and stately buildings, reflecting the era of Madrid's greatest splendour and the Spanish empire. The Paseo del Prado area is the heart of institutional Madrid: there are the Bank of Spain, the Stock Exchange, the post office building and icons of the city such as Cibeles, Neptuno and the Puerta de Alcalá. And above all, the museums of Paseo del Prado, Thyssen, Reina Sofía,... which place Madrid as one of the world capitals of art. Next to the Prado Museum is the Royal Botanical Garden, which currently contains more than 30,000 species from all over the world. This neighborhood is a good option for anyone who wants to lead a peaceful lifestyle in the Spanish capital a stone's throw from the Salamanca neighborhood and the city center.