John Taylor offers for sale this property in one of the most sought after areas of Chamberí- Gaztambide, for its excellent communication and its proximity to numerous green areas and leisure.
The property is located on the third floor and has an area of 210m2, which are distributed in 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen with service bedroom. Located in one of the best areas of Madrid, this property stands out for its large living-dining room with its completely exterior windows that illuminate the room with natural light.
Upon entering the apartment we will find a large hall that communicates intuitively with the other rooms. The hall invites us to explore the large kitchen that has high cabinets, pantry area, service room with bathroom and a separate entrance. Entering through the hall we discover a large living-dining room of 60m2, 3 window cores overlooking a common garden area and a glazed terrace.
Leaving the living-dining room and continuing our tour we will find 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. All of them exterior and east facing. At the back we have the master bedroom, with 20m2, dressing room and bathroom with shower.
In short it is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a home in one of the best areas of Madrid and at the same time offers a fabulous opportunity to reform.
Chamberí is a place full of culture and leisure, with three municipal markets; numerous theaters (Teatro Galileo, Teatro Luchana, Teatro de la Abadía, Teatros del Canal, Teatro Quevedo); cinemas such as Verdi and Conde Duque; concert halls (Galileo Galilei and Copernico, among others), as well as a wide range of quality restaurants.
An area full of life, close to the main tourist spots, close to the University City and perfectly connected by numerous bus and subway lines.
Chamberí is a district belonging to the city of Madrid (Spain) and administratively organized into six neighborhoods (Gaztambide, Arapiles, Trafalgar, Almagro, Ríos Rosas and Vallehermoso). It is part of the so-called central core of the city and has a population of about 150,000 inhabitants. Most of the district's streets are completely tree-lined, on both sidewalks when the width of the street allows it. The district is still characterized as residential, so it has maintained much of the traditional commerce. The neighborhood of Almagro is the most representative and stately of the Chamberí district. It is bounded by the streets José Abascal, Paseo de la Castellana, Calle Génova and Calle de Santa Engracia, forming a luxurious residential and business environment. The Almagro II area is one of the most traditional areas of Madrid, with small streets with a wide range of gastronomic, commercial and cultural offerings. A very pleasant environment of high quality residential buildings that coexist with old schools such as the Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, important hotels such as the Miguel Ángel or the Intercontinental, consulates and embassies, and headquarters of large companies.