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CAD 2,976

Madrid, Madrid, Salamanca, Castellana Madrid, Madrid, Salamanca, Castellana Madrid
Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid

Beds 3
Baths 2
Rooms 4

Property Description

Beautiful attic in one of the best areas of Madrid, very bright and in perfect condition, terrace of 25 m2 (unfurnished), 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 half bathroom, living room, kitchen equipped with appliances, air conditioning hot / cold in bedrooms and living room, Climalit windows, individualized central heating at the expense of the tenant, community expenses, taxes and municipal fees and home insurance included in the rent, main façade facing Diego de León, rear façade facing large patio of very sunny block, armored door, elevator, concierge living in the building, very quiet area and well connected with all services at hand. The apartment is rented unfurnished, except wardrobes in bedrooms and kitchen equipped with dishwasher, washing machine, refrigerator no-frost, oven, ceramic hob and exhaust. Zone description The Salamanca district is one of the most relevant areas of Madrid, both for its peculiar distribution and for the residents who have traditionally inhabited its emblematic streets. Its construction dates from the second half of the 19th century and corresponds to the urban expansion carried out during the reign of Isabel II. The precursor to which it is named was the Malaga-born José de Salamanca y Mayol, Marqués de Salamanca, who conceived a new location with a careful building that would house the aristocratic and bourgeois classes of Madrid. Of a nineteenth-century style, it is characterized by its special regular distribution in the form of a checkerboard with perpendicular streets. Its buildings are of special interest thanks to their architectural quality and the beauty of their facades. Traditionally Salamanca was an area for residential use, especially inhabited by the country's political and economic elites. In the last fifty years this residential character coexists with other activities such as business, diplomatic and, especially commercial, since it is one of the most important luxury fashion areas in Madrid. The hallmark of the stores located in this neighborhood is elegance and luxury. Here we can find the boutiques of the most prestigious national and international designers and firms. Haute couture, shoe stores with first and last names, accessories, world-class jewelers and watches. Calle Ortega y Gasset is its main commercial hub, not for nothing is it known as the Golden Mile of fashion in Madrid. The triumphant designers on the main international catwalks offer their exclusive proposals in their environment. But other roads are not behind, such as Calle Serrano, a favorite place for especially male haute couture, Calle Claudio Coello or Callejón de Jorge Juan, the scene of popular events such as the Mercado de las Flores. In this area you can also find the ABC Serrano shopping center, one of the reference points of the commercial axis that connects Serrano and Ortega y Gasset streets, and which now houses The Robot Museum. The art galleries and auction houses are other of the great commercial protagonists of the neighborhood and, especially, the surroundings of Villanueva Street where many of the collectors with the longest and most successful history in the country are located, such as Fernández Braso or the David Bardía art gallery. In the Salamanca district there are six restaurants that are the main protagonists of the area for being awarded the prestigious Michelin star. #ref:ÀTI_1585

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