John Taylor offers you this unique and magnificent property of 1.325 m² on a plot of 856 m², located in one of the best streets of El Viso, exclusive residential area, a dream home for a privileged few.
A height of four floors and a -1 floor for parking for 9 cars, car wash, gym with bathroom, cellar, security room. It has a total of 8 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, luminous living room, library and family rooms, as well as an office, kitchen with office and service area.
All this with the best materials and finishes, since they had the great architect Andrés Rebuelta and the renowned landscaper Fernando Caruncho, giving an exquisiteness and exceptional harmony.
It is certainly a dream house.
Years ago Chamartín was a town close to Madrid but nowadays is headquarters of some of the most important national and multinational companies. Its also home to some of the most relevant interesting places as Auditorio Nacional de Música (National Auditorium), Museo de Ciencias Naturales (Natural Sciences Museum) Museo de la Ciudad (City Museum), Parquede Berlín, Parque del Canal de Isabel II, Juzgados de la Plaza de Castilla and Estadio Santiago Bernabéu. This area is made up of the following well known neighborhoods: Viso, Hispanoamérica, Nueva España, Prosperidad, Ciudad Jardín, and Castilla, which accommodates the financial heart of the capital city. The neighbourhood El Viso, known as the “mild gold brick”, was built in the 30´s and today is home to some of the spectacular properties making this area one of the most sought-after areas to live in by business people, executives and diplomats. It’s a quiet area with easy access to some of the most important streets and avenues that communicate the neighborhood with the city centre and the airport. Without any doubt El Viso is an area that combines a residential and modern feel with buildings and villas that are surrounded by trees and quiet streets. This area is ideal to take a stroll, where you all kind of stores, supermarkets as well as bilingual schools. El Viso is bounded to the north with Calle Concha Espina, to the south Calle María de Molina, to the west with Paseo de la Castellana, Paseo de la Habana and last of all to the east Calle Doctor Arce.
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