John Taylor presents this property in the middle of the El Viso neighborhood.
These are two buildings made up of 3 independent dwellings but which make up two registry estates. Four of the six homes are currently rented.
Each building consists of a house on the ground floor, another on the first floor and a duplex on the second floor and the attic.
The ground floor consists of 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, living room with terrace and kitchen. It has an area of 102.76 m².
The house on the first floor consists of 3 bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, 1 bathroom and 1 toilet, living room with terrace and kitchen. It has an area: 131.36 m².
The second floor is a 185.07 m² duplex and consists of 4 bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, 2 bathrooms and 1 toilet, living room with terrace and kitchen.
The proportional part of the common garden and pool area has not been added to the surfaces of the houses.
The entrance to the building has solid Iroko stave doors. The facades of the complex have been made using mortars of grease lime with mass color (semi-stucco).
The houses have high-quality Iroko laminate floors and porcelain floors in bathrooms and toilets, both on the floors and on the walls. The toilets and taps are high quality. The walls and ceilings are trimmed and plastered with pearlite.
The interior carpentry is solid wood lacquered in white, the entrance door being security. The exterior carpentry is in gray lacquered aluminum with double glass, with motorized blinds in all rooms.
All homes have individual heating using radiators, as well as air conditioning. There is solar energy in the complex, arranged in the
roof of the penthouse.
Description of the location:
In its beginnings, Chamartín was a town near Madrid and today it is the headquarters of large national and multinational companies, it also has important sites of interest such as the National Music Auditorium, the Museum of Natural Sciences, the City Museum, the Berlin Park, Canal de Isabel II Park, the Plaza de Castilla Courts and the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. It is made up of the renowned neighborhoods El Viso, Hispanoamérica, Nueva España la Prosperidad, Ciudad Jardín and Castilla, which are home to the financial heart of the Spanish capital. The El Viso neighborhood, also known as the golden brick mile, was built in the 1930s and today houses spectacular properties, making it one of the preferred neighborhoods for businessmen, executives and diplomats. It is a quiet area with important streets and avenues that connect the neighborhood with the rest of the city. Without a doubt, the El Viso neighborhood is an area that combines a residential and modern spirit, buildings and chalets surrounded by gardens and quiet streets ideal for walking, with commercial and business areas where you can find all kinds of shops, supermarkets and important schools. . El Viso is bounded to the north by Calle Concha Espina, to the south by Calle María de Molina, to the west by Paseo de la Castellana, Paseo de la Habana and to the east by Calle Doctor Arce. "
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