Property Description ID:38025046
Estate One offers great floor to reform since it is currently as an office, located on Claudio Coello street. Great location and great light. It could be designed for 3 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms, living room and dining room. Covered terrace of 10 m approx. Central heating, air conditioning. Large storage room. Garage in the same building with one space for a car, and another for 1 or 2 motorcycles and bicycles. Goalie.The Barrio de Salamanca is one of the most emblematic of Madrid because in addition to having a large commercial, cultural and leisure offer has one of the most beautiful parks in Madrid, El Retiro. Most of the buildings revolve around fantastic patios of apple with luminous houses to the street and to the interior part, the facades taken care of and the symmetry of the streets, do of this district one of the most demanded of Madrid.It is divided into six large areas, Castellana, Recoletos, Goya, Lista, Guindalera and Fuente del Berro. Each zone has its charm and its attractiveness in addition to having excellent communications, schools and the necessary services to live in the center of Madrid. We can mention schools such as El Pilar, El Loreto or La Asuncion as well as several metro lines, the exit to M 30 from different points and multiple buses. The location is great, being also 15 minutes from the airport.The Paseo de la Castellana, is an avenue of Madrid that runs through the city from Plaza de Colon, in the center, to the Nudo Norte. It consists of six central lanes (main road) and four lateral lanes (service road). Its initial layout corresponded to the old riverbed of the Fuente Castellana stream (source that flowed slightly to the north of the current square of Doctor Maranon), and extended beyond the spring, to the so-called Nuevos Ministerios, where it was located. the old hippodrome of Madrid. From there an extension was made, projected in times of the First Republic, until reaching almost the limits of the old town of Fuencarral (today neighborhood of Madrid). Along with Paseo del Prado and Paseo de Recoletos, La Castellana forms a fundamental road axis that crosses Madrid from north to south.
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