Property Description ID:34870151
Gilmar Real Estate Consulting sells this magnificent apartment located in the district of Retiro, neighborhood Adelfas, next to the Plaza de Conde Casal, with all kinds of communications with public transport (metro, bus), and easy access and communication with M30 and A3, a few minutes walk from the Retiro Park, privileged and quiet area.Residential of the year 90, of the few that there is in the District of Retirement, with common zones including swimming pool. Up to date in ITE, with physical porter, and direct access garage.The house that has approximately 122 m2, is distributed in a large living room of about 25 m2 with terrace for table and chairs, kitchen with clothesline, 3 large double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and 2 full bathrooms one of them in suiteExcellent height, 8th floor, double orientation (East - West), cross ventilation, parquet floors, central air conditioning.The neighborhood of Adelfas or "Las Californias" formed by main arteries such as the streets -Jativa, Barrilero, Seco, El Cafeto- located between the Pacific Bridge and Vallecas, in the district of Retiro, is a neighborhood that is known as The Californias, on the street that previously served as the backbone. "The neighborhood has now become a wasteland due to the demolition of almost all old and old houses and some areas that had an industrial use. An Internal Reform Plan (PERI) projected in the 80s by the Madrid City Council that executes the demolition of all houses and industries to convert the area into a residential area of 89.000 square meters, of which they have already been almost totally built.The Las Adelfas corralaThe corridor houses, typical dwellings of Madrid's popular neighborhoods, gradually disappear from the heart of the city. During the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries they were a successful solution to the problems of housing. Madrid grew with the massive influx of labor from the countryside, the needy and hustlers, and the corrals gave shelter to this population. However, they are the most authentic type of popular building in Madrid, mute witnesses of a historical period in the city. Its expansion took place in a special way following the construction of the fence of Felipe IV, in 1625. This fence took advantage of previous walls and adjoining buildings, so that with closing gates, walls and any type of obstacle the closure of the Villa was created.
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