Engel & Völkers presents this magnificent investment opportunity as well as a family home, renovated, located 250 m from the Eva Perón Park and Manuel Becerra Square, in one of the most representative streets of Madrid.
Building of the 70s, large portal with double access for ease of neighbors. We can access by elevator to the first floor of the building where the house is located, with the peace of mind of having two elevators for two neighbors per floor. The estate has a doorman every day of the week and possibility of a nearby garage.
It has a total area of 135 m2, with a reform with great taste and very spacious rooms. It has been redistributed in an entrance hall, with two bedrooms and a bathroom with spacious kitchen. The current distribution allows to take advantage of all the natural light that its west orientation offers. Very quiet and nice.
The house has air conditioning and central heating. It has, in turn, glazing climalit type which ensures excellent comfort both acoustically and thermally.
Unbeatable profitability for the demand of rentals in the area, being able to be close to 6%, holiday rental as long and medium term.
Area very well communicated and at the same time peaceful, both for its easy access to the M-30 and for its good communication thanks to public transport, since it has several bus lines nearby (Circular, 43, 12, 143, 21, 146) and several metro stops (Ventas, Manuel Becerra), also has sports and cultural facilities, restaurants and leisure areas.
Salamanca district is one of the most noteworthy areas in Madrid, thanks to both its layout and the neighbors that dwell its emblematic streets and avenues. Built in the second half of the 19th century, the borough corresponds to the architectural expansion carried out under Isabell II reign. The district name derives from the forerunner José de Salamanca y Mayol, Marquis of Salamanca, who designed a new location with exquisite buildings that would host aristocrats and the bourgeoisie. With a very characteristic 19th century-style, Salamanca district is characterized by its checker-type distribution and perpendicular avenues. The buildings´ architecture and façades are among some of the most interesting ones in the capital.
Salamanca historically acted as the residential area for the politic and economic elite of the country. In the past fifty years, however, this residential character coexists with other activities including business, diplomacy, and, particularly, commercial premises. The area is one of the most important fashion hubs in the capital.
Guindalera is one of the neighborhoods belonging to the Salamanca district, delimited by Avenida de América, Francisco Silvela, Alcalá and the M-30. This area, excellently communicated given its extension, has two of the most important parks: The Park of Breogán and Eva Duarte, which make it a very commercial and residential area. Guindalera was known as Madrid Moderno, Madrid's colony of terraced buildings of modernist style built during the period of 1890 -1906.