Engel & Völkers presents this beautiful apartment located on the third floor of a building from 1905, it keeps the charm of the time. Its portal keeps the decoration of the period of its construction, a modern elevator has been integrated, with an area of stairs recovered and conserved. The house has 6 balconies to two different streets and a beautiful white marble fireplace which gives it a special attraction. The apartment has been renovated following the classic patterns and keeping the chic elegance of the Italian style.
The house is distributed in two bedrooms, being them double, two bathrooms (one of them on suite), kitchen, an entrance hall that divides and at the same time unifies the spaces, an imposing living-dining room-office with French balconies and with Franciscan windows, which ensures great luminosity. The office can be isolated by sliding doors so there is the possibility of one more bedroom. The interior part gives 3 patios with what there is a lot of light.
The apartment has been renovated with high quality: climalit enclosures, noble woods were used in balconies, floors and doors, air conditioning ducts, dress wardrobes, high-end lighting, designer bathrooms, air conditioning ducts, flooring throughout Exotic wooden house placed in the shape of a spike.
Located in “The District of the Letters”, also called of the literati and the Muses. It owes its name to the literary activity developed throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In this area some of the most outstanding writers of the Spanish Golden Age set their residence, such as Miguel de Cervantes, Quevedo, Góngora (who lived in the same house as his literary antagonist, Quevedo), or Lope de Vega. Although most of the buildings that were conserved were built at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the Casa-Museo de Lope de Vega survived from the Golden Age, where the writer lived between 1610 and 1635 ( open to the public as a house-museum); the convent of San Ildefonso de los Trinitarias Descalzas, where Cervantes was buried; and the church of San Sebastián.
The location of the apartment is excellent, not only for being in the center of Madrid, next to the great museums, but also because it is within the circuit with more gastronomic offer and services of the city. One of the areas to visit Madrid to enjoy the atmosphere of the city. The Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza museums are located in the area, and the Reina Sofía Art Center is nearby, promoted by tourism under the name of Paseo or Triángulo del Arte. It is surrounded by green areas such as the Botanical Garden, and very close to the Retiro Park, which makes it perfect for those who want to live in the center of Madrid but without neglecting contact with nature. It is the symbolic neighborhood where tradition and avant-garde are melted, the cultural focus of the city
The level of infrastructure and services in the area is optimal. It is very well connected by metro and bus. It has a wide range of small fashion stores: restaurants, bars, cafes, bookstores, shops, art galleries and coworking workshops. Also cinemas, theaters and show halls can be found in the area. It is 1,000 meters from the Atocha train and train station.