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Descripción: Piso con 263m²construidos, 3 dormitorios, 2 baños, ...

Engel & Volkers sells this exclusive house with large spaces, large windows and a roof of 160m attached to the house. A large hall leads to the living-dining room divided into three consecutive spaces connected by wide doors that allow the spaces to be expanded according to the moment and the needs. Two bedrooms, one of them en suite and with a separate dressing room. Large, bright kitchen with service room/iron and direct service entrance with forklift. A spacious house, with plenty of natural light throughout the year and many possibilities in the heart of Goya. The Salamanca district is one of the most important areas of Madrid, both for its peculiar distribution and for the neighbors who have traditionally inhabited its emblematic streets. Its construction dates from the second half of the nineteenth century and corresponds to the urban expansion carried out during the reign of Isabel II. The forerunner that owes its name was the Malaga native José de Salamanca and Mayol, Marqués de Salamanca, who conceived a new site with a careful building that would house the aristocratic and bourgeois classes of Madrid. Of nineteenth-century style, it is characterized by its special regular distribution in the form of checkerboard with perpendicular streets. Its buildings enjoy special interest thanks to its architectural quality and the beauty of its facades. Traditionally Salamanca was an area of residential use, especially inhabited by the political and economic elites of the country. In the last fifty years this residential carácter coexists with other activities such as business, diplomatic and, especially commercial since it is one of the most important luxury fashion areas of the capital. The Parque del Buen Retiro is the real protagonist of this neighborhood of Madrid that has its flanks in the streets of Alcalá and ODonnell in the extreme north, Doctor Esquerdo street in the east, the avenue of the Mediterranean and the paseo de Reina Cristina in the south and the street of Alfonso XII in the western end.

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