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RV8929GT : Nice flat in Madrid

Air Conditioning Close to shops Furnished Kitchen Lift Floor: 1

Newly renovated house located in a classic building, on Juan Bravo street, in the heart of the Salamanca district. It is exterior with two balconies that overlook the beautiful boulevard of the street, with a large grove of trees.

We enter the house from a small hall, and behind it, a complete bathroom and one of the rooms with an en-suite bathroom. On the other side of the house, we find the kitchen open to the totally exterior living-dining room, and the second bedroom with a dressing room, also totally exterior.

The house has air conditioning and PVC windows

The floor is made of oak-colored wooden flooring and the walls are white, the tones used are quite neutral, which gives it a very zen and very calm aspect. In the main bedroom there is an iron pillar that gives it a little industrial touch.

The bathrooms have high-quality materials as well as a very up-to-date and modern design.

The area is full of shops, has many restaurants, schools, hospitals, churches and is very well connected, just a few meters from the metro stop.

The Salamanca district is one of the most exclusive areas in the center of Madrid, the famous ‘Golden Mile’ of the capital is located here.

The Salamanca neighborhood is divided into six neighborhoods: Castellana, Recoletos, Goya, Lista, La Guindalera, and Fuente del Berro.

This area stands out for its luxury shops, aristocratic facades and mansions converted into authentic luxury apartments with an authentic and unique style.

It is a benchmark for luxury fashion and haute couture, where you can find boutiques of great designers. In addition, you will also find several art galleries and auction houses.

The Salamanca neighborhood is much more than boutiques and luxury homes. It is art and it is culture. Among its streets you will find the National Archaeological Museum and the Lázaro Galdiano Museum,

In addition, the Salamanca district also includes the Wizink Center, the former Palacio de los Deportes, where it is common for basketball games and concerts by great artists to take place.

Among its streets, the most avant-garde cuisine also stands out. In the Salamanca neighborhood you will find restaurants with several Michelin stars, such as Ramón Freixa, Zalacaín, Kabuki Wellington, Virú or Punto MX.

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