Penthouse for sale in Guindalera – Madrid | Gilmar Consulting
Price per m2: 6.183€
Penthouse in Guindalera of 95 m2, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, terrace of 43.00 meters, exterior, lots of light, south facing, 1 parking space and separate living room.
Gilmar Consulting Inmobiliario sells this spectacular penthouse located in Guindalera area.
An estate of 2005, in front of a park with green areas that will invite you to feel tranquility in the maelstrom of the city. It is located on a 6th floor exterior, with generous natural light in all rooms.
It is a duplex penthouse on the ground floor has 52 m2 + 44 m2 terrace practically corner and is distributed in an exceptional way; separate living room with access to the spectacular terrace, 1 kitchen, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. The top floor is attic and consists of master bedroom with private bathroom and perfect space for a beautiful dressing room.
Individual heating with natural gas, air conditioning by splits, parquet floors and smooth walls. A magnificent location and splendid views totally clear.
The property, with great qualities taking care of the smallest detail for the comfort of the property and very cozy.
The price includes 1 parking space in the same block of apartments.
Commercializes Consulting Inmobiliario Gilmar Avenida America 91 771 77 99
La Guindalera (also called Barrio de Guindalera) is a neighborhood of Madrid belonging to the district of Salamanca. It is located in the vicinity of Ventas del Espíritu Santo and the neighborhood is bounded by Avenida de América and the streets of Francisco Silvela, Alcalá and the M-30.
It began to be populated in the mid-nineteenth century as a satellite neighborhood of the expansion of the Castro Plan, with horticultural settlements that took advantage of the conduction of the ‘canalillo’ (eastern irrigation ditch, the surplus of the Canal de Isabel II). Later it grew with the creation of the so-called Modern Madrid, and the Ciudad Lineal de Arturo Soria. The Breogán park, next to the M-30, and the Eva Duarte park in Manuel Becerra are located in the limits of its perimeter. The etymology of the neighborhood may come from a popular cherry orchard watered by the Abroñigal stream that passed nearby. The neighborhood had one of the first tramway lines in Madrid.
The nearest stations are Nuevos Ministerios (C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8 and C-10, Chamartín district) and Méndez Álvaro (C-1, C-5, C-7 and C-10, Arganzuela district) which can be reached by metro line 6, and Recoletos (C-1, C-2, C-7, C-8 and C-10, Recoletos district) which can be reached by line 4.
The neighborhood is served by metro lines 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 9.
-Line 2 serves the south of the neighborhood with the stations of Manuel Becerra and Ventas.
-Line 4 serves the axis of Francisco Silvela stopping at Diego de León and Avenida de América.
-Line 5 crosses the neighborhood to the south, stopping at Diego de León and Ventas.
-Line 6 is parallel to line 4, also running along Avenida de América and Diego de León, and stopping separately at Manuel Becerra.
-Line 7 serves the north and east of the neighborhood with the stations Avenida de América, Cartagena and Parque de las Avenidas.
-Line 9 serves only the northwestern end of the neighborhood with the Avenida de América station.
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