At the confluence of two of the most representative streets of the neighborhood of Almagro, this magnificent office is fully equipped with facilities adapted to the needs of the 21st century. The property is on the first floor, with windows to the outside with several balconies and an apple patio and high ceilings. The current distribution is divided into several offices, three of them with lockers, others with aluminum screens. The office is currently fully prepared to enter and it is possible to leave a large part of its spaces almost completely untouched so that the potential tenant can develop the distribution according to the needs of his company. Regarding the equipment, the property has air conditioning for splits in each of the rooms, the voice and data network has been completely renovated. For its part, the property is located in a representative building of the emblematic neighborhood of Almagro, in the vicinity of important business centers, official buildings, public transportation such as trains, metro and bus. A luxury opportunity to rent a large office with a luxury location, in one of the economic hearts of Madrid, completely renovated
In one of the most representative streets of the neighborhood Almagro is this vast luxury office with more than 300 square meters fully equipped and directly to enter to work. The property is distributed in several spaces, the outside completely, and reception area more elegant and distinguished both in decoration and organization and the inner part more diaphanous with aluminum partition. Currently the distribution consists of 6 large areas to install jobs, two toilet areas, office, cleaning area, main entrance and service, three balconies to the main street, and possibility of parking space in the same building . The property occupies a first floor, although of great height, of a representative building of the select neighborhood of Almagro, in the economic and financial center of the heart of Madrid. In terms of services, the property has an elevator, air conditioning for splits in all instances, high ceilings with moldings, wiring with voice line and high quality data, among others. A great opportunity to settle in one of the reference areas of the center of Madrid in a huge, spacious and brand new office in one of the most distinguished, select and economically most powerful hearts of Madrid.
Larvia Madrid presents one of the most exclusive and representative chalets in the Viso neighborhood, in one of the most prestigious enclaves of Madrid.
Built in 1926 on a plot of approximately 694m2 and with approximately 634m2 built on 4 floors. (Semi-basement of 174 m2, Main floor of 162 m2, first floor of 152 m2 and second floor of 146 m2. & Nbsp;
We access the first floor through an elegant entrance hall, from where you can access the living room with 2 offices and a large kitchen. & Nbsp;
On the second floor we have 4 large offices and 2 toilets, two of them with a nice terrace. Ceilings 4 meters high.
The third floor has 3 bedrooms & nbsp; Attic, an office and a lounge. & nbsp;
The property has a mezzanine floor with a wonderful and spacious living room.
Currently, the semis are in enabled as a reception area. Also having an office and a toilet.
Townhouse with charm in Ciudad Jardin neighborhood.
It is an original house of the colony, with a plant of 100 m2 and 248 m2 built on two floors. Possibility of enabling the low cover.
It is accessed by front garden patio from the street, on the ground floor is distributed in hall, kitchen, office, toilet and dining room with direct exit to the backyard of 100 m2.
From a central staircase you access the upper floor which consists of 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, one of which is master with en suite bathroom. All with fitted wardrobes. One of the bedrooms has a covered terrace on the back patio.
The house has an accessible low deck and is suitable for rehabilitation.
Beautiful house with many possibilities and quiet and pleasant environment & nbsp; one step away from Hoyos and Alfonso XIII
It is located in the Hispanoamerica neighborhood, in Colonia Ciudad Jardí, n Chamartá district. It is a quiet area, with a dominant residential character and provided with all the services and shops of the neighborhood. Close to the Berlin Park, Santiago Bernabuena stadium, Príncipe de Vergara and La Castellana, it has all kinds of services, green areas, excellent schools and perfect communication.
The district of HispanoamÃ © rica belongs to the district of ChamartÃ ¥ n, located in the north center of Madrid, delimited by the Paseo de la Castellana, it covers some of the most demanded areas of the city, such as the Viso and the Castellana area. , where the Santiago Bernabue Stadium is located and & nbsp; an important financial, administrative and commercial entity, headquarters of large companies, banks and shopping centers, as well as consolidating as a select residential area, surrounded by parks and green areas. Excellent communication of public transport, subway, buses and neighborhoods, Station of Chamartà, as well as as the direct connection to the airport and & nbsp; the important access roads to the city (M-30).
Excellent opportunity to live in a unique environment in the center of the capital.
Building plot of 280 m2 in Colonia Fomento de La Propiedad, close to Alfonso XIII.
It has small obsolete building of one floor and 45 m2 built.
Regulated according to ordinance APE 05.14 the conditions for new building APE 05.14 a controlled modification is allowed, respecting the occupation of the main building and original model of the colony. It is permissible to extend the following floors in height: basement or semi-basement, low level, first and low level above ground, with a total constructed area estimated at 195 m2. The future construction could be distributed as follows: On the ground floor: living room with porch, kitchen and toilet, on the first floor two bedrooms and two bathrooms, on the ground floor, master bedroom with bathroom en suite and semisano floor, service bedroom with bathroom and multipurpose room, gym, living room or washing and ironing. The free area of garden of more than 200 m2. & nbsp; Enlargement is allowed & nbsp; on the ground floor with light constructions (porches) up to 15 m2 and the construction of a swimming pool.
Magnificent opportunity to build in one of the most demanded colonies in Madrid
Avenida de Alfonso XIII is one of the central streets of the Chamartá district, in the Barrio de HispanoamÃ © rica, and the neighborhoods are the most characteristic and demanded of the area, of residential character. , quiet and surrounded by green areas and provided with all the services and shops of the neighborhood, in addition to an excellent educational offer.
It belongs to the district of Chamartà, located in the north center of Madrid, delimited by the Paseo de la Castellana, it includes some of the most demanded areas of the city, such as the Viso and the Castellana area, where it is located the Santiago Bernab & ucute Stadium and & nbsp; an important financial, administrative and commercial entity, headquarters of large companies, banks and shopping centers, as well as consolidating as a select residential area, surrounded by parks and green areas. Excellent communication of public transport, subway, buses and neighborhoods, Station of Chamartà, as well as as the direct connection to the airport and & nbsp; the important access roads to the city (M-30).
Special Investors! Larvia offers you a magnificent opportunity to acquire a brand new home right in the center of Madrid. Unbeatable location, in the most touristic zone of the capital, in the Sol district.
Currently the house is divided into 2 apartments completely renovated.
& nbsp; The first apartment has an area of 106 m2 and consists of living room with integrated kitchen, from which you can directly access a 36 m2 terrace. In the area at night the property has two bedrooms en suite. Having the main balcony and dressing room.
The second apartment has an area of 118 m2, consists of living room with integrated kitchen. A master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom en suite, and a second bedroom with en suite bathroom.
Luxury refurbishment brand new with high quality wooden floors, air conditioning, aluminum windows with double glazing, electric shutters, Bosch appliances.
The farm located in the downtown district, characterized by a constant flow of people, tourists, workers and citizens, for its huge commercial and leisure offers and the exclusive, traditional and traditional local hostels, has an architecture in keeping with the surrounding buildings.
An excellent opportunity to invest in a unique place, in the center of Madrid, with a property and luxury location, with a high profitability. & Nbsp; & nbsp;
History of the Neighborhood
Chamberí is a district that includes six districts: Gaztambide, Arapiles, Trafalgar, Almagro, Ríos Rosas and Vallehermoso. Thanks to its geographical location it is part of the known as Central almond of Madrid. It has a population close to 150,000 inhabitants. However, Chamberí has not always been an area of perfect location in Madrid.
In the Middle Ages, in what is now known as the Chamberí District, they were lands belonging to the order of the Temple. With the dissolution of the order, during the 14th century, the lands became the property of the Council of Fuencarral. With beautiful and important forests, this area was used by the court to carry out hunting. Thus it was until the arrival of heat I, who ordered to cut down the trees and turned the land into pastures and rainfed lands. However, some orchards that were close to streams were maintained. These orchards would be exploited until the beginning of the twentieth century.
At the beginning of the nineteenth century, the agricultural sector began to lose importance and the first industries began to appear, especially those that were dedicated to the manufacture of bricks and tiles. That's when the first houses began to be built. These were created to house the workers. Also began to build rides, among which stood out the way of Hortaleza (Calle de Luchaa), The Swan Road (Eduardo Dato) and the new Walk of the delights of the Princess (Paseo de la Castellana). What we know today as the Plaza de Chamberí, at that time were a recreation of the Marquis of Santiago.
According to documentary sources, the name “Chamberí” appeared for the first time in the Madrid plane of Nicolás Chalmandrier, in 1761. As with the construction of many other neighborhoods in Madrid, this land became the state and was incorporated into the plans of Ensanche in Madrid in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. However, the plan of this district is not as regular as that of the neighborhood of the Retiro or that of Salamanca, but that its composition is irregular and different social classes coexisted.
It is a neighborhood that was born and grew thanks to the popular and hardworking classes and that soon became one of the most charming and prestigious areas of the Spanish capital. It is one of the most castizos neighborhoods in Madrid. It is currently one of the most valuable areas in the capital. In it lived characters of the tala of Joaquín Sorolla, Benito Pérez Galdós, Antonio Machado or Fernán Fernandez.
The district of Chamberí has an incredible architectural interest. In it there are incredible buildings of different styles: Modernist, Gothic and Neo Mudejar. In addition to the neighbors ' houses, important buildings of institutions, churches and even infrastructures are also conserved. About 30 buildings have been declared well of Cultural interest, and even some in the capacity of a national monument.
Why Live in Chamberí
The district of Chamberí is one of the most castizos of all Madrid, but also one of the best valued at the world level. Located in the central Almond, the Chamberí district has a privileged geographical location: the city centre. There's nothing missing between the streets. You will find important shops, parks and an incredible cultural variety of this district. In addition, communication in public transport is unbeatable. It has markets nearby, shops, leisure, restaurants… Besides schools.
Chamberí District is one of the best areas to live and take root. It is a unique place with an amazing situation that falls in love with tourists and cats (name received from locals). It is not an area plagued by hotels or tourist attractions. It is a residential neighborhood with an amazing history and architectural mix that will allow you to enjoy a unique place.
So much so that Zurbano Street was described by the New York Times as “one of the best in Europe.” This is due to its palaces, restaurants and the many museums you will find. Parque Santander is one of the main green areas, with 120,000 square meters.
All this makes the Chamberí district one of the capital's most charming areas.
If something stands out the district of Chamberí is for having an incredible cultural variety. In addition to having two major museums: Museo Sorolla and the Geomining Museum, Chamberí also has incredible buildings with very artistic facades, the zero platform, the Santander park or various squares.
- The Sorolla Museum is located in the house where the Valencian painter lived. As well as being able to enjoy the exhibition of your paintings, you can also take a walk through the facilities. You can enjoy valuable collections of sculptures, furniture, ceramics… It also has a fantastic garden.
- Geomining Museum. This museum contains a large selection of rocks, fossils and minerals from different regions of Spain. In addition, it also has elements of colonial territories. If you are attentive to its programming you will discover that it houses educational workshops. In the main hall there are carved wooden display cabinets. A marvel.
- Platform Zero-station Chamberí. If something stands out Chamberí is for its wonderful platform zero. It is an old subway station that was closed in 1969. It is currently restored and has become an interpretation centre for the Madrid Metro. It was in 1919 when the first subway line of the city was inaugurated, which crossed the center from four roads to Gran via. This station was designed by Antonio Palacios. The system of entrances and exits, the decoration of the platforms, the tiles of the station… It is important to look at everything to appreciate what the subway was like in these times.
- Theatres. Throughout the district you will find a lot of theatres. The theatres of the Canal, a building that won the National Architecture Prize, by Juan Navarro. In it you can see classic texts and modern pieces, as well as concerts, flamenco, zarzuela, opera, Cabaret… Nearby you will also find the Abbey Theatre, the Galileo Theatre, the Quevedo Theatre and the Luchan theatres.
- Olavide Square. It is located in Trafalgar. It is a garden square where you can enjoy many terraces in which to make the usual Spanish tapas. It is totally pedestrian and full of shadows, perfect for summer evenings.
- Plaza Chamberí. No doubt, epicenter of the neighborhood of Chamberí. It's a must-see place. It has a great fountain in the center and surrounded by buildings of great importance.
- Zurbano Street. One of the most charming streets in the world and best rated. In it you will find a lot of old palaces, as well as being able to enjoy different boutiques and restaurants.
- Bermejillo Palace. This palace is located in the district of Chamberí, in the neighborhood of Almagro. It is one of the best preserved and most beautiful in the capital. It was built between 1913 and 1916 by Francisco Javier Bermejillo and his wife.
- Parque Santander. This is the main Green Zone of Chamberí district. In it you will find a majestic combination of vegetation and modern sports facilities. It has artificial football fields, paddle tennis courts and 1,200 meters to carry out a continuous career. The official name is leisure and Sport Center third deposit. It was built in 2007 above the Canal of Isabel II.
- San Fermín de los Navarros parish. It is a church belonging to the Neomudejar architecture. Its construction dates back to 1890 and in 1995 was declared as a cultural interest.
- Gardens of Enrique Herreros. These gardens are located between Bravo Murillo and Cea Bermúdez. In the past, the festivities of the Madrid neighborhood were celebrated.
In addition, the Chamberí district has 30 buildings that have been declared as a Cultural interest, so the visit is almost obligatory:
- Asylum of the Little Sisters of the Poor. It is a building that was built in 1875 by Antonio Ruiz Salces. It was declared well of Cultural interest in 1996. It is currently a nursing home with 90 places for people with limited resources.
- San Diego Asylum. The San Diego Asylum was founded by San Diego and San Nicolás in 1905 as a place to host and educate orphan girls. It is currently a school in which children, primary and secondary education are imparted.
- House of Flowers. It is a block of flats designed by Secundino Zuazo in 1931. It is a model for students of architecture, due to the distribution of their spaces as well as the garden corridor. Here lived Pablo Neruda in 1934. In 1981 it was declared a good of Cultural interest.
- Church of the College of the Divine Shepherdess. It was built in 1903 by José Urioste Vela. Its interior is neo-Gothic style and, as a curious fact, is the only original element that is preserved.
- Colegio de San Rafael.
- Convent of the Royal salts. It is an architectural ensemble formed by the Church of Santa Bárbara and the Palace of Justice, seat of the Supreme Court.
- Convent of the Fathers Paules.
- Convent of the handmaidens of Mary.
- Reservoir and water source of the Canal de Isabel II. It was considered the main hydraulic work of Europe. It was directed by the engineer and architect Lucio del Valle. Its construction ended in 1858.
- Deaf School
- High School of Mining engineers. This building was created in 1777, at the time of the reign of Charles III. He currently belongs to the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
- Gas station. This petrol station was the work of Casto Fernández-Shaw, in 1928. However, it was not built until 1958. It has become well of Cultural interest due to the uniqueness of its architecture.
- Pediment Beti-Jai. It is a building fruit of Joaquín Rucoba inaugurated in 1894. It was declared well of Cultural interest in 2011 and is currently rehabilitated.
- Maudes Hospital. The Hospital of laborers of San Francisco de Paula (as it is also called) is a group of buildings whose facades point to different streets. It was originally designed and built as a hospital for free health care for day laborers in 1908.
- Homeopathic Institute and Hospital of San José.
- Church of Our Lady of the Angels.
- Church of San Fermín de los Navarros.
- National Geographic Institute.
- International Institute.
- Geological and Mining Institute of Spain. It is a public research agency of Spain that is attached to the General secretariat of Coordination of the Ministry of Science, Innovation and universities. It was founded by Isabel II of Spain in 1849 and in 1910 received the name of the Geological Institute of Spain.
- “Valencia de Don Juan” institute.
- Sorolla Museum.
- Villamejor Palace.
- Fire station and municipal dependencies.
- Ladies ' residence.
The history and growth of the Chamberí district has resulted in the creation and maintenance of many historic buildings. Therefore, living in the Chamberí district is living in a neighborhood full of history, art and architecture.
Despite knowing the true origin of the district of Chamberí, there are many stories you can find about its creation.
It is said that, despite being one of the original neighbourhoods of Madrid, more traditional and pure, the origin of his name is found in France. It is said that when Napoleon's troops settled in Madrid, during the war of independence, they did it in this district. In fact, they were installed in the current Plaza de Chamberí. At that time this area was farmland belonging to the order of the Temple. The French troops that were located in this area were called “Chambéry Regiment”, as a tribute to a city in eastern France.
Despite the defeat of the French armies, the invasion that took place will always happen in the memory, since the term Chamberí, name of this fabulous district, has been Spanish form and adapted of the name of the French regiment.
Another interesting fact is the Paseo de la Castellana. Do you know what his original name was? At first he received the name of the new Paseo of the Princess's delights and its origin is in honor of Princess Isabel, who would become Isabel II.
However, one of the great Legends is that which revolves around the “station 0” of Chamberí, also known as the “Phantom Station”. This station closed its doors in 1966. It has remained closed for more than 40 years until it has now become a museum. According to legend, in the years 50 a crime was committed at the station. An orphan girl surprised a priest and a nun who kept an affair. The girl was in the school of the nun and, for fear of being discovered, took advantage of a school excursion to throw the girl by the subway. It is said that the ghost of the girl can be seen when the anniversary of her death is approaching.
Merchants of Interest
Chamberí is one of the areas of Madrid where you will find absolutely everything. Its streets are not too busy for tourism. However it has an amazing mix of stores and reputable shops along with small shops. In Calle Fuencarral you will find many famous shops: Size?, Tommy Hilfiger, North Face, Zara, Oysho, Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, NYX… All you can imagine and more: clothes, make-up even herbalists and book stores.
However, you can find more differentiated and special shops if you are stroll a little more for the streets. You will also find skate and skate shops, urban fashion and millions of game shops.
You can also enjoy the culture that is breathed through its streets. In this neighborhood, full of houses where artists and great literary have lived, you can get lost by the countless bookstores you will find along the way.
If something else stands out also chamberí is for the immense number of restaurants where you can enjoy a careful gastronomy: the market stalls of Vallehermoso and the market Chamberí. You can also enjoy the cheeses of the cheese factory, Poncelet or La Fondí. Dare to try a delicious wine in Santa Cecilia. If you are passionate about Kings ' ROSCOs, you should know that Vienna chaplains, Edelweiss, Chocolat Factory or La Marina are some of the best in Spain.