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
Retiro is a district of Madrid that includes the neighborhoods of Pacific, Oleander, Estrella, Ibiza, Jeronimos and Niño Jesus. It is a very central district, known above all by the Retiro Park public park. This district is delimited by Paseo del Prado, which establishes the boundary with the Centro district, Paseo de la Infanta Isabel, railway stations of Atocha station, Avenida de la Paz, Calle de O´Donnell and Calle de Alcalá. It has an area of 537 hectares and a population volume of around 126,000. It is known as the Cultural District par excellence of Madrid.
The gardens of Buen Retiro were created by Felipe IV in the 17th century. At first it was a recreation estate for the Kings of the House of Austria. During the reign of the Bourbons, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the area was enriched with large facilities. In addition, during the reign of Ferdinand VII the park was replanted, the Menagerie, the Royal pier and the garden of whims.
At first it was a completely private garden. However, after the destruction during the War of independence (used as a quartering by the French), along with the growth of the urban expansion of the city, gave way to what we know today as the Retiro Park. In 1868 it became part of the municipal patrimony, making it available to all the citizens for their enjoyment. This is where the Retiro district gets its name.
At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the twentieth century, the park was used to carry out numerous international exhibitions. As a result, buildings were built as magnificent as the Crystal Palace or the Velázquez Palace.
In 1935 it was declared an artistic historical garden and is currently considered one of the green lungs of the cultural heritage of Madrid. It is an open-air museum. Many sculptors of the twentieth century participated in its enrichment. Among the most representative monuments is the sculptural ensemble of Alfonso XII or the equestrian statue of General Martínez-Campos.
In addition, throughout the park you can find the different zones according to historical stages. For example, the Parterre is a French-style garden that was created under the command of Felipe V. You can also find the gardens of major Cecilio Rodríguez and the Rose Garden, creations from the early twentieth century.
The last emblematic creation is the forest of memory, a commemorative monument that was built as a tribute to the victims of the bombings of the 11m in Madrid.
The water was certainly an important element for the construction. It has a fairly large artificial pond, estuaries, small ponds and numerous fountains in the gardens.
Until the arrival of Queen Elizabeth II, the park was a real cazadero. The sale of part of the park to the state resulted in a process of urbanization of the district of the Jerónimos. This event occurred simultaneously with the execution of the plan of Ensanche of Madrid, carried out by heat Maria de Castro. It sought to have an urban axis very similar to that of Partís. In other words, we wanted to make an expansion of the historic center, with large regular apples. This idea was followed and, today, the district of Retino has a remarkably homogeneous architecture. The facades are built of brick cloths with different styles and the balconies are full of decorative elements.
Very close to the district of Salamanca, the Retiro district has an aristocratic residential architecture. The district is made up of houses, except for the Retiro Park. This neighborhood was built in conjunction with the Barrio de Salamanca. Ibiza and Pacific are the most regular areas in your grid. However, the rest of the neighborhoods have a more irregular symmetry. When built jointly with the Barrio de Salamanca, both have that distinctive aristocratic aspect.
Why Live in retirement
The Retiro district is one of the most emblematic and of the highest quality in Madrid. Adjoining the centre, it occupies a privileged position. In the same way that it happens with the district of Salamanca, between its streets you can find an endless number of classical constructions, of great dimensions and with privileged views.
It is a very central area with easy access. It has numerous Metro accesses, as well as buses and the emblematic Atocha train station. It is one of the richest neighborhoods in the city.
If something stands out the neighborhood of Retiro is to have an incredible historical and cultural content. The history of the Retiro district is marked by the Retiro park and the railway facilities located in the east and south of the District of Madrid. It has an area of 537.83 hectares.
This is the cultural district par excellence. It is a neighborhood full of charm, of a varied character and full of contrasts. In it you will find some of the most emblematic buildings and monuments of the capital. Without a doubt, the history of the Retiro neighborhood is very close to the architecture. In this district you can find some of the great buildings of major importance of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. For example, the Crystal Palace, the Velázquez Palace or the Atocha train station, an example of the iron Railway architecture. In addition, in this area there are many institutional buildings, such as the Museum of Anthropology, the decorative arts, the Naval, the archive of protocols, the Royal Spanish Academy of Language, the palace of the stock Exchange and the Ritz Hotel. Although, without a doubt, one of the most important elements is the Palacio de Cibeles, the seat of the Madrid City Council and the work of Antonio Palacios.
Among the most famous monuments we can find:
- Paseo de Argentina. It is located inside the Retiro Park. The locals know it as the “Walk of the statues”. It is full of figures from the different parkings in Spain.
- Fountain of the Fallen angel. This fountain is completely unique and special, as it is the only statue you'll find dedicated to the demon.
- The Crystal Palace. It is one of the most beautiful and well-known monuments in the Retiro Park. Looks like it's out of a story. The construction was the result of copying the English greenhouses of the time. It is a place full of charm where the light passes through its crystals and leaves really fantastic images.
- The Velázquez Palace. One of the great works of the Bosco, inspired by the palace D Cristal of London. In it you can find different temporary exhibitions of Queen Sofia.
- Royal Tapestry Factory. It was created during the Spanish Enlightenment. Founded in 1720 by Felipe V, imitating the French royal workshops. In it were manufactured the objects of luxury by hand.
- Navy headquarters and Naval Museum. It is an eclectic building with a rectangular plan that has two interior patios. It was inaugurated in July of the 28th. It is an amazing building that combines classic and gothic elements. The naval decorations abound in its façade.
- Hotel Ritz. This five-star luxury hotel is located in the Retiro district, next to the Prado Museum and opposite the Thyssen-Bornemisza. It is considered part of the history of Madrid as it is a Centennial hotel.
- National Museum of the Prado. It is one of the most important museums in the world and one of the most visited. It is rich in works by great European artists from the 16th to the nineteenth centuries. The main attraction of this museum lies in the presence of works by Velázquez, El Greco, Goya, as well as Titian, Rubens and Bosco among other great artists.
- Palacio de Cibeles. Also known as the Palace of Communications is a set of two buildings with a white facade that is located in the center of Madrid, in the district of Los Jerónimos belonging to the neighborhood of Retiro. It was officially inaugurated in 1919. At first it was a mail distribution. It is currently the city Council of Madrid.
- Puerta de Alcalá. The Puerta de Alcalá is one of the five oldest royal gates that gave access to the city. It is located at the roundabout of the Independence Square, between the streets of Alcalá, Alfonso XII, Serrano and Salustiano Olózaga and next to the gates of the Retiro: Door of Spain, door of independence and door of Hernani. It is a neo-classical style door very similar to the arches of the triumph of Rome. It was the first triumphal arch built in Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire. It is also inspired by the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. It is considered a historical-artistic monument of the city, of obligatory visit.
- Royal Spanish Academy of the language. This building was founded in 1713 by the illustrated Juan Manuel Fernandez Pacheco VIII, Marquis of Villena. It's a kind of imitation of the French Academy. King Philip V approved his constitution. It regulates language by creating standards in order to promote the language unit of the Spanish-speaking world.
- Royal Botanical Garden. It is a research centre of the Higher Council of Scientific Research. It was founded by King Ferdinand VI in October 1755 near the Manzanares River. Charles III ordered his transfer to his current situation in 1781. It is now located next to the Prado Museum, on the Paseo del Prado. It has three staggered terraces, with American and Pacific plants. It also has European plants.
- The Jerónimos. The monastery of San Jerónimo El Real, better known as the Jerónimos, is one of the most important monasteries in Madrid. It was extended as a palace of good retirement in the times of Philip IV. The church, currently Parish of St. Jerome, and a Renaissance cloister is still being erected. These were completely linked to the Spanish monarchy.
In spite of all these monuments, in the neighborhood of the Retiro you can find many others. This is due to its very central situation and its great history and evolution.
What we know today as the Retiro Park in its day was a very different project. To begin with, it wasn't a park, but it wasn't public either. The idea was to build a kind of Versailles: a series of important architectures that will be around the palace. In addition, the gardens that were to be incorporated were very different from the ones we found today.
It belonged to the kings of Spain and only they, and their relatives, could enjoy it. That is to say, that it was not of free and public access. In addition, their extent and dimensions are not as they were thought.
As a curious fact, the reason why it was decided to build the Retino was nothing other than a blunder on the part of the Spanish authorities. It happened during the Thirty Years ' War. England was hesitant about what party he was going to take. To convince her and turn England into our ally, a wedding was arranged between the English Prince Charles I and the Spanish Infanta Maria Ana (sister of Philip IV). This brought with it the signing of a peace alliance between the two countries.
The Prince of Wales made a visit to Madrid to finalize the details and stayed in the royal Fourth of Retiro, annexed to the Church of the Jerónimos. It was completely lacking in windows and did not have any kind of luxury or comfort. This place was not the pleasure of the prince, who broke the proposal of marriage, returned to London and declared war on Spain. Then the Spanish councillors took note of what happened and the Conde Duque de Olivares ordered to build a palatial complex, of great category, where the illustrious visitors could be established.
Merchants of Interest
The Retiro district is one of the most centrally located in Madrid. This makes it around you can find countless shops of great interest. In addition, the Retiro district is located close to the district of Salamanca, so you have very near the ' Golden Mile ' of Madrid, with the most famous boutiques and shops of luxury and renown in the world.
At a train stop you will be located in Sol, Madrid's peak of consumption, where you will find all the necessary shops. The Retiro district has supermarkets and many restaurants around it. So you have all the necessary amenities.