Absolutely unique and exclusive property. This "little palace" built in the early twentieth century is one of the few of this type that still stands in the elegant and luxurious Salamanca District. The property is distributed on three floors of approximately 100 sqm each, plus a roof terrace, separated by classy high ceilings, and offering the buyer the possibility of making a fabulous reform. Few people have the privilege of living in a single mansion in the Salamanca District, with an area of outdoor recreation, with swimming pool and / or jacuzzi. According to the General Urban Plan of Madrid, the building has been conveyed structural protection, which means that restoration, reconfiguration, conditioning and partial restructuring works are authorized. According to the Urban Plan, the building has a maximum building area of 760.37 m2, divided into 460.37 m2 unbuilt area, to add to the already 300 m2 built, if the City Council authorizes building according to the rehabilitation project. The building has recently surpassed, in 2013, the Technical Building Inspection, so it presents good structural conditions. The Local Law ruling the property uses is Zone 1 Norm, 3º Level, A type", which means that although its main use is residential, is also presents complementary alternatives, such as accommodation, commercial and offices on the ground floor and basement. This property is quite a unique opportunity.
The Salamanca district, built at the Salamanca Marquis´s order at the end of the XIXth century and on which he spent most of his fortune, is the prototype of urban development, an aristocratic neighborhood with large avenues that drive traffic to the many shops and luxury brands available, as well as imposing palaces - the Sevillan writer Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer lived in one of them.
A walk within the streets of this exclusive neighborhood offers a pleasant sensation of entering an exclusive aristocratic world. Brands such as Loewe, Lubaloo, Prada, Valentino, Miu Miu, Cartier and many others delight the most wealthy residents of this neighborhood called the Golden Mile. The maximum indicator of luxurious gastronomy is the Platea City Mall, full with restaurants such as Ramón Freixa or Sinergias, and which resulted from the union of three Spanish chefs. They attract visitors with innovative recipes and enviable sweets of Mamá Framboise, among others. For all those who love traditional food, the Salamanca district is the best place to enjoy the most exquisite tapas of Madrid. The Casa Dani restaurant, located in the Mercado de la Paz, Qué tapas, in the Mercado de Torrijos or the Santa Barbará brewery offer the opportunity to taste octopus, Iberic ham, tortilla or patatas bravas. After all, this is a neighborhood that very much resemble the wonderful Paris that identifies with luxury and glamour.
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