Style from the heart of the Salamanca district
Located in the heart of the elegant and exclusive district of Salamanca, in General Pardiñas Street, one street away from the Marqués de Salamanca Square. It is a recently renovated 2 bedroom 2 bathroom flat. Its surroundings are dominated by elegant buildings with stately facades, tree-lined streets, and a selection of the best restaurants, boutiques, cafés and shops in the city.
It is located on a 4th floor outside, with two south-facing balconies, on a quiet street just behind the new headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The decoration is in a classic-modern style, elegant, with wide spaces where soft spring tones stand out, perfectly combining comfort and good taste with a very pleasant atmosphere. The interior stands out for the great amount of natural light that enters through the three windows of the social area, which look out onto a balcony. It is an ideal flat for up to 5 people.
The open plan living/dining room opens up to the outside, with two dark green and cream sofas (sofa bed), a wooden coffee table with glass, a large flat screen TV and two modern designer armchairs. It has a large round mirror at the back that reflects the natural light and gives the room a spacious feel. The dining room has a round metal-plated wooden table for 5 people, with grey fabric chairs and two large artificial floors in the background.
The kitchen is integrated into the social area and has a very practical design. In white colour combined with an elegant grey, large mirror in the background and a decorative paper on the wall with floral motifs. The furniture is recessed and hides all the state-of-the-art appliances. It is fully equipped with all the necessary utensils for 8 people.
The main bedroom is accessed through a hall that has both sinks in a cabinet with drawers, a large mirror, a bench and built-in cupboards in white lacquered wood.
To enter the bedroom there are two sliding doors that separate the two rooms and give privacy to the room. It has a large bed (1.60×2.00m) with wooden and wicker headboards, bedside tables and large built-in wardrobes. It has a window to the street that gives it a lot of light. The entrance hall has a door that opens to a mini-storage room ideal for storage and another sliding door for the bathroom, separate and independent, with the toilet and the shower with a glazed cabin.
The second bedroom has two single beds with their bedside table in the middle, and built-in wardrobes in white lacquered wood. It has a window to the outside.
All windows are insulated from outside noise, so the floor is very quiet. The whole floor is made of wood, except for the bathrooms, which are made of slabs. The building has a doorman, access ramp for the disabled and a lift.
TV and Cable, WIFI, Central and Boiler Heating, Central Air Conditioning, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, Fridge, Freezer, Induction Cooker, Electric Oven, Microwave, Hood, Nespresso Coffee Machine, Blender, Water Heater, Toaster, Iron and Ironing Board. Hair dryer. Kitchen equipment for 8 people.
Services included in the price
● To 120Є for electricity, gas and water costs for one month’s rent.
● Cable and internet/wifi service.
Located in one of the most prestigious areas of the Barrio de Salamanca, in General Pardiñas Street between Ortega y Gasset and Padilla. It is surrounded by a lot of elegant and modern life. It is very close to the Marqués de Salamanca Square, and Ortega y Gasset street which houses the most prestigious signature boutiques in the city, as well as numerous shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, and all kinds of services just a few steps away.
The flat is very well communicated with the rest of the city as it has excellent transport connections, with the stations of Núñez de Balboa, Diego de León and Lista just a few streets away, as well as several bus stops on the main roads of Príncipe de Vergara and Calle Ortega y Gasset. It is surrounded by authentic and traditional places that are part of the daily life of the Madrid resident.
NEARBY PLACES OF INTEREST
Velázquez, Ortega y Gasset Streets. Plaza del Marqués de Salamanca, Instituto de Empresas, Fundación Juan March, ABC Shopping Centre, Plaza de Toros de Venta, Puerta de Alcalá, Plaza Colón – Centro Cultural de la Villa, Archaeological Museum, Wax Museum, Embassy of the United States of America, Palacio de los Deportes, Retiro Park, Corte Inglés de Serrano.