REF: VF-677

Yes, in Madrid, there is a neighborhood in which it is difficult to park on the street that is Chamberí. This is because it is a very popular area, both residents and people who work in that area, also because, being a commercial area par excellence, many people go to enjoy the trade. In this regard, the restaurants should be staked, Ponzano Street being a preferred and fashionable place. With which, the people who reside and many of those who work, in this neighborhood, are forced to have a parking space, either in property or for rent, in order to cover this difficulty of finding street parking.

Near Ponzano Street, we are selling a garage for sale, in a parking lot, in a building that has a concierge service.

It is located on the 2nd floor of the basement and can accommodate a medium vehicle. It is a comfortable parking space because, in total, only 13 parking spaces are available. The area of ??the square we sell is 13.60 m² (3.14 m wide x 4.33 m long). For security, the vehicles enter and leave the parking lot through two doors, one located in the area of ??the sidewalk of the street and another double, set back inside. Both doors open with remote control.

Pedestrians can access, through an independent door, through stairs.

The local garage, in the basement floors, has cobbled floor in pressed cement and walls painted in grated paste. However, in the entrance and exit area of ??the parking lot the floors are stoneware, the wall is brick treated with 2 soffits; The ceiling is decorative with 4 spotlights and the stairs to the housing portal are marble.

In conclusion, tell them that it is an opportunity to have a parking space, in this area, with the difficulty of finding parking, in this area. Therefore I invite you to come visit as soon as possible, said garage.

Year of construction of the building: 1,960.

Formed by the neighborhoods of Trafalgar, Arapiles, Gaztambide, Vallehermoso, Ríos Rosas and Almagro, the Chamberí district was a residence area for much of the aristocracy of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Chamberí houses the Sorolla Museum and the Geominero Museum. The first is located in the house where the Valencian painter lived and, apart from the exhibition of his paintings, a visit to his facilities allows him to enjoy his valuable collections of sculptures, furniture and ceramics, as well as his fantastic garden.

Another historical point is the Plaza de Olavide, in Trafalgar, a cozy garden square with many terraces, a usual meeting place and tapas.

On horseback, between the neighborhoods of Arapiles and Vallehermoso, on Cea Bermúdez street, and on a modern complex of 35,200 square meters dedicated to the scenic art are the Canal Theaters. In the surroundings there is also the Abbey Theater, the Galileo Theater and Los Luchana Theaters, the result of the conversion into theaters of the old Luchana Cinemas.

In the section of Fuencarral street, which goes from the Bilbao roundabout to Quevedo, is the Paz Cinema inaugurated in 1943 and offers a selection of the best author and independent cinema of the moment. Almost opposite is the Cinema Projections in an art deco building dating from 1932 and where you can enjoy the latest film premieres with the most advanced technology.

Nearby, and also in the Chamberí district, there is the Sala Berlanga (in Argüelles, owned by the General Society of Authors and which projects Spanish, Latin American, European and author cinema), the flirtatious Little Cine Estudio (attached to Quevedo and which offers cinema classic), the Verdi Cinemas (in original version, on Bravo Murillo Street) and Count Duque Verdi Alberto Aguilera and Count Duque Santa Engracia.

Nor can you miss Zurbano Street, which has come to be described in the New York Times as “one of the best in Europe”, a street dotted with charming mansions, boutiques, restaurants and museums.

The main green area is the Parque de Santander, where vegetation and modern sports facilities are combined (artificial grass football fields, paddle tennis courts and a 1,200 meter tartan ring to practice the continuous race).

The Canal de Isabel II Sports Facilities occupy a total area of ??40,000 m2. They are divided into two independent nuclei and close to each other. The main one, with access through the Philippines Avenue, has an area of ??30,000 m2 and has swimming pools, gyms, covered pavilion, tennis courts, paddle tennis, basketball, pediment, … while the other space, located on Pablo Street Iglesias occupies an area of ??10,000 m2 with a football-11 and soccer-7 field and a futsal field, all of them with artificial turf.

These facilities make available to citizens two glasses for summer pool: one for recreational use with dimensions of 47 x 23 meters, with a surface of 1,113 square meters of water, and another 7.5 x 6 meters for children, with a total area of ??25 square meters.

It is complemented with areas of beach, solarium, cafeteria, changing rooms, showers and toilets, in an area of ??4,460 square meters of total area, with a maximum capacity for this one of 1,043 users, while the corresponding to the pool glasses is 569 users.





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