Gilmar Consulting Inmobiliario sells this fantastic apartment located in Parque de las Avenidas.
A good property, main street with green areas that will invite you to feel tranquility within the maelstrom of the city and is located on a 1st floor exterior, with generous natural light.
It is an apartment that has 179 meters built, distributed in a spacious living room, a large kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms one of them en suite.
The property has a doorman.
The price includes storage room in the same building.
La Guindalera (also called Barrio de Guindalera) is a neighborhood of Madrid belonging to the district of Salamanca. It is located in the vicinity of Ventas del Espíritu Santo and the neighborhood is bounded by Avenida de América and the streets of Francisco Silvela, Alcalá and the M-30.
It began to be populated in the mid-nineteenth century as a satellite neighborhood of the expansion of the Castro Plan, with horticultural settlements that took advantage of the conduction of the ‘canalillo’ (eastern irrigation ditch, the surplus of the Canal de Isabel II). Later it grew with the creation of the so-called Modern Madrid, and the Ciudad Lineal de Arturo Soria. The Breogán Park, next to the M-30, and the Eva Duarte Park in Manuel Becerra are located in the limits of its perimeter. The etymology of the neighborhood may come from a popular cherry orchard watered by the Abroñigal stream that passed nearby. The neighborhood had one of the first tramway lines in Madrid.
The nearest stations are Nuevos Ministerios (C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8 and C-10, Chamartín district) and Méndez Álvaro (C-1, C-5, C-7 and C-10, Arganzuela district) which can be reached by metro line 6, and Recoletos (C-1, C-2, C-7, C-8 and C-10, Recoletos district) which can be reached by line 4.
The neighborhood is served by metro lines 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 9.
-Line 2 serves the south of the neighborhood with the stations of Manuel Becerra and Ventas.
-Line 4 serves the axis of Francisco Silvela stopping at Diego de León and Avenida de América.
-Line 5 crosses the neighborhood to the south, stopping at Diego de León and Ventas.
-Line 6 is parallel to line 4, also running along Avenida de América and Diego de León, and stopping separately at Manuel Becerra.
-Line 7 serves the north and east of the neighborhood with the stations Avenida de América, Cartagena and Parque de las Avenidas.
-Line 9 serves only the northwestern end of the neighborhood with the Avenida de América station.
It is served by a large number of bus lines, including lines 1, 53 and 74, 43 or 48.