In the heart of Madrid, in one of the most residential and familiar neighborhoods, Chamberí, we find this apartment, located on the ground floor rejuvenated thanks to the right doses of spaciousness and communication between spaces. The furniture and the simple and light lines make it the ideal accommodation.
The spaces distributed in an open concept, in addition to taking advantage of the space, gain flexibility, providing a greater perception of visual amplitude.
The apartment consists of a pleasant living room with a kitchenette, a double bedroom, and a full bathroom.
Chamberí is home to some of the best theaters in the city, such as the Canal, the Luchana, and the Abadía. As for museums, here coexist from beautiful art galleries like the Sorolla to other less conventional ones like the Geominero or the Andén Cero, which includes a visit to the ghost subway station of Chamberí.
Chamberí has always been known for its traditional taverns. However, in recent years, more and more nouvelle cuisine bars and restaurants have chosen this area to open their doors. And we are not only talking about Ponzano Street, a must-visit to try the latest in Madrid’s gastronomy but also the area around Plaza Olavide, as well as the streets near Alonso Martínez and Castellana.