Engel & Völkers, a luxury real estate company, sells this wonderful and modern property from Recoletos in the Salamanca neighbourhood. The property is recently refurbished this year and has numerous advantages and advances that facilitate its use and provide an extra quality of comfort, in addition to being located on the first floor without the need to use the elevator. All the finishes are of first quality, both the carpentries of windows with thermal break of bridge with automated blinds, as the doors with hinged and hidden slip, the floor of treated special wood imported from Germany of green label, the kitchen furnished and equipped with all the electrical appliances mark NEFF, the lighting led adjustable in intensity, the air conditioning by means of radiators and ducts of air conditioning so much central as individual and the musical thread by all the house, with possibility of individual use. The whole house is equipped with domotics, which allows at all times to regulate and accommodate the needs at all times and each user, also allowing remote control and from any personal device. The dining room is very spacious and allows its distribution and decoration with various environments and uses, connects with the open kitchen and island, with Corian type worktop of a beautiful white marble veined. There is also a guest toilet for greater comfort and in the event of an event or celebration. All bedrooms are large, high ceilings, with individual thermostat, with wardrobes dressed with interior light, and all with bathroom incorporated with flood detectors. The master bedroom also has a dressing area with large storage capacity or fully clothed. The District of Salamanca is one of the most relevant areas of Madrid, by its peculiar distribution and residents who have traditionally inhabited the emblematic streets alike. Its construction dates from the second half of the 19th century and corresponds to the urban expansion carried out during the reign of Isabel II. The predecessor to which it owes its name was José de Salamanca y Mayol, Marquess of Salamanca, who conceived a new site with a neat building which houses the aristocratic and bourgeois classes of Madrid. Nineteenth-century style, characterized by its special distribution regular grid with perpendicular streets. Its buildings are of special interest due to its architectural quality and the beauty of its facade. Traditionally Salamanca was an area of residential use, especially inhabited by the political and economic elites of the country. In the last fifty years this residential character coexists with other activities such as business, diplomatic and, especially commercial since it is one of the most important luxury fashion areas of the capital.