The Justice district takes its name from the High Court of Justice, which is located next to other emblematic buildings such as the church of Santa Bárbara, the Salesas Convent, the Pachá hall, one of the few rationalist buildings in Madrid, the Palacio de Longoria (Sociedad de Autores), an icon of modernist architecture, the Palacio de Villagonzalo, and many more. The avant-garde commercial offer with fashion shops, restaurants and boutique hotels joins the intense cultural activity of its theatres and art galleries. Strolling along streets that have already become a must, such as Barquillo, Conde de Xiquena, Orellana, Fernando Sexto, Mejía Lequerica or Fuencarral, the famous Plaza de la Villa de París, etc., is a real delight. The well-kept façades are reminiscent of a Parisian neighbourhood. This is Madrid’s trendiest neighbourhood par excellence and one of the most revitalised in recent years.
This property enjoys west orientation on the façade and east orientation through its patios.
Opportunity to acquire a recently refurbished and furnished property, in a building dating from 1880, with all the comforts of today without losing the essence of this type of housing so in demand.
The property has undergone an ambitious refurbishment that proposes a redistribution of spaces and improves circulation. Large communicated spaces and new installations, thermal and acoustic insulation, electric air conditioning, kitchen equipped with top of the range appliances.
Investment in the Justicia neighbourhood is highly recommended given its very high demand and scarce supply, especially when it comes to top-floor properties. It is one of the most revalued areas, in which an important effort is being made to turn around its streets, pavements, façades and squares. An exquisite environment, very well cared for and attractive for investment. A safe and sustainable value.