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 or Mejía Lequerica, 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.
The property enjoys several orientations, north-south cross-lighting and very good luminosity.
Opportunity to acquire a very unique space, a mix of original classic attributes, such as the beautiful exposed beams that run along the floor of the house and open spaces without architectural barriers that increase the cubic capacity and the feeling of spaciousness. The property has a contemporary layout, with a good social area and three bedrooms, a space that can be easily personalised and updated.
The property was refurbished a few years ago and needs updating. Good distribution and use of spaces that could be personalised very easily. It has air conditioning and individual heating. The installations are relatively recent.
Acquiring a real estate asset of these characteristics in the Justicia neighbourhood translates into assured profitability (one of the highest in the capital), as well as investment potential in the short/medium term. Real estate development is constantly growing as demand far outstrips supply, especially for this type of large-format property, which is very scarce.