2 bedroom apartment for sale
Spain - Madrid, Madrid
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attic - high demand in madrid
chamberi borough - prime area
very well decorated attic in the chamberi district. great and bright property which is an investment opportunity for those looking for a unique property in a prime district of the spanish capital. the decoration is superb and the layout of the property has been very clever in order to make the most out of this 91sqm attic-apartment. commercial area
chamberi district is one of the most remarkable areas of madrid, attracting interest due to the lifestyle, the restaurants, bars and alive social live. more and more overseas buyers and tourists are demanding properties in this area.
madrid property market is booming and the spanish brick offers not only a sample of the best properties in the market but also a bespoke service for overseas and uk buyers and investors looking for opportunities in the current market climate. having worked with clients since 2010, we are proud to offer the most advance and bespoke service to buyers and investors in order to help you to achieve your goals in spain.
how the spanish brick can help you the madrid property market:
madrid property market is booming and the spanish brick offers not only a sample of the best properties in the market but also a bespoke service for overseas and uk buyers and investors looking for opportunities in the current market climate. having worked with clients since 2010, we are proud to offer the most advance and bespoke service to buyers and investors.
why chamberi district has such a name?
ok, why is the town of chamberi called chamberi anyway? have you ever asked yourself?
the answer can be found a few kilometers away, in the french city of chambery, the historic capital of the dukedom of savoy, which is located at the foot of the alps, some forty kilometers south of annecy and eighty kilometers south of geneva.
if we go back in time, it all started when napoleon's troops surrounded madrid to try to occupy it during the war for independence. they set up in this district, in particular on the esplanade that today is home to chamberi plaza. back then, this area was a bunch of land for agriculture. the french regiment that stayed there was called the chambery regiment, in honor of the french city.
the french armies failed in their attempt to conquer spain, and the role of those from madrid was the deciding factor. napoleon and his troops had to retreat without reaching their goal. however, the footprint of that invasion had always remained in the memory of the city, since the term chamberi was quickly adopted and turned into castillian, leaving us with one of the most beautiful towns of madrid ever.
- Madrid (Barajas) (International), 11.3 miles
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