SPI REAL ESTATE manages in LOCAL SALE DOOR STREET with reference 01480. Also suitable for investors who want profitability. DISTRIBUTION: In 2 floors totaling 586.97 m2 built Ground floor 247.52 m2 built: with direct access outside from the street and also from the inside through the portal of the building. Diaphanous space with 2 bathrooms. Rear exit or alley and 2 stairs that connect to the basement. Basement 302.72 m2 built: going down the central staircase, on the right is a large area of the premises. On the left is another large space that includes the 2 bathrooms, kitchenette with window to communal interior patio. It also has another staircase that connects to the ground floor. Location: Fuente del Berro is one of the six administrative districts that make up the Salamanca District, in Madrid. In this neighborhood is the Colonia de Fuente del Berro, with small chalets and townhouses that were built in the early twentieth century for the middle class. There is also the Quinta de la Fuente del Berro Park located in the eastern part of the neighborhood. The neighborhood is limited by Calle de Alcalá to the north, Doctor Esquerdo Street to the west, Avenida de la Paz or M-30 by the east and O'Donnell Street to the south. In addition, the district of Salamanca owes its name to its builder, the Malagasy José de Salamanca y Mayol, Marqués de Salamanca, who promoted and erected it partly in the nineteenth century during the reign of Isabel II, who conceived a new site with a careful building that will house the aristocratic and bourgeois classes of Madrid. Of the 19th century style, it is characterized by its special regular distribution in the form of a damer with perpendicular streets. Its buildings enjoy special interest thanks to its architectural quality and the beauty of its facades. 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, as it is one of the most important shopping and fashion areas of Madrid, especially around Serrano, Claudio Coello and Ortega and Gasset streets. It has become one of the highest living districts in Europe where illustrious characters reside. INTEREST AREAS of interest: Casa de la Moneda Museum, Wizink Center, El Corte Inglés, Paza de Toros de las Ventas, Eva Duarte de Perón Park. Transport: Commuter: New Ministries stations (C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8 and C-10, Chamartín district) and Méndez Alvaro (C-1, C-5, C-7 and C-10, Arganzuela district) via metro line 6, and Sol stations (C-3 and C-4, Centro district) and Recoletos (C-1, C-2, C-7, C-8 and C-10, Reetocols neighborhood of this same district) via metro line 2. METRO: Sales Stations (L2 and L5), Manuel Becerra (L2 and L6) and O'Donnell (L6). BUSES: 2, 12, 15, 21, 28, 30, 38, 43, 48, 53, 56, 71, 106, 110, 143, 146, 156, 210, C1, C2, N5, N6, N7, N27 (Express Airport), E2, E3, E4, 203 (Airport).