SPI REAL ESTATE manages LOCAL SALE DOOR STREET with reference 01480. Also suitable for investors who want profitability. DISTRIBUTION: In 2 plants totaling 586.97 m2 built Ground floor 247.52 m2 built: with direct external access from the street and also from the interior through the building's portal. Diaphanous space with 2 bathrooms. Rear Exit or Alley and 2 stairs communicating with the basement floor. Basement floor 302.72 m2 built: down the central staircase, on the right hand side is a large area of the local. On the left hand side you will find another large space that includes 2 bathrooms, kitchen area with window to community inner courtyard. It also has another staircase that connects to the ground floor. Location: Watercress Fountain is one of the six administrative districts that compose the district of Salamanca, in Madrid. In this neighborhood there is the colony of fountain of watercress, with small chalets and townhouses that were built at the beginning of the TWENTIETH century for the middle class. There is also the park of the Quinta of the watercress fountain located in the eastern part of the district. The neighborhood is limited by the street of Alcalá by the north, the street of Doctor Esquerdo by the West, avenue of the peace or M-30 by the by the east and the street of O'Donnell by the south. In addition, the district of Salamanca owes its name to its builder, the Malaga José de Salamanca and Mayol, Marquis of Salamanca, who promoted and erected it in part 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. In nineteenth style, it is characterized by its special regular distribution in the form of a checkerboard with perpendicular streets. Its buildings enjoy special interest thanks to its architectural quality and the beauty of its facades. Traditionally, Salamanca was a residential-use zone, especially inhabited by the country's political and economic elites. In the last fifty years this residential character coexists with other activities such as the business, the diplomatic and, especially the commercial as it is one of the most important shopping and fashionable areas of Madrid, especially around the Serrano streets , Claudio Coello and Ortega y Gasset. It has become one of the most living neighborhoods in Europe where illustrious people reside. SURROUNDINGS of Interest: Museum Mint, Wizink Center, the English court, Paza of sales bulls, Parque Eva Duarte de Perón. Transport: Commuter: New ministries stations can be easily reached (C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8 and C-10, Chamartín District) and Méndez Álvaro (C-1, C-5, C-7 and C-10, Arganzuela district) by Metro Line 6, and Sol stations (C-3 and C-4 , Central District) and Recoletos (C-1, C-2, C-7, C-8 and C-10, Recoletos district of this same district) by 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 (Express Airport).