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Hermosilla 67

Avant-garde classicism
In the heart of the Salamanca District of Madrid, the splendid classical facade building of Hermosilla Street stands as unique and prestigious as its own location.

  • Surface: From 90 m2
  • Bedrooms: 2 bedrooms
  • Availability: 24 residences
  • Includes: Pool, Gym, Sauna

Located in one of the most stately neighborhoods of Madrid, between the Prince of Vergara, Ayala and Goya streets, this new construction project will have all the necessary services to enjoy a comfortable and comfortable life.

Combining its classic elements with an avant-garde interior design, Hermosilla 67 will project a total of 24 exclusive homes equipped with wellness area (indoor pool with heated sun loungers, gym and sauna, among others) and beach area with pool on the roof of the building.

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Non-contractual and purely illustrative images subject to technical, legal or commercial modifications of the optional management or competent authority. The infographics of the facades, common elements and remaining spaces are indicative and may be subject to verification or modification in technical projects. The furniture of the interior infographics is not included and the equipment of the houses will be the one indicated in the corresponding quality report. All the information and delivery of documentation will be made according to what is established in Royal Decree 515/1989 and other regulations that could complement it, whether state or autonomous.

Informative document, not contractual. The surfaces referred to in this plan are indicative and may vary due to technical and / or legal reasons in the development of the execution of the works. The furniture, plants and garden are merely decorative. The turns of the doors and the distribution of the sanitary devices are not binding.

The present report of constructive qualities is merely indicative, with Darya Homes reserving the power to introduce those modifications that are motivated by technical or legal reasons, which are indicated by the architect’s director of the work, because they are necessary or convenient for the correct completion of the building or that they are ordered by the competent public bodies, in which case they will be replaced by others of equal or superior quality.