A unique palatial home in the heart of Madrid's famous Golden Mile Art. Within a short walk to the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemiza Museum, or the Reina Sofia Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, this exquisite property has a total of 1,000 square meters, spread over three levels, in a historically classified building of the 17th century. The house has three spacious lounges, which the owner uses for entertainment, a large lounge that leads to the master bedroom and attached dressing room, a library, a kitchen, a laundry room, five bathrooms, a bar and a cellar. The dining room can easily seat 40 guests. Seven marble fireplaces give a warm and welcoming atmosphere to the house. Original oak, mahogany and walnut. The Venetian Fortuny silk floors and wall coverings attest to the property's aristocratic origins. A unique feature of the house is its Andalusian-style patio, a haven of peace and tranquility in Spain's bustling capital city. The house has been featured in several international design magazines, and has won acclaim for its impressive combination of avant-garde and classic interior design.