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This post is part of the “The best areas to live in Madrid” Series. In this post I’ll share info about the Chamartín district that will help you get an idea of what your life would be like in this area, the type of housing you can find, its prices and the activities available by just going out on the street and walking a few minutes.

Chamartin is one of the 21 districts into which the city of Madrid is divided.

Chamartin is the most residential and landscaped district of the central area (within the M-30) of Madrid,

There are many schools and commercial areas are concentrated in some streets while there are others with few shops and therefore more residential.

The whole District is well connected by public transport.

There is the “Santiago Bernabéu” football stadium where games are held with large crowds that cause traffic cuts in the surrounding streets.

Chamartín, in turn, is divided into the following neighborhoods:

  • El Viso: one of the most upscale areas of Madrid
  • Castilla
  • CiudadJardín
  • Hispanoamérica-Bernabéu
  • Nueva España
  • Prosperidad

Housing in Chamartín

We find more residential buildings with common areas (gardens and swimming pools) and also more villas with private green areas than in other Districts of the central almond (within the M-30) of Madrid.

Currently in the district of Chamartín, there is an offer of almost 1,100 houses for rent with an average price of around 18 ? per square metre.

Most of the homes on offer are flats, although there are more villas (5%) than in other central areas of Madrid. The majority (29%) are 2-bedroom properties. There are also 1-bedroom apartments (25%), 3-bedroom apartments (22%) and the area with the largest offer of flats with +4 bedrooms (22%).

Of these, 38% are rented with a garage, 40% have a terrace and
24% of the pool.

With this chart you can easily see the price range and the type of property with the greatest offer:

 

 

∗ These percentages and prices refer to an approximate average of the supply that we have observed in recent years. The supply of housing available for rent in Centro varies from day to day. The more demanded the area, the more dynamic the offer.

Sport Centres in Chamartín

Centro Deportivo Municipal Pradillo
Pradillo, 33

Centro Deportivo Municipal Chamartín
Pio XII, 2

Polideportivo Antonio Magariños
Serrano, 127

 

Cultural Centres in Chamartín

Auditorio Nacional de Música
Príncipe de Vergara, 146

Auditorio Duque de Pastrana
Paseo de la Habana, 208

Instituto Egipcio de Estudios Islámicos
Francisco de Asís Méndez Casariego, 1

Centro Sociocultural Luis Gonzaga
Príncipe de Vergara, 142

Centro Cultural Nicolás Salmerón
Mantuano, 51

Museums and Art Galleries in Chamartín

Centro de Exposiciones Arte Canal
Paseo Castellana 214

Fundación Canal de Isabel II
Mateo Inurria, 2

Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales
Jose Gutierrez Abascal 2

Museo Efe, La Casa De Las Noticias
Av. de Burgos, 8B

Museo del Real Madrid
Concha Espina, 1

Gran Logia de España – Grande Oriente Español
Juan Ramón Jiménez, 6

Fundación Olivar de Castillejo
Menéndez Pidal, 3

Galería Daniel Cardani
Profesor Waksman, 12

Galeria Proyecto H Contemporáneo
Avenida Alfonso XIII, 109

Sala de Arte Joven
Avda. de América, 13

Theaters and Cinemas in Chamartín

Conde Duque Morasol Cinema
Pradillo, 4

Teatro Pradillo
Pradillo, 12

Houdini Sala de Magia
García Luna 13

Schools in Chamartín

There are a total of 9 public schools, 3 institutes, 9 private schools, 20 charter schools and 11 of them are bilingual Spanish-English. In this Comunidad de Madrid link you may check all of them. In this Comunidad de Madrid link you may check all of them.

Parks in Chamartín

Parque de Berlín
Ramón y Cajal,  2

Parque de Alfonso XIII
Ada.  Alfonso XIII,  136

Parque Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente
Padre Claret,  38

Jardín de las Bellas Artes
Castellana, 78

Jardines del Mundial. Castellana
Castellana, 142

Jardines del Doctor Fleming
Doctor Fleming, 1

Jardines de San Fernando
Alberto Alcocer, 9

Jardines de Pablo Sorozábal
Príncipe de Vergara, 139

Shopping in Chamartín

Mostly local based commerce, in every street we find at least one supermarket and small convenience shops.

The most commercial streets, with the largest number of shops, are Paseo de la Habana (from its beginning to the Bernabéu), several sections of Príncipe de Vergara and the Dr. Fleming area around the Centro Comercial Castellana 200.

In addition, there are 2 food markets, Chamartín and Prosperidad. The first one stands out for the great variety and high quality of its products.

Chamartín Postal Codes

28002, 28016, 28036

 

Does Centro convince you? Do you think it would be a good choice for you?

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