Moyano 20

Valladolid

Moyano 20

Valladolid

Moyano 20

Valladolid

Moyano 20

Valladolid

From:265.700 €
Surface from: 75,84 m2
Bedrooms: 2 y 3
Toilets: 2
Households: 0


A building with history


New project in the center of Valladolid. Emblematic street, in Claudio Moyano 20. Stately historical building with the best and modern qualities that we can offer. The façade is the original of the building, in a modernist style and with a great historical character, carried out by the architect Manuel Cuadrillero in 1916, which will be completely restored.

It consists of 1 and 2-bedroom apartments from the 1st floor to the penthouse, a 3-bedroom duplex, and commercial premises on the ground floor.

The apartments will have exceptional qualities, such as exceptional thermal insulation efficiency, all areas of the house can enjoy natural light, centralized ventilation system with heat recovery throughout the house, aerothermal heating with underfloor heating and cooling , pre-installation of home automation compatible with Amazon Alexa for control and regulation of lights, blinds control, presence control sensors...

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    Type Floor Bedrooms Toilets Garage Surface Price Plans
    Flats 4 3 2 0 105 m2 459.000 €
    Commercials 0 0 0 0 175 m2 538.000 €
    Commercials 0 0 0 0 105 m2 490.000 €
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    • Energy class: In process
    • Global energy performance index: In process

    Know the area

    The property object of the project was located on the southern edge of the historic center of the city in the Barrio de Santa María, bordering the layout of the second fence that, in the 16th century, still delimited the urban core of the city.

    The current Calle de Claudio Moyano was called before Potters as indicated by Agapito and Revilla in his book The streets of Valladolid (Valladolid, 1937. Ed. Fác. Maxtor, Valladolid, 2004) and constituted the limit of the second near the Villa, being integrated within the so-called Barrio de Santa María.

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