Aravaca apartments for rent – Aravaca, privileged area
Aravaca, neighborhood of Madrid that includes the northern margin of the El Plantío neighborhood, located in the district of Moncloa-Aravaca. It consists mostly of detached houses and newly built houses on the banks of the A-6 and surrounded by mountains. The luxury urbanizations located between the road from La Coruña and Monte del Pardo, have mostly 24 hour security and enjoy a closeness with comfortable access from the A-6. A natural luxury to enjoy with privacy and security just 11km from Madrid.
The residential area of Aravaca is one of the most exclusive in Madrid where families enjoy extraordinary comfort, enjoying excellent communications, proximity to Madrid and have a quiet environment, enjoying nature and tranquility in all its surroundings.
You can get to Palacio Real, Prado Museum, or other Madrid attractions in less than 25 minutes by car, or public transport[/vc_column_text][vc_tta_accordion active_section=”0″ collapsible_all=”true”][vc_tta_section title=”More about Aravaca” tab_id=”1540982847465-a5ab8cf3-fe56″][vc_column_text]The district of Aravaca forms an urban continuum with Pozuelo de Alarcón in line with Madrid. This municipality is isolated by urban roads from the rest of the city of Madrid and is only accessible by road and rail. Aravaca is a district of the municipality of Madrid, capital of Spain, belonging to the District of Moncloa-Aravaca. The three neighborhoods located northwest of the Moncloa-Aravaca District totaled 29,547 inhabitants in 2006; Aravaca (23,145), Valdemarín (4,000) and El Plantío (2,469) In terms of income per capita Aravaca experiences the highest levels of the entire municipality of Madrid in the first years of the 21st century. This district has become one of the most expensive areas in terms of housing in the municipality of Madrid.
At transport level, it has a Cercanías station that replaces the old halt. It is a Spanish railway station located in the Madrid district of Moncloa-Aravaca, in the neighborhood of Aravaca. It is part of the C-7 and C-10 lines of Cercanías Madrid. The Casa de Campo, the Moncloa Palace, the busy Calle Princesa or the ancient town of Aravaca are some of the highlights that are part of this district. The way to get from Aravaca to the rest of the city is by using the interurban highways A-6, M-500 or M-40, or the M-502 road previously crossing the municipality of Pozuelo de Alarcón to get to Colonia Jardín.
Aravaca is a housing area that has been rehabilitated in several periods. As of 2006, works were reinitiated in an “urban rehabilitation” plan that, to revitalize it, included the total renovation of the road, sidewalks, street furniture and lighting.
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