These homes have 3 or 4 bedrooms, a terrace, a garage, a basement storage room and family leisure spaces such as a swimming pool, a paddle ball court, a gymnasium, a multi-purpose hall, a playground and gardens, all in a private development with controlled access.
Located in one of the most consolidated areas and which has seen one of the largest increases in value since the opening of the Sor Ángela de la Cruz tunnel (which connects the Paseo de la Castellana area with Puerta de Hierro and the M-30 through Calle Valle de Mena), Isla de Ízaro is designed for those who wish to live as in the capital but with a better lifestyle.
The social responsibility of Gestilar to the environment is clear in this project, which has been designed in such a way as to minimise its impact on the environment, including elements of bioclimatic architecture adapted to the environment and with a focus on greater energy efficiency and thermal well-being that allow us to make the most of the local climate and reduce its environmental footprint and environmental impact. Thus, there has been a focus on the use of renewable energies and natural resources, in keeping with our philosophy and commitment.
The architectural project for the exclusive homes in Isla de Ízaro has been developed by TOUZA ARQUITECTOS, one of the foremost firms in residential architecture in Spain. Found in 1975 by architect and town planner Julio Touza Rodríguez, TOUZA ARQUITECTOS has more than 40 years’ experience in more than 2,000 projects of various types, with the more than 20,000 homes planned over this time being of special note.
The exclusive Isla de Ízaro property development is located in the district of Fuencarral-El Pardo, between Puerta de Hierro, El Barrio del Pilar and La Dehesa de la Villa in Valle de Mena. It is located in a beautiful consolidated area that has also seen a sharp increase in value since the opening of the Sor Ángela de la Cruz tunnel, which connects the Paseo de la Castellana area with Puerta de Hierro and the M-30 through Calle Valle de Mena. Furthermore, the development is located close to the Antonio Machado metro station (Line 7).
Works prior to the implementation of the project on the ground. These range from clearing the ground to prior excavations required in order to lay the foundation
Foundation and structure
These are the elements that will bear the load of the building. The structure transfers this load to the foundation, which in turn distributes it across the ground
All works designed to put the enclosure of the building in place. The structure transfers this load to the foundation, which in turn distributes it across the ground
All networks and equipment that provide the building with the necessary electricity, water, gas, telecommunications and other services