Individual homes in Madrid (4)


This is no longer a pre-civil war design, but rather one from the sixties. Madrid was still a rising capital in a southern Europe country that was far from buoyant, but a minority was already able to look for a home in a peripheral setting to be accessed by car. So this is no longer inspired by social housing laws, being rather an affluent suburb that had learned, if not from Vegas, at least from Uncle Sam…

This being a large development, many of the lots were built in subsequent years.

Lot area is substantially larger, on average, when compared to precedent examples.

There are some offices, but homes are still most of the built surface.

Covered garages are common, but they are not present in all lots. Lot area allows for easy parking on gardens.

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