Houses for sale at the price of the rich in the poorest neighborhood of Madrid
When Bilbo García-Conde de los Ríos looks out onto his roof — with its own charming turquoise pool, full of vegetation that provides shade and avoids peepers — he sees several things. On the one hand, two small car workshops; on the other, the houses of Pepe and Manolo, neighbors who at some point built one more floor in their homes. It is possible that one day he will see the former occupant of his ground floor pass by, a man who when they kicked him out moved 50 meters away and "goes with a little bicycle and a trailer taking everything he catches." He was, he says, a problematic occupant because he accumulated a lot of filth and by tapping the light he could cause misfortunes, which is why the rest of the neighborhood was glad of his expulsion when he arrived. "They said: thank goodness, because we were afraid it would catch fire," he adds.