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  • Pablo Iglesias announced after the results of the elections of the Community of Madrid that he was leaving politics


  • The politician and Irene Montero bought in 2018 a villa in Galapagar that has starred in more than one controversy


  • At Divinity we offer you the photos of the interior of this 268-square-meter property

All the photos of Pablo Iglesias and Irene Montero’s house in Galapagar

Pablo Iglesias He communicated on Tuesday night his decision to step aside and leave all institutional positions in politics: “I leave politics, understood as party and institutional policy,” he announced in distress after the clamorous victory of Isabel Díaz Ayuso in the elections held in the Community of Madrid. A thoughtful and complicated decision for the leader of United We Can, who had the support of his fellow party members, who came out with him to support him in this historic moment for his training. Now, the political scientist will rest after an intense and controversial campaign in his famous Galapagar chalet, which we have accessed through a famous real estate portal and which we offer you in the video above this paragraph.

Pablo and Irene Montero, his partner and current minister of equality, left their homes in Rivas-Vaciamadrid and Vallecas three years ago to move to this spacious house before the imminent birth of their two twins. A property of 268 square meters, located in a location that borders the Cuenca Alta del Guadarrama Natural Park, which had at the time of purchase “three bedrooms, a living room with open kitchen, garden with orchard, private pool and guest house” between other of his stays, according to Idealista in one of its pages.

The keys to the house of Pablo Iglesias and Irene Montero, according to its previous owners

Home it was built 20 years ago, as revealed by the magazine ‘El mueble’, but its previous owners wanted it to “look like a lived-in house”, so they used a “rustic, colonial and classic” style. One of the tricks to achieve this effect was to use “demolition wood and recovered carpentry” in each of its corners. For example, in the kitchen furniture, made entirely of “old weaving brick”, “recovered handles” from an old factory belonging to the husband of the previous owner were used.

The owners of this farm were a couple without children and the chalet was designed exclusively for them, it was not planned for a large family like the one that Pablo and Irene have to come to live, as indicated by the aforementioned publication. But the politicians had enough space to reform it and make a third bedroom. And so they did a couple of years ago. The couple did garage work to create one more room and took the opportunity to build a brick barbecue, as reported by the newspaper ‘El Confidencial’.

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