This spoiled little green space was a luxury of the powerful residents of the palace and is now a jewel of Madrid. It was created to 1750 and is one of the few noble XVIII gardens preserved . Its design , as we know it today , was the work of Javier de Winthuysen in 1920 , painter and designer of important gardens throughout Spain as the Moncloa in Madrid, or the palm grove of Elche. The last restoration is 2002 and is the work of landscape Serried.