EDIT; If I has a lots of money, I would buy a Casimi, even though my playing would disgrace it.
A second hand Casimi (CP - Parlour size) could *just* be in your price range. I've had the pleasure of playing one, it was the sweetest classical I've laid hands on yet - I'd have that over all four of my nylon's. That one was sold before I could make my teeny mind up (@ 10k), saw another recently at 12k...*sigh* G.A.S
I have a thing against full size classical guitars (52mm width @ nut) and the typically chunky neck profile. Also the full size body is a bit big for me to play comfortably for extended periods (at the height of fakemenco lessons I was practicing 2-3 hrs/day).
I had a sweet sounding CG170SA (Ex Kiera) that was just painful to play for > 1hr. I've now got a 7/8 size Ricardo Montes CX-21 (slightly bigger than the Casimi parlour) that I can play all day - narrower nut, smaller body, super comfy but -unfortunately- crappy sound
My preference for comfort steered me away from full size guitars (Yahama CG, Alahambra, etc...). I looked at the Yahama NTX (Gabriella Y Rodrigo), comfy but sounds thin unplugged. Cort CEC's (radius'ed fretboard - quasi steel string feel), but the radius'ed fretboard on this didn't not work for me and the unplugged sound was sterile.
I *almost* got a Alvarez 65 Hybrid. Had a good balance of plugged in and acoustic sound, was pretty comfy and the radius on fretboard was subtle. I liked it, but the preamp options were limited at the time and the dealer didn't want to swop out the 2014 preamp for the 2015 preamp - so I carried on looking.
Then I finally found the Casimi CP parlour - I havn't played anything that compares (yet).