2 Bed Apartment in Old Town
The opportunity to live in such a beautifully renovated 2 bed apartment in Old Town Barcelona is a very unique one. The property is measuring 65m2 and is located in a vibrant area that is within a short walking distance from the port and the beach. Besides, this area has many popular surrounding neighbourhoods like Poble Sec, Gothic and Eixample which makes this location very central. Furthermore, the Old Town itself embraces multiculturalism and has a commitment to cultural spaces.
The apartment is located on the fourth floor and it´s distribution can be divided into a ‘night’ and a ‘day’ section. On entering the property we find the night area on our right hand side featuring two double bedrooms next to each other. One of the bedrooms enjoys a balcony while the other enjoys a spacious window that opens facing the street. Besides, both rooms are equipped with open wardrobes and drawers. The bathroom is situated on the opposite side of this section, next to the front door. Once walking further into the apartment, around the corner of the night section, we find a short hallway with a washing machine. This area is connected to the day section featuring an open-styled kitchen which is fully installed with integrated fridge-freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob and extractor. Moreover, this section features a spacious dining and living area.
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The Old Town District
Ciutat Vella (old town in Catalan) is a district composed of 4 districts. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea in the southernmost part of the city and by Plaza Catalunya, Plaza Universidad and Plaza Urquinaona in the north. Ciutat Vella, in addition to being an architectural showcase with an impressive historical and cultural heritage, is one of the main restaurant and bar areas in the city of Barcelona. There are many alternative shops with their bohemian atmosphere which, together with the richness of the cultural offer, make the Ciutat Vella district one of Barcelona’s main attractions.
Barcelona’s old city is divided into four main areas. On one side is the Raval, a district with a rich multicultural environment and a strong commitment to cultural spaces. You also have the Gothic Quarter with its particular architecture and magnificent shopping streets. The third is the district of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera, where Borne is located, a very bohemian part of the district, and then Barceloneta, an urban beach where you will find the best fish restaurants in Barcelona.