Amazing Apartment For Rent With View To Sagrada Familia in Eixample
This amazing apartment for rent with views of Sagrada Familia is a renovated 3rd floor apartment in Eixample, at walking distance from the city center. It sports a total surface of 150 m2, distributed between 3 floors and 2 terraces.
On the first floor we find the kitchen (fully renovated and equipped with everything), that faces the living room and the first floor terrace. The living room area is very open, with big floor-to-ceiling windows that give access to one of the two terraces. Outside, we find a dining table and chill out area. There is also a guests bathroom.
On the second floor, we find the first on suite bedroom. The suite takes up the whole floor, with a private terrace and bathroom. It receives plenty of natural light almost all day long thanks to the big floor-to-ceiling windows. Both terraces have views of Sagrada Familia.
On the third floor we find the second on suite room. Again, it is very bright thanks to the big windows all over the room, and spacious thanks to the distribution of the furniture. It also has a private bathroom, and a small attic with a bed.
L’Eixample, which stretches between Gran Vía and Diagonal, is the district of the main promenades, such as Passeig de Gràcia, Rambla de Catalunya and Paseo de Sant Joan; of the most emblematic buildings, such as the Sagrada Familia; of the modernism route, with the Golden Square as the epicenter; and at the same time it is a residential and quiet district, with hidden gardens in island interiors, schools, squares and bars, where daily life goes by with a pleasant routine.
Divided into six neighborhoods, each one has, in spite of the similarity of the streets, its own character. The part of the Dreta de l’Eixample, which starts in Plaça de Catalunya – the essential point of union between medieval Barcelona and the new city -, is structured around the Passeig de Gràcia, and is the commercial district where the The rise of modernism was more reflected, with buildings such as Casa Batlló and Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera. Its tourist and commercial interest means that today it continues to be a central axis of the city.