This Beautiful 2 Bed Apartment with Private Terrace in Barcelona belongs to a new project in the heart of the city between the Old Town and the Eixample districts. The developer carries out complete rehabilitation of a modernist building that dates back 1903 delivering great modern apartments with nice old features. The project is truly unique: there are two spacious communal areas for residents, each one with a swimming pool and a chill-out area. The apartment itself also has its own private terrace of 41m2. Imagine having a modern home with outside space in the heart of Barcelona!
This unit in question is located on the first floor of the building (actual second) and enjoys a total surface area of 63m2 plus 41m2 of the private terrace. This beautiful apartment enjoys garden views and is equipped with high-quality appliances. There are two double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and fully equipped bathrooms, a spacious living room with an open style kitchen. Distribution of the flat is very well-thought: once you enter, you’ll see a spacious living room with a direct access to a spacious private terrace. On the right from the living room there is a double bedroom with its own bathroom. Following the corridor, you’ll pass by a semi-open fully equipped kitchen, and arrive to the second room with another bathroom on the left.
The Area of Sant Antoni
The neighborhood of Sant Antoni is a neighborhood of the Eixample district, articulated around the Mercat de Sant Antoni, delimited by the Ronda de Sant Pau, the Ronda de Sant Antoni, the Avinguda del Paral.lel and the Gran Via de Les Corts Catalanes. Like the other neighborhoods of the Eixample the neighborhood follows the urban planning of the Plan Cerdà, with wide streets and blocks of houses in grid.
It is a very central neighborhood with good bus connections and metro lines L1, L2 and L3 (stations: Sant Antoni, Rocafort, Poble Sec, Universitat and Urgell). It is a commercial district with great amenities good services. Today the famous Sant Antoni market located in the area is still one of the largest in Barcelona and enjoys a great commercial activity; on Sundays it is often transformed into a market for books and collector’s products.