Price € 490,000 | 2 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | 87 m2
This Beautiful Central 2 Bedroom Apartment with Terrace in Old Town is located steps from the main street of Barcelona – La Rambla in the heart of the Gothic Quarter. This charming part of the city with its medieval walls, narrow stone streets and local craftsmen shops provides a glimpse of the mix that is the old and new Barcelona. Withing a walking distance you will find the famous Basilica de Santa Maria del Pi, Plaza Sant Jaume, Via Laietana and Port Vell, the oldest port of Barcelona, with its lively promenade.
This beautiful apartment enjoys a total surface area of 87m2 and features 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a spacious living rooms with an open styled fully equipped kitchen, and a small private terrace. It is located on the third floor (actual fourth) with a lift. The apartment has been renovated using high quality construction materials and is being rented out for 1750EUR/month. Unique investment opportunity with rental return from day 1!
As soon as you enter this Beautiful Central 2 Bedroom Apartment with Terrace in Old Town, you realize how spacious it is! There are two double bedrooms, one bathroom, a beautiful living room with an open style fully equipped kitchen and direct access to the terrace. The apartment enjoys air conditioning, heating and features many traditional details such as traditional floor tiles, vaulted Catalan ceiling and others.
The Old Town of Barcelona
The very first district of Barcelona arose from the walled enclosure that surrounded the old city. It is what is known as Ciutat Vella, a fascinating network of streets and squares through which you can go through the history of Barcelona. Ciutat Vella brings together four neighborhoods, each of which is of prime importance in the construction of Barcelona and has become a pilgrimage route for any visitor: the Gòtic, which is the oldest urban nucleus of our city; Sant Pere, Santa Caterina, Born and Ribera – the medieval quarter; The Raval, the nucleus that was articulated around the rural roads outside the wall; And Barceloneta, a seafaring neighborhood next to the port that was built in the mid-eighteenth century under the watchful eye of the Citadel, the military fortress built to repress Barcelona after the revolt of 1714.
In spite of its name, Ciutat Vella is one of the most modern and lively districts of Barcelona. In Ciutat Vella you can follow the footsteps of the ancient Romans, pray in Gothic temples that aspire to touch the sky, stroll through palaces that the Indians built for their mistresses, follow the trail of the great modernist architects or enjoy the cultural offer of the modern Barcelona in Raval.
Here you will find anything you need – local and international shops, grocery stores, multiple restaurants, bars, small squares . It is a very central and indeed great place to live and to stay when in Barcelona.