This beautifully renovated 3 bed apartment is located in the Eixample Dreta, right next to the Passeig Sant Joan. This property enjoys a spectacular location, in a 5-minute walk from Arc de Triomf and also very close to the Ciutadella Park. The center of the city is also very close: Plaça Catalunya in a 10-minute walk, as well as the famous Passeig de Gràcia. The property is surrounded by bars, restaurants and any kind of shop you may need. It also has a privileged connectivity to other parts of the city through different metro and bus lines.
The property is located in a classical building, in the mezzanine level, between the ground floor and the first floor. The apartment has a living surface of 85m2 and is distributed in a living/dinning room with the open kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an interior patio and a storage room.
When you enter to the apartment, you will find yourself in a small hall. On the left, there is the night area and on the right the day area. If we go to the day area, we will find the luminous living/dinning room with the brand new open kitchen. The kitchen is completely equipped with washing machine, oven, microwave and fridge. The apartment has parquet floors, built-in wardrobes, air conditioning and glazing with acoustic-thermal insulation.
If we go to the night area, we will find the hall with the first bathroom, followed by one bedroom. Then, we find another individual bedroom and the main bedroom. The main bedroom has its own bathroom en suite. Both bedrooms have access to a 6m2 interior patio that has also a storage room.
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Area of Eixample
Eixample, which can be literally translated from Catalan as “extension” for being the newest part of the city. It is a large area north of Plaça Catalunya to the left and Passeig de Gràcia to the right. In fact, this place is an extension of the city that benefited greatly thanks to the ingenious urban planning that was in the hands of the Catalan engineer Cerdá during the 1850s. Cerdá had weakness for straight lines, which is why the whole area is arranged on a grid and each buildings block has an internal patio. This means that it is very difficult to get lost in the Eixample and, as a result, very easy to find places.
Today, the Eixample is famous for being home to most of Barcelona’s art nouveau masterpieces. And because it is a high class residential area with many shops and some of the best city’s restaurants. Indeed, it’s a great place to live in, always full of life and things to do.