This beautiful 2-bedroom apartment with private terrace in Barcelona is part of a new project in the heart of the city between the old town and the Eixample district. The developer is carrying out the complete renovation of a modernist building dating from 1903, offering large modern apartments with attractive old elements. The project is truly unique: residents will benefit from two spacious common areas, each with a swimming pool and a leisure area. The apartment itself also has its own private terrace of 41m2. Imagine owning a modern apartment with an outdoor space in the heart of Barcelona!
The apartment presented here is located on the first floor of the building and has a total area of 63m2 plus 41m2 of the private terrace. This beautiful apartment has a view of the garden and is equipped with high quality household appliances. There are two double bedrooms with cupboards and fully equipped bathrooms, a spacious living room with open kitchen. The layout of the apartment is very well thought out: when you enter, you will find a spacious lounge with direct access to a large private terrace. To the right of the living room is a double bedroom with its own bathroom. Along the corridor, you will pass through a fully equipped semi-open kitchen, and arrive at the second bedroom with another bathroom on the left.
The district of Sant Antoni
The district of Sant Antoni is part of the Eixample district, articulated around the Mercat de Sant Antoni, bounded 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 districts of the Eixample, it follows the urban planning of the Cerdà Plan, with its wide streets and buildings built according to a grid layout.
It is a very central district with good connections to buses and metro lines L1, L2 and L3 (stations: Sant Antoni, Rocafort, Poble Sec, Universitat and Urgell). It is a commercial district with good services. Today, the famous Sant Antoni market, located in the district, is still one of the most important in Barcelona and enjoys a high level of commercial activity; on Sundays it is often transformed into a market for books and collectibles.