This Fantastic Corner 3 bed 2 Bath Refurbished Apartment in Barcelona enjoys an unbeatable location steps from the Port Vell on one of the main emblematic city´s streets – Via Laietana. The property is very well connected to the rest of the city by various metro and bus lines; city´s main sights and attractions.
This unique project will consist of 16 apartments located in a 4 storey building including Principal with 3 apartments per floor and one penthouse on the roof of the building with a private terrace. The developer will carry out a complete rehabilitation of the building conserving its beautiful 19th century facade.
The apartment advertised is located on the first floor of the building and enjoys a total surface area of 133m2. This unique property features 2 double bedrooms, one of them en suite, another individual bedroom, 2 bathrooms, an open style kitchen and a living/dining area room of 39m2 with lots of light during the whole day. This magnificent corner flat also enjoys an emblematic gallery with rounded windows overlooking the Via Laietana street. The developer will blend old historical features with modern amenities such as: air conditioning, heating, double glazed windows, fully equipped bathrooms and kitchens. The building will also have a new lift.
Delivery: First quarter 2018
The area of Ciutat Vella
Ciutat Vella is divided into 3 large areas separated by the 2 dividing lines that are the Via Layetana and Las Ramblas: the Gothic Quarter, located in the middle, the Barrio del Raval on the other side of the Ramblas, and the Ribera neighborhood , which includes those of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and El Borne crossing the Via Layetana. The district of Ciutat Vella also includes the district of Barceloneta.
The institutional heart of the city – the City Council and the government of Catalonia – is in the Gothic, its oldest part, which was the Roman city. Also in the Gothic we find most medieval monuments. In Gothic there is also the most important commercial axis of Ciutat Vella that goes from Portal de l’Angel to the street Portaferrissa.
Paseo de las Ramblas, where one of the walls surrounding the city was since the XIII century, separates the district of the Raval from the Gothic. The Ramblas connect, in turn, Plaza de Catalunya with the sea. The extensive Plaza de Catalunya is a junction of the Ciutat Vella with the new city, called the Eixample or Ensanche. At the end of the Ramblas we find the sea and the port and a huge shopping mall – the Maremagnum.