This fully refurbished apartment is located in Ciutat Vella, Barcelona. The building is dating from 1850, fully restored and registered in the catalogue of architectural heritage of the city of Barcelona, an asset of architectural interest within the group of protected buildings of the old Roman wall of the old city of Barcelona.
This apartment is a unique home thanks to its history. In this patrimonial space, the wall and doors are made with Roman times details. There is only one of the pedestrian side door that is preserved and is part of the Patio de la Llimona building, along Vía Layetana. All the amenities can be found nearby this property. It is 2 minutes away from the shopping mall Maremágnum, Barceloneta and beaches.
Fully refurbished apartment, prepared with all the services to be exploited by renting rooms to students as an investment, or to be able to enjoy it while living there.
All rooms are equipped with ceiling fans, heating plates, USB chargers, fibre and lock key. This property is also safe to live as it has strengthened entrance door with second iron door and alarm. It consists of living-dining room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 balconies facing the street and hall. In total the area is 100,94m2 built.
Pending end of work certification and ITE file.
The Old Town District
Ciutat Vella (old town in Catalan) is a district composed of 4 districts. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea in the southernmost part of the city and by Plaza Catalunya, Plaza Universidad and Plaza Urquinaona in the north. Ciutat Vella, in addition to being an architectural showcase with an impressive historical and cultural heritage, is one of the main restaurant and bar areas in the city of Barcelona. There are many alternative shops with their bohemian atmosphere which, together with the richness of the cultural offer, make the Ciutat Vella district one of Barcelona’s main attractions.
Barcelona’s old city is divided into four main areas. On one side is the Raval, a district with a rich multicultural environment and a strong commitment to cultural spaces. You also have the Gothic Quarter with its particular architecture and magnificent shopping streets. The third is the district of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera, where Borne is located, a very bohemian part of the district, and then Barceloneta, an urban beach where you will find the best fish restaurants in Barcelona.