This luxury villa in Barcelona is located in the heart of Barcelona, right next to Sagrada Familia in the modernist district of Eixample. There you can find restaurants, shops, museums, cafes and bars on every corner. Moreover, the location of the villa is on a semi-pedestrian street with no traffic which means that you can enjoy your peace in the heart of Modernist Barcelona. This luxury villa combines very rare characteristics for the city of Barcelona. It is luxurious, it is enormous, in a central location, with a private garden and pool.
About the Villa
The villa 183m2 built area plus 76m2 garden with a private pool where you can relax in the warm days that Barcelona can offer! You can also enjoy the 2 solariums with a size of 25m2 each.
The house is distributed in 3 floors:
The ground floor has a size of 52m2, where you can find the living room, which has a spectacular height of 4.30 meters, with an open kitchen and a bathroom. From the living room you have direct access to a 76m2 garden with private pool at the same level.
The first floor of the villa has a size of 61m2 and it has 3 bedrooms. This floor is a suite with dressing room, 2 bedrooms, 1 master bedroom, 2 bathrooms and a terrace
The lower floor of 60 m2, with a spacious multi-functional room with natural light, suitable as a guest room, office, games or music room, gym, cinema, etc.
Finally, the rooftop of 60 m2, with a covered area of 10 m2, ideal for a storage room. There are also 2 terraces, which can be used as solarium or urban garden (25 m2 each).
The price of the villa is 1,050,000 euros excluding a parking space. However, for a 35,000 euros a garage with an elevator can be installed to your villa and make it even more unique and futuristic!
The Neighborhood of Eixample
Eixample, which can be literally translated from Catalan as “extension” for being the newest part of the city, 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 arranging of the whole area is on a grid and each buildings block has an internal patio. This means that it is very difficult to get lost in the Eixample. It also makes it easy to find your favorite shops.
The Eixample area is famous for being home to most of Barcelona’s art nouveau masterpieces, the many shops and because it is a high class residential. It´s a great place to live in, always full of life and things to do.