This spectacular new build penthouse with private terrace in Barcelona is located in the heart of the Eixample district of Barcelona, in a so-called Quadrat d’Or or Golden Quarter of Barcelona. The location of the building is unbeatable – steps from the famous Paseo de Gracia boulevard, Gaudi houses and numerous bars and some of the best restaurants of Barcelona.
The penthouse will be situated on the top of a building built in the year 1875; there are currently 5 floors and the penthouse dominates the corner of the building, giving incredible views from these famous rounded off corners the Eixample buildings have. Known as “Chaflans”. The apartment itself is nearly 110m2 and the terrace alone is 66m2.
Being a corner unit means it benefits from the best kind of layout with very little lost space. The lounge dining area is 48m2 with an open kitchen. Imagine entertaining with guests and having a view from almost every angle of the room. Then you take dinner outside where you have plenty of space in the 66m2 terrace to establish a dining area, chill out area and a drinks area. The terrace structure will also be reinforced in case you wish to add a jacuzzi like we have in the renders (Not included in the price).
This penthouse is part of a renovation and addition to the upper part of an historic building. Originally built in 1875 this will be a carefully executed increase of space to the upper part of the building as well as the complete rehabilitation of the building including the instalation of a brand new lift. There will be two new floors which follow the original architectural style of the building. This is now the last property in the building to be sold.
Enjoy the wonderful combination of a new build apartment with a charming Eixample building.
Construction is due to finish by September 30th.
The Area of Eixample
The Quadrat d’Or is the area of the Eixample district of Barcelona located around the Paseo de Gracia and delimited by Paseo de San Juan, and from the rounds of San Pedro and Diagonal Avenue in the upper part that is square shaped and welcomes a Rich architectural heritage. Located in the context of the bourgeois wealth in which the Ensanche grew, the Golden Square holds important exponents of Barcelona’s modernist Catalan architecture of the early 20th century.