This spectacular modernist apartment for sale is located right in the center of the city, on the left side of the Eixample. The location is spectacular, a two-minute walk from Rambla de Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia and very close to Plaza Catalunya. Its central location allows you to enjoy all the possibilities that the city offers, as well as excellent communications by public transport.
This modernist apartment for sale in Eixample is located on the Principal (first) floor of a building dating from 1910. The house has a living area of 221m2 and is distributed in four bedrooms, two bathrooms, the kitchen, the laundry room, two living rooms, two offices, two interior patios, an interior gallery, two terraces and a balcony.
This house is sold in original condition with modernist elements. It preserves the ceilings with coffered moldings perfectly, the fireplace made of original marble, the hydraulic floors, the interior and exterior woodwork and the leaded windows.
When you enter this property, you will find yourself in a spacious distributor. The door on the left leads to the area that overlooks the street. There, we find a living room and an office that overlook the balcony, and a room that overlooks the first interior patio. If we return to the hall, on the right, we first find a room that has access to the interior patio. Then, there is another room that has a mezzanine with another office and a bathroom. Next, there is the second bathroom, another interior patio and the fourth room. We arrive to the kitchen area, which has access to the laundry room and a terrace that overlooks the tranquility of the inner courtyard of the block. Finally, we have the second room that leads to an interior gallery and the second terrace that overlooks the interior of the block.
Don’t waste this opportunity to live in the perfect modernist apartment!
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The Area of Eixample Esquerra
Eixample is one of the most upbeat parts of Barcelona, with a truly cosmopolitan lifestyle while still retaining traces of the traditional Catalan culture. Most of the nightlife of Barcelona is concentrated here. The restaurants in the area are famous world wide with a great selection to choose from. The history of the area is rich and filled with artistry. Eixample is surely the place to go!
In this neighborhood you will find the Mercat de Sant Antoni, that was designed by Antoni Rovira i Trias in 1882. Welcoming us inside, above the main entrance, is the Barcelona coat of arms, crowned by a bat, and a plaque showing the year the market was built. The metal structure, so typical of the markets built at the time, spans an interior that covers an entire block in Cerdà’s Eixample district: an area large enough to contain the stalls that supply the neighborhood of Sant Antoni. Sant Antoni is perfect for anyone who wants to stay around the city centre but without the restless nights that usually entails. If you’re looking for a lively time though, you don’t have to look far, because you can simply walk to a neighboring area, like Raval or the northern part of Eixample, where you’ll find lots of exciting places to spend the night. The zone is full of life, yet at the same time simple.