Renovated 4 bed apartment in Born
This wonderful fully refurbished apartment in Born is part of a full building renovation project. The historical building has been built in the late nineteenth century and has been fully refurbished in 2019. The apartment is measuring 118m2 and is located on the second floor.
The distribution of the apartment is as follows: as we walk into this beautifully renovated property property we find the day area consisting of a dining room with a fully equipped open-styled kitchen. Next to this area we find a spacious living room and a study room in the corner on the right. Both of these rooms enjoy a window that can be opened facing the street. Beyond this area we find the night section of the apartment. In the left corner there are 2 double bedrooms and one bathroom on the right side. Both rooms have access to a window that opens into a patio. In the left corner of the property we find a double bedroom that enjoys an en-suite bathroom. Also this room has a window to the patio.
Historical elements of the building have been recovered and preserved such as the black painted industrial style pillars that can be found throughout the apartment. The maintenance of some original features makes the apartment look fancy. Besides, the developer placed a brand-new elevator in the building that brings you to your new home.
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The neighborhood of Born
El Born district is one of the Barcelona’s most oldest and trendiest areas that is within a 5 minutes walking distance from the Mercer Hotel. The area is characterized by narrow medieval streets offering designer boutiques and cafes by day, and cocktail bars and samba at night. It is also home to many monuments,museums, galleries, restaurants and shops. Originally, this was a sailor and craftsman neighborhood of humble families settled outside the Barcelona’s wall. The neighborhood became the city economic center until the 15th century. The ‘Santa María del Mar’ basilica construction (14th century) consolidates the Born identity.