Picture living in a renovated apartment in Gracia that is near the city center, away from the crowds, and easy access to major link road and city exits. Not only is this place surrounded by a huge amount of local sport clubs, but it’s also on a short walking distance to Gaudi’s park Güell.
This renovated apartment in Gracia enjoys a total surface area of 49 m2 and features 1 double bedroom, 1 bathroom and an open style kitchen blended with a spacious living/dining room. The living room has a direct access to a gorgeous garden of 23 m2 where thanks to the mediterranean climate you can enjoy your breakfast or dinner throughout the whole year.
This building has been completely renovated by one of the best developers in the city. It is located in upper Gràcia, a former village in the city of Barcelona. All the apartments in the building enjoy the height and space of a former factory that is located on a residential street. This renovated apartment combines leading-edge design of the highest quality with an authentic industrial heritage. The building’s dimension allow a private underground parking (included in the price). The place is designed to be distinctive and afterwards steal your heart. The existing industrial look and feel is elevated and enhanced with scrupulous design. Perfection is literally everywhere to be found, from the excellent parquet flooring, to the new state of art exterior carpentry. Its vast windows, created to illuminate work spaces, now bathe the living space in natural light. Smart-home technology will provide an enjoyable living environment. Comfort is permanently there from anywhere in the world.
The apartment is available from the 15th of October and has a minimum contract of 6 months. A two months’ deposit is required and an agency fee of 10% of the annual rate + VAT.
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With its narrow streets and leafy squares, Gracia has a village feel, and it was, in fact, an independent town until it was swallowed by the city in the late 1800s. Unlike the busy centre, it’s uncrowded—tour buses don’t make it out here, and it’s a very local area. The local population is a diverse mix of cool hipsters, young families, and the elderly. Traffic is minimal, so the neighbourhood feels quiet and relaxed, perfect for wandering.Garcia is a very alternative and artsy area. Gracia is known for its many affordable restaurants and bars. There’s a huge range available from a vegan bakery to Thai restaurants to traditional tapas bars. From Michelin-starred fine dining to friendly tapas bars where everybody knows your name.