This fantastic 328 m2 apartment occupies the second floor of a corner building in the Gothic area. Its current layout consists of 4 large double bedrooms 2 of which have full en-suite bathrooms and 3 spacious living - dining rooms. there is also a fireplace in one of the sitting rooms, a guest bathroom. The kitchen is very large and includes a separate pantry room which has been designed in an industrial style with a large island in the centre with a small patio.
The property boasts 9 balconies overlooking the broadest street in Gothic quarter Ample Street, It is rare to come across such a large apartment in this area of the city. It could potentially be divided into smaller apartments or kept as one huge and beautiful apartment. The current owner is an architect who cleverly designed the property in 2012. The property enjoys an enviable location, just a short stroll away from the cathedral and Plaça Sant Jaume as well as the trendy [amp;] luxurious Port Vell area. Located in a historical building dating back to year 1850.
In Barcelona's Gothic Quarter you can still find the remnants of the city's 2,000-year-old Roman history, including surviving sections of the Roman wall that date back to the 4th Century and preserved Roman underground ruins.
Situated in the heart of the city's romantic Old Town, the area is home to some of Barcelona's most prestigious buildings and cultural landmarks, including the city's Cathedral, a magnificent example of Catalan Gothic architecture.
The area is well connected via extensive train and bus networks and is also within walking distance of most of the city's major landmarks. Wander through the Gótico's labyrinth of cobblestone streets to Port Vell and its luxury marina, to the surrounding restaurants and tapas bars, or up the city's historical strip of Via Laietana to the major shopping boulevards of Rambla de Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia.