Asking price
€ 1.590.000
264 m2

, Barcelona, Spain

Property Description
This penthouse located in Plaza Molina, facing southeast, has been conceived as a place to enjoy a high quality of life with incredible views of the sea and the city of Barcelona. This square is full of small shops, cafes and terraces that are full of life and movement and that invite you to sit down and enjoy an aperitif in the sun.
It has a total area of ​​264m plus a 25m terrace on the ground floor and another 239m upper terrace with 360º views of the city.
Being a single registry entity, the property is currently distributed in two apartments. Leaving the elevator going to the left, we find an apartment of about 80m composed of a large living room with kitchen and a suite with dressing room and bathroom. With views of the sea and city.
Going to the right, we enter the main house, through the fantastic distributor with access to a terrace. We enter the luminous living space,
The spacious and spectacular dining room is the center of the house. Its large windows open onto the large terrace with panoramic views.
It has 1 large bedroom suite with exterior bathroom. A second bedroom with another bathroom and the kitchen.
Ideal to be able to redistribute the house and turn it into a home to the taste of each one.
The terrace on the ground floor gives us access to a large terrace-solarium that invites us during the day to rest and relax in the sun and at sunset to unparalleled sunsets giving way to the enjoyment of dinners and evenings under the stars with the city at your feet. .
In short, an excellent quality of life, unbeatable communications and a wide range of services make the area the perfect place for those who wish to establish their habitual residence in the city centre.
The penthouse has a parking space.

The neighborhood of Sant Gervasi-Galvany occupies the lower part of the old district of Sant Gervasi, between Diagonal and Ronda del Mig. The name of Galvany became popular when it was adopted by the municipal market in the area, recovering that of the former owner of the surrounding land, Josep Castelló y Galvany. The urbanization of Camp d'en Galvany began in 1866. It was some land next to the Turó Park amusement park, later converted into gardens in 1934, following a project by Rubió and Tudurí from 1917.
This garden, together with that of Monterols and the small park of Moragues, are the green islands of a neighborhood with a strong residential character, combined with important commercial and tertiary activity, especially in the sector closest to Diagonal and on the axis portrait of Muntaner street.
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