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PROPERTY FEATURES
Asking price
€ 4.500.000
Size
612 m2

Barcelona, Spain

PROPERTY FEATURES
Asking price
€ 4.500.000
Size
612 m2
Property Description
It is a four-family detached house with a pool surrounded by a garden. In one of the most coveted locations in the area for its proximity to the Paseo de la Bonanova but at the same time it breathes absolute tranquility.
From the street we access the garden area that takes us through a tiled path to the house, imposing, with a staircase that leads us to the access of the house through a pleasant porch.
Ground floor with an area of ​​212 m. with hall, library, living room, dining room, office, kitchen and water room. From there we can go down to the basement with an area of ​​220 m. with gym garage, cellar-barbecue, storage room, sauna, bathroom and dining room.
On the first floor we have the room area with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Two of the rooms with dressing room and from there we access the last floor, attic where we find two offices, two studios, and a bathroom.

All the residences are exterior.
The house has an elevator that connects all floors.
It is also equipped with solar panels that make it sustainable.

Sant Gervasi-la Bonanova is a basically residential neighborhood, full of farms and elegant restaurants, which are the current reflection of its history. The old municipality was a sparsely populated territory with no industry or important companies. This fact and the proximity to the Collserola mountain range facilitated that during the 19th century it was filled with second homes of the wealthy Barcelona society.

In addition to the stately buildings and small green areas, the neighborhood is characterized by the large number of schools. It is common to find boys and girls playing in the squares and getting off the buses on any given afternoon, and in the nucleus there are centers such as the Pia de Sarrià School, the Jesús-Maria School and La Salle Bonanova (a neo-Gothic construction), in addition to the universities Abat Oliva and Ramon Llull.
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