The apartment consists of 110 m2, distributed in 2 rooms, one of them en suite, 2 bathrooms and an integrated kitchen equipped with excellent quality appliances. Balcony to the street and terrace.The interior of the apartment is completely new, renovated and furnished with top quality finishes and equipment, functional design and a very pleasant atmosphere, preserving certain details of origin, which have undergone the corresponding process of restoration and care. Such as its Catalan vaulted ceilings and reclaimed woods and its exposed brick walls. The high quality parquet flooring in all rooms and bathrooms is porcelain floor. The windows have external thermal insulation, and the lighting system, as well as the electrical appliances, are of low consumption. The house has air conditioning in the main rooms. It is located in a well-preserved centenary building with elevator that has been completely renovated in its entirety and is ready to move into. The apartment is delivered furnished and ready to move into.
The apartment is located in the Sagrada Familia, in the Ensache district, a neighborhood named after Gaudí's most prestigious monument and one of the most visited in Spain, known throughout the world. It is a fairly quiet residential area, with a typical Eixample structure, but with a constant coming and going of tourists. It has other modernist monuments such as the Hospital Sant Pau and beautiful parks to relax.The residential streets are very quiet. It is one of the typical L’Eixample neighborhoods, characterized by its wide grid-shaped streets.If you are looking for a quiet and central place, but without being overwhelming, with great artistic and commercial attractions, as well as good communication by public transport, this is your ideal neighborhood. Without a doubt, it is one of the most pleasant residential places in the city.In the center of the neighborhood is the world famous temple of Gaudí's Sagrada Familia. It is the most important architectural work of Catalan modernism. Three million people visit the Sagrada Familia a year. It is the place that attracts the largest number of tourists in Spain. The construction of the work began in 1882 with the architect Francesc de Paula Villar and it was not until 1884 that Gaudí took it over until 1926 when he was run over by a tram. Work continued in 1950 and is still under construction. The work is expected to be completed in the next 20 years.