Asking price
€ 640.000
100 m2

Barcelona, Spain

Property Description
Beautifully renovated flat in a regal property located in the heart of Barcelona. With a privileged location in Ronda de Sant Pere close to Plaça Urquinaona.

This property has been completely refurbished with great taste and achieving a very practical and comfortable distribution. As soon as we enter we find a wide hall that gives way to the day area and the night area which are very well differentiated.

The kitchen is independent and fully equipped with new and efficient appliances that will make your day to day easier. In front of it there is a single bedroom or a room ideal for an office.

The spacious 35m2 living room is very bright and totally exterior, as well as having two small balconies typical of the Eixample of Barcelona to enjoy the outside.

The main bedroom of 17m2 is at the back of the flat and has an en-suite bathroom with shower. You have the possibility of placing a third double bedroom just by putting a partition in the living room. Look at the photos with this very practical option.

In addition, the property has another complete bathroom with bathtub.

It has a storage room or studio of 6.5m2 on the upper floor.

The location of this property is ideal as it is surrounded by all the services, restaurants, theatres and fashionable places. It enjoys excellent connections with all types of public transport such as metro, trains, city and intercity buses and the airport.

It is 10 minutes from the Parc de la Ciutadella, a few steps from Plaça Catalunya, the Casc Antic of the city and Paseo de Gracia.

Come and see it!

Modern Barcelona was born in L'Eixample, designed by the engineer and town planner to whom it owes its magical and unique drawing: Ildefons Cerdà. With his urban plan, Cerdà designed an egalitarian city, where some neighbourhoods are no different from others and public services are distributed evenly throughout the city.

The district is the result of one of the most splendid moments in the city's history, when it was definitively configured as the driving force of contemporary Catalonia and broke with the medieval past by demolishing the walls. L'Eixample was built during the years of Catalonia's industrialisation, at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. The central part, the Dreta de l'Eixample, was the neighbourhood of the bourgeoisie who introduced their own style, Modernisme, into their home.
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