Set on one of the largest privately-owned plots in Barcelona, this luxury house offers spectacular 360-degree views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea. Designed by renowned architect Jerome Granell i Manresa in 1912, and restored by Javier Barba/BC Estudio Architects, maintaining many original stunning architectural features, including its façade, marble and mosaic tiled floors, high ceilings with mouldings, beautiful stained-glass windows, curved staircase and a roof of green Arabic tiles.
The property, Villa Paula is set on a plot of of 40.000m2 (4 hectare) with a house of 765m2 distributed over 4 floors and a tower, a guard/guest house separated from the main house by a corridor and a garage on the same level as the Vallvidrera road.
This masterpiece of architecture houses 8 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, a gym, children's playroom/cinema room, DeuLonder kitchen, SubZero, Wolf, Uline [amp;] Miele appliances with winter garden-breakfast room equipped with fridge, sink and wood pizza oven, fully equipped bathroom, wine cellar, spa area with sauna, steam room and cold shower, a reception room with fireplace and bay window overlooking the city, service ensuite bedroom, a conservatory, an Infinity pool with sun terraces with breathtaking views over the city and the sea beyond, a decking with impressive mature gardens, and a garage for 2 cars with plenty of storage space.
The property is located in the Collserola Natural Park at only 5 km to Barcelona City Centre and 20 minutes to Barcelona Airport.
The Parc de Collserola is Barcelona's great green “lung”, it spans 8,000-hectare natural area for cycling, birdwatching [amp;] historic sites, plus themed [amp;] guided walks.
Situated up in the heart of the Zona Alta area of Barcelona, Sarrià is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Barcelona's Zona Alta. Tucked in between Tres Torres and Pedralbes, Sarrià extends up towards Vallvidrera and is considered by many to be the heart of the Zona Alta.