This renovated 2 bedroom apartment with a terrace for sale in Eixample Esquerra is part of a newly refurbished modernist building in Carrer Diputació. The property has a living surface of 148,65m2 and a spectacular 41,72m2 terrace. It is located next to Plaça Universitat and very close to Passeig de Gràcia and Plaça Catalunya. Right in the city centre with all the services that you will need but away from the typical bustle of this zone.
This renovated 2 bedroom apartment with a terrace in Eixample esquerra on the principal floor has 3 bathrooms. It is part of the renovation of the entire building which has 4 apartments available for sale. The building has also a communal terrace on the rooftop. The design of this refurbishment project is in charge of the designer Jaime Beriestain, with his characteristic jazzy and elegant style.
When you enter the property there is a hall with built-in cabinets. This space serves as the passing area between the dining/living room and the kitchen. The living/dining room has a large balcony with views of the Carrer Diputació. The kitchen has all the appliances needed and high-end finishes.
The hall also leads to the principal corridor that leads to the courtesy bathroom on the right, a laundry closet and two double bedrooms. The first bedroom has a bathroom en suite and built-in cabinets. The second bedroom, which is the principal one, also has a spacious bathroom en suite. The bedroom leads to an interior gallery with access to the 41m2 terrace.
This project will be finished in November 2020. All of the apartments are available so don’t miss the opportunity to choose your favourite!
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The Neighborhood of Eixample
Eixample, which can be literally translated from Catalan as “extension” for being the newest part of the city. It is a large area north of Plaça Catalunya to the left and Passeig de Gràcia to the right. In fact, this place is an extension of the city that benefited greatly thanks to the ingenious urban planning that was in the hands of the Catalan engineer Cerdá during the 1850s. Cerdá had a weakness for straight lines, which is why the whole area is arranged on a grid and each buildings block has an internal patio. This means that it is very difficult to get lost in the Eixample and, as a result, very easy to find places.
Today, the Eixample is famous for being home to most of Barcelona’s art nouveau masterpieces. And because it is a high-class residential area with many shops and some of the best city´s restaurants. Indeed, it´s a great place to live in, always full of life and things to do.