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Poble Sec Modernist Building – 11 Refurbished Luxury Apartments

Posted by Urbane International on May 6, 2021

Stunning Luxury Apartments in Poble Sec For Sale

Prices from €335,000

Poble Sec used to be where the wealthy citizens of Barcelona lived before Eixample was built. This legacy is beautifully visible in many of the buildings in Poble Sec and this building in Carrer de Murrillo is no exception.

Open the Door to Something Different

The building dates from 1936 and was built in a modernist style. It has the well known Catalan “vaulted” ceiling, which consists of a gently curving brick ceiling with wooden or sometimes metal centrepieces.

With 6 floors and two apartments on each floor, we present an opportunity to choose a new apartment in an old framework. History will be the backdrop of your new journey into Barcelona but contemporary quality, finish and technology will also be present. Each apartment comes with a modern Smart Home system giving you control of your home from anywhere in the world.

Many people come to Barcelona seeking that one property that stands above the rest. An investment. A home. A pied-à.tierre in one of Europe’s most vibrant cities – the choice is yours.

Unstoppable Poble Sec

Poble Sec is different. It’s timeless but always changing. Rooted but restless. Diverse but with a definite character. Above all it is alive. Walk among its narrow streets and you’ll enter a kaleidoscopic world of culture, community and cuisine. Tapas bars teem with happy families and couples enjoying classic snacks at bargain prices. Diners raise toasts in starred restaurants before going to the theatre. The warm evening air is filled with distant music from venues of all sizes. Forget supermarkets and chains: Poble Sec shopping means small, local stores where you’re welcomed with a smile. On Poble Sec’s edge, the green hill of Montjuïc rises to define the skyline. It is one of Barcelona’s greatest parks, dotted with iconic buildings and some of Spain’s most important museums. Breathe in the air, look down on the city, and decide what to enjoy next. The possibilities are unlimited.


• Flooring: ceramic tiles
• Illumination: indirect light and lamps.
• Elevator
• Terrazo staircase
• Walls painted in white and/or panelled wood
• Entrance door with door
• Video intercom

• Recuperated and restored facades, according to guidelines from the Patrimony
Council of Barcelona City Hall.
• Balconies with painted steel handrails.


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•Base units and wall units with melamine finish
• Natural Stone or porcelain countertops.
• Stainless steel sink.
• Fully fitted kitchen with SIEMENS appliances


• Interior wooden parquet
• Wooden skirting board
• Balcony flooring in terracotta tiles



• Porcelain floor tiles
• Wall tiles: Ceramic
• Vanity unit and basin.
• Mixer tap:
• Shower fitting with thermostat
• Ceramic WC Duravit or similar..
• Shower Base
• Electric Towel heater


• Exposed wood beams (Where possible)
• Suspended ceiling (Kitchen bathrooms and corridors)
• Wall painted white


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