Located in an urban and calm neighborhood, this apartment offers you a living space adorned with natural light and optimal ventilation. With a sleek style that contrasts an open daytime area with a nighttime area, you can enjoy the Barcelona sunshine and relax in a modern and enjoyable environment. You will have the opportunity to take a breath of fresh air with a good cup of coffee while enjoying a shared terrace full or natural plants of 71m2 on the top floor or in the greatest tranquility around on dedicated balcony.
This apartment comes fully equipped with contemporary materials and great care is given to the smallest details for an optimization of the overall layout. The kitchen, decorated with beige tones and wooden ornaments, open to the convivial living room, will allow you to share good moments with your loved ones, while enjoying the natural warmth provided by the sun through the large windows around the coffee table.
The first room is a real cocoon of pleasure: the headboard in light gray tones, overlooking a king size bed adds a classy effect and reflects the light offered by the ceiling tall window opening onto a balcony with a beautiful wooden floor. The contrast between the golden color of the wood and the classic tones offered by the sober colors makes the room bright and gives rise to a perfect combination between the general atmosphere and the quite elegant furniture. The bathroom, equipped with a huge Italian shower and two black basins that contrast with the light reflected by the mirror will certainly offer you an oasis in which you can relax.
The second room, as bright as the first one, offers a sober design with a single bed set in the center of a wall adorned with storage boxes to optimize the space. Featuring a thick wooden desk and a more rustic chair, the room offers a perfect blend of classy and urban.
Harboured between the foothills of Montjuic and the port, Poble Sec is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Barcelona, as there are life traces here dating back from ancient Roman times. Lgend has it that Hercules lost one of his 9 ships in a storm and when he found it near the green hills of Montjuic, he became enchanted with the area. The area was baptised in the 19th century when the extension, Eixample, was designed. The name of the neighbourhood translates in Catalan to ‘’Dry Town’’ which was chosen due to the shortage of water supply back in the 20th century. Nowadays, Poble Sec shelters many wonderful places to see such as the Greek garden in Montjuic or the Joan Miro Foundation, where most of the artist’s work pieces can be found. Theatre lovers will certainly adore the area as it offers many theatres such as El Molino, Victoria or Condal, which preserve the history of Catalan drama and its spirit. There are various marvellous oasis of serenity throughout the neighbourhood and heading towards the port will be impossible to resist due to the irresistible warm breeze and sea perfume luring you in. Poble Sec offers various distinct types of restaurants, for all tastes, from local and traditional bodegas to international and modern options.