New construction on the 3rd floor of a historic structure from 1900.
The location’s area is strategic, because it is in the Ciutat Vella district. The building’s facade dates back to the 16th century, and it has a historical appearance. It was where Cervantes lived at Barcelona.
Stones frames and exterior items are preserved, replacing only the aluminium carpentry to recover its historical state of 1945.
An impeccable renovation has been carried out with exceptional attention to detail, giving the apartments an excellent layout and modern layout, with spacious and bright spaces. It has many windows for plenty of natural light and ventilation.
The 104- by 103-foot apartment has a separate one-room suite, a double room, a single room, and 2 bathrooms.
The kitchen is equipped from ceiling to floor with premium appliances and accessories. The tile floors include high-grade three-layer natural oiled oak parquet.The bathrooms are finished on natural-fabric materials, micro cement, and integrated shower trays. All electrical, sanitation, water, telecommunications, and sealing fixtures have been updated and are state-of-the-art. The toilet has ecological air conditioning , and the hot water supply is guaranteed energy-efficient and sound-insulated.
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The Area of Poble Sec
As a multicultural and working-class neighbourhood, Poble Sec maintains its unique character and varied culture that opens its doors to all those who want to visit it and come to live in it. Its main arteries are Blai Street, a small boulevard full of bars and shops alike, and the Sortidor Square. Where a young Joan Manel Serrat once played and where the neighbourhood’s civic centre is now located.
The area is very central and very well connected to the rest of the city by various metro and bus lines. It is also situated within walking distance from the marina. The area of Eixample is just across the road: the famous Sant Antoni market is just a few minutes away. Poble Sec is always lovely and offers a lot of things for everyone: the green areas of Montjuic are within a short walking distance, the sea is not far, and it’s also famous for its food culture. There are a couple of Michelin starred restaurants here and a couple more that half of the city visit: Mano Rota, Xemei, Espai Kru.