This Spacious 3 Bed Apartment is located in the heart of the Eixample neighbourhood, one of the most trendy areas of Spain. It is just a few steps away from the wide boulevard of Passeig de Sant Joan with its cafés and beautiful pavements leading to the main park of Arc de Triomf, the city’s zoo and the main beaches. There are excellent private and public connections to the rest of the city which makes this a central area with a more modern vibe.
The apartment is part of a unique new development project which will house 12 ultra-modern homes. All of the apartments will boast natural light with windows from ground to ceilings and have direct access to private parking. Also, the apartments are designed by experts with a proven record in delivering exclusive developments which results in brand new homes with the best finishes you can find in Barcelona.
This apartment, in particular, is situated on the fourth floor of the building and enjoys a total of 130m2 living space. The apartment is split into two sections: the night area and the day area. At the beginning of the apartment, we can find the night area with 3 bedrooms. Comfort, style and cleverly integrated storage solutions are the standard features in the bedrooms. In this part of the apartment, we can also find the bathrooms with Carrara marble. In the day area, we can find a large living room with a kitchen island. Boasting high-end finishes and integrated details results in the perfect place for relaxing and entertaining.
The Neighborhood of Eixample
Eixample is one of the most upbeat parts of Barcelona, with a truly cosmopolitan lifestyle while still retaining traces of the traditional Catalan culture. Most of the nightlife of Barcelona is concentrated here. The restaurants in the area are famous worldwide with a great selection to choose from. The history of the area is rich and filled with artistry. Eixample is surely the place to go!
In this neighbourhood, you will find the Mercat de Sant Antoni, which was designed by Antoni Rovira i Trias in 1882. Welcoming us inside, above the main entrance, is the Barcelona coat of arms, crowned by a bat, and a plaque showing the year the market was built. The metal structure, so typical of the markets built at the time, spans an interior that covers an entire block in Cerdà’s Eixample district: an area large enough to contain the stalls that supply the neighbourhood of Sant Antoni. Sant Antoni is perfect for anyone who wants to stay around the city centre but without the restless nights that usually entails. If you’re looking for a lively time though, you don’t have to look far, because you can simply walk to a neighbouring area, like Raval or the northern part of Eixample, where you’ll find lots of exciting places to spend the night. The zone is full of life, yet at the same time simple.