- Updated On:
- October 26, 2021
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 45 m2
The building is located in the Gothic Quarter and it’s just a few steps away from Cathedral Square and the popular Ramblas Boulevard. Besides, it’s within walking distance to the Old Port and beaches of Barcelona, the main residential area of the city – Eixample. In other words, this location is unbeatable.
Imagine moving into a brand new refurbished 1-bed apartment in Gothic right in the centre of the old city, that’s something only few can enjoy. We often find nicely refurbished properties that come on the market but it is quite rare to find a whole building that has been fully refurbished. It is indeed something special and something the team at Urbane specializes in. The building is entirely refurbished and some of its historical features have been carefully preserved such as the Catalan ceilings, traditional tiles, bricked walls. All of the apartments and common areas have been restored at the same time.
The building is located in the Gothic Quarter and it’s just a few steps away from Cathedral Square and the popular Ramblas Boulevard. Besides, it’s within walking distance to the Old Port and beaches of Barcelona, the main residential area of the city – Eixample. In other words, this location is unbeatable. This impeccable 1-bed apartment in Gothic is located on the main floor of the building and enjoys a total surface area of 45m2. Its distribution is as followed: once you enter the place through the front door you directly walk into a spacious living and dining room that enjoys an open style kitchen. The living room has access to a window that allows the morning sun to come in. On our right-hand side of the entrance, we find a utility room and if we walk further into the apartment to the right there is a double bedroom with a bathroom next door. The bedroom has also access to a window that allows fresh air to come into the room.
Barcelona´s Gothic Quarter is one of the most visited and talked about neighbourhoods in Spain. It has a history of more than 2000 years and an amazing vibe. Nowadays it can be characterized by many narrow and winding alleys shape. The cathedral La Seu forms the centre of the district. Many sunny squares with buildings full of history gather around the cathedral. The district was renovated from the ground up several times, most recently for the Olympic Games in 1992. The old structure is preserved effortfully and lovingly even today. The area is also home to uncountable little boutiques and many of the most beautiful and most famous museums are located in the medieval district.