- Updated On:
- May 19, 2022
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 120 m2
This lovely and serene apartment offers three spacious bedrooms and a total lot size of 120m2. The two bathrooms have just been completely renovated. Six symmetrical windows of the apartment open onto the tree-lined and pedestrianized Carrer de Girona. It also includes a large balcony that receives sunlight for a few hours each day. The open-plan design allows for plenty of natural light. The apartment is on the second level.
The entire structure has been completely rebuilt for modern living. Two new light wells with glass walls run vertically through the structure. At every level, they bring the sunshine of Barcelona’s Mediterranean atmosphere inside. From the fourth floor and upwards, they offer to provide an uninterrupted view of the city. The original light well of the building has been preserved and increased in the new designs, allowing for even more natural illumination. Inside, pillars replace load-bearing walls with open-plan living rooms that extend. On the Carrer Girona side of the building, six big, symmetrical street-facing windows illuminate houses. Large windows on the opposite side of the building look out over the former mill and the calm interior of the city block.
This development is ideally situated for city living. Its peaceful street, which will soon be pedestrianized, is just minutes from the beaches of Barcelona. On the doorstep lies the trendy Born neighbourhood, which is bustling with bars, restaurants, galleries, and museums.
The neighbourhood – Eixample Derecha
The place to be is Eixample Derecha! The Eixample’s heart, Passeig de Gràcia, is only a short walk away. Barcelona’s greatest luxury hotels, trendy boutiques, and restaurants along this vast street. It is also the epicentre of Modernist architecture, with some of Gaud’s most prominent structures located there. There are fresh renovations of old buildings, new pedestrian spaces, new businesses, and new life all throughout Girona34. Eixample is a big district located north of Plaça Catalunya and south of Passeig de Gràcia. Because it is the city’s newest section, it is translated from Catalan as “extension.” Cerdá, a prominent Catalan engineer, was in charge of the city’s expansion in the 1850s.
Most of Barcelona’s art nouveau gems are currently housed in the Eixample. It’s a nice residential area with various shops and some of the city’s best restaurants. It’s a fantastic area to live, always bustling with activity.
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