Apartment with refurb-proyect near Avenida Gaudi

675.000 €

  • Property ID: 1361
  • Post Updated: 2020-10-05 13:43:14
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Lot size: 135 m²
  • Year built: 1944
  • Planta: 5

Description

This flat is located in next to the pedestrian passage between the La Sagrada Familia Basilica and the renown San Pau Hospital, named Avenida Gaudi It is a spacious apartment with generous proportions and central layout providing the ideal combination of open plan dining and living rooms with large back bedroom suites with front and back terraces. The building and all common areas were completely renovated to highest standards in 2018 and features multi leveled roof top terraces. The apartment has been prepared for full renovation with designs and finishings subject to final customer demands.

Tall ceilings and a wall of windows along the front and back provide for luminous natural light throughout the flat. The day area consists of a large living room with onward dining area and balcony. There are three bedrooms, one with on suite full bath as well as another full bathroom and one guest toilet. There are 2 big communal terraces with spectacular views over Barcelona. If you are looking for an apartment to be ‘customized’ finished or interested in doing the proyect yourself, please contact us for all the details.

View on map / Neighborhood

  • BARRIO: Sagrada Family: Beyond the limit of the Dreta de l’Eixample, in the upper part, is the Sagrada Família neighborhood, which was previously known as the Poblet. The Poblet was a neighborhood that for many years had been reduced to fields with a small core of low houses located around the current street of Valencia. He did not have a certain entity until the first years of the twentieth century, as a working-class neighborhood around many industries. What gives personality today is the temple of the Sagrada Família. It was commissioned as an expiatory temple and was projected in 1881 on some land in the Sant Martí area, when everything around it was countryside. The project was initially assigned to the architect Francesc de Paula Villar and was followed by a young architect, then little known, named Antoni Gaudí, who took over the works when the neo-Gothic style crypt was just beginning to be built. Currently, the temple is Gaudí's best known work in the world and the place most visited by tourists in the city.