Opportunity! Apartment, ready-to-move-in near Sant Antony market.

229.000 €
nuevo precio

  • Property ID: 874
  • Post Updated: 2020-12-29 10:21:55
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Lot size: 98 m²
  • Year built: 1900
  • Planta: 4

Description

Se trata de una vivienda de 98m2, con 3 dormitorios, en un edificio cerca de la plaza Padró, una tranquila zona con restaurantes, supermercados etc. a dos minutos andando al nuevo mercado de Sant Antoni. La vivienda se encuentra en buen estado de conservación.

Entramos en el piso y a mano izquierda tenemos un amplio comedor con balcón a la calle. Gracias a la altura recibe mucha luz de dia y no es ruidoso. El comedor conecta a la cocina con espacio para una mesa, y dispone de una galeria al patio interior. El pasillo central conecta el primer baño y las tres habitaciones. El dormitorio principal dispone de un baño ‘privado’ con bañera.

Los dormitorios de la zona de noche tienen un balcón al patio interior de manzana, donde por las mañanas entra mucha luz y sol. La vivienda dispone de la pre-instalación de aire acondicionado por conductos y suelo de parquet. Si buscas una vivienda para entrar a vivir, no dude en visitarlo.

View on map / Neighborhood

  • BARRIO: RAVAL: The Raval area did not take shape until the 18th century. In the lands that had been occupied by orchards, the first manufacturers were built, which made it one of the first manufacturing districts of Barcelona. Housing was built for workers who, from the countryside, stayed to live there. El Raval became the densest neighborhood in Europe. Then, the factory houses were built, which combined industrial uses with housing. Currently, 59 of these buildings are still preserved, with names like Can Seixanta or La Foneria Comas. In order to protect them, the City Council undertook in 2016 a process to prevent the demolition of 26 of these factory houses. El Raval is a dynamic neighborhood that offers avant-garde exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA) and the adjacent Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB). Bohemian bars, the latest design shops and street art flood the surrounding area. Seafood, wine and tapas are sold at La Boquería market, located on Las Ramblas. Informal coffee shops follow each other on the Rambla del Raval. The Maritime Museum exhibits replicas of boats in medieval shipyards. If you are thinking of coming to live in Raval-Barcelona, you can now look at our selection of homes and ask for more information or tell us what you are looking for.