On one of the most attractive locations of the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona, you will encounter a fascinating building from year 1856 that is part of a Roman tower dating back to the 4th century. Part of this impressive tower happens today to cover the wall of the living area in this mysterious Principal apartment.
Being caught by the beautiful entrance of this building, the apartment continues raising the bar with its high-end quality materials, bohemian design being representative for the neighborhood and fascinating combination of wooden carpentry with hydraulic floor tiles.
The 136 m2 constructed are very well distributed where each of the three bedrooms enjoys large spaces. The eclectic guest bathroom offers both a shower and a bathtub while the master bedroom, directly accessible to the living area, enjoys a private bathroom on its own.
Entire four balcony doors are looking out to the street and the most mysterious and fascinating area of the apartment is its 50-m2 living room with a fully equipped and large open kitchen, where the wall is actually part of a Roman tower dating back to the 4th century. The sensation of having such historical value in front of your eyes is truly perplexing.
The building enjoys an elevator and offers a communal terrace with a communal storage room. Although being located on a very attractive residential area of the Gothic Quarter you are only few steps away from the harbour, Barceloneta, Plaza Real, the Cathedral and all amenities one can wish for.
It is truly an opportunity to acquire one of the most unique properties the Old Town of Barcelona has to offer.
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