BCNP4299 | Ciutat Vella
Bright refurbished flat in the heart of the Gothic Quarter
128 m²Built Surface
Spectacular newly renovated apartment in the mythical Avinyó street in the heart of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. The apartment is located in a splendid royal estate built by the renowned Catalan architect Elies Rogent, which has many original elements of the Barcelona of the mid-nineteenth century so it gives a great symbolic and historical charge to the property. However, the interior of the property is renovated and has a magnificent transparent glass elevator to access the upper floors. It should be noted that the apartment is excellently communicated and allows you to walk to important points of interest in the city such as St. Jaume square, the Port Vell or the exclusive Soho House gym.
The flat is completely renovated with high quality materials and is ready to move in immediately with all kinds of amenities. The apartment is accessed through a spacious entrance hall and leads to a large living room with many possibilities completely bathed in natural light. The two double bedrooms are separated by the living room and it should be noted that one of them has its own bathroom and personal dressing room. Both the open kitchen and the main bathroom are finished with high quality materials and propose a modern and avant-garde aesthetic.
The whole property apart from having a great natural lighting is equipped with a majestic hydraulic floor (restored modernist school) and rests under a natural wood beams recovered. It is an intelligent and elegant proposal that gives infinite possibilities to the new owner. Not forgetting that the flat has a completely new and functional heating and air conditioning system.
In short, we are talking about a unique opportunity in one of the most emblematic and mystical streets of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona.
It is the oldest district, number 1, the embryo of the city, where all its history begins from the original Barcino, where Roman ruins and medieval Gothic coexist. This district is made up of four neighborhoods, the Gothic, Sant Pere, Santa Caterina, El Born and La Ribera, and Barceloneta, each one more interesting than the other for tourists, since it is the most touristic area of the city, as well as residents. Despite its name, it is one of the most dynamic areas, full of history, art and culture, diversity and very cosmopolitan.
Its two markets are especially interesting, La Boquería and Santa Caterina have everything you need from anywhere in the world.
The buildings are quite old and many are very well preserved. The floors are generally medium to small, and fantastic historical jewels can be found, such as floors with medieval or Roman walls.
So if you are a lover of the city’s millenary history, culture, heritage, the most varied gastronomy, the beach, and entertainment, and you want to make a good investment, in this district you can find your ideal neighborhood.