PRP-BCNP75 | El Born / Sant Pere / Santa Catarina
New development of flats in a wonderful medieval building
From 375.000 €Price
From 48 m²Built Surface
The beautifully restored façade of this medieval building, located in the very heart of the Born district, hides 400 years of history full of countless stories and events. Today the story continues, thanks to the complete restoration of its entrails, to offer 10 apartments with modern finishes wrapped in the essence of the Born district, where you can enjoy memorable days in the future.
The narrow streets of the Born are known for its many corners where you can find great restaurants, cozy shops and historic buildings such as the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, as well as having the Ciutadella Park just a few minutes walk away. The apartments of this wonderful building, which have been refurbished with exquisite taste and respect for preserving its historical details, are therefore a unique starting point to enjoy this neighborhood.
The amenities of this building also stand out, as an elevator has been installed at the level of the main entrance for good access to the apartments, the roof terrace has been converted into a cozy communal terrace with space even for private terraces available, and a communal area has been enabled where each owner has its own wine cellar to keep their best wines and enjoy them in the company of neighbors.
The apartments have been refurbished with quality materials, such as white oak parquet floors, Santos brand kitchens, NEFF brand appliances, although the real stars of the show are the recovered hydraulic floors, the century-old wooden beams, as well as its beautiful exposed brick walls.
Available properties in this development
|Bed||sqm build size||Price|
|BCNP3385||Loft||1||72 m2||475.000 €||For sale|
|PRP-BCNP75_07||1-1||2||48 m2||395.000 €||For sale|
|BCNP3388||3-1||2||48 m2||375.000 €||For sale|
If there is a trendy place for both tourists and locals, it is the dynamic neighborhood of El Born with its particular market, now converted into a museum, after getting some fantastic Roman ruins during its remodeling. It is home to artists, craftsmen and bohemians, with an infinite number of curious and unique stores, which we probably wouldn’t have enough time to get to know all of them in years. Even more famous are its restaurants with so much variety to discover a new one every day. The Santa Caterina market with its ceiling inspired by the dragon skin of Sant Jordi is in itself a work of art to be admired. The Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, the Palau de la Música, and the green lung of La Ciutadella are some of the important landmarks of this neighborhood. It is a neighborhood to live in and to know.
Its buildings continue the irregular pattern of the Gothic Quarter, and its streets, although at times more uncluttered, are also narrow. In the basement of the buildings you can find bars of author, art galleries, workshops of craftsmen and stop counting.
Sant Pere , Santa Catarina and the Born are interesting neighborhoods for you if you like the bohemian lifestyle, living with multiple artisans, the tapas and good food, living in a neighborhood that surprises you with new stores and corners to discover every time, and an excellent location to invest in a pied-à-terre.