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BCNP4860 | Sagrada Familia

Penthouse with incomparable views of the Hospital Sant Pau

998.000 €

Price

177 m²

Built Surface

5

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

Penthouse with large designer terrace with spectacular view of the historic and modernist Hospital Sant Pau, an architectural jewel of Barcelona designed by Lluis Domenech i Muntaner.

The property has 5 spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with shower and living – dining room with access to the terrace. Two of the bedrooms have a window to the terrace. The kitchen is office type, quite comfortable and spacious with access to the gallery where the washing machine is located. The living – dining room has an electric fireplace and split air conditioning.

The property has central heating radiators and air conditioning and is in good condition to enter to live to update to the buyer’s taste. Large parking space optional for 35,000 euros to a street and a half of the property.

Features

  • Fitted kitchen
  • Laundry room
  • Office
  • Garage
  • Air conditioning
  • Chimney
  • Heating
  • Wooden floors
  • Natural light
  • Renovated
  • Terrace - Private
  • Characteristics

  • Cafes/ Restaurantes
  • Mountain views
  • City views
  • Nearby public transport
  • Exterior
  • North
  • West
  • Lifestyle

  • Metropolitan
  • Location

    The Sagrada Familia district is located in the north of the Eixample district, from Passeig de Sant Joan to Encants and from Avinguda Diagonal to the gates of the historic Modernist complex of the Hospital de Sant Pau. It was formerly the Poblet of rural houses in which Ildefons Cerdá’s grid was imposed,

    The character of this residential neighborhood is strongly marked by its basilica-monument; living around this jewel of Antoni Gaudí revalues any property, makes it very attractive for tourists and investors, and makes it the pride of its quiet local residents. The streets surrounding the basilica receive visitors at specific times, so in general terms, it is a very dynamic neighborhood by day and very quiet at night. Its architecture mixes buildings of more recent construction with respect to l’Eixample and other royal estates from whose attics, terraces and higher floors the work of Gaudí is contemplated. The floors are of medium size, with standard height ceilings in those of new construction and higher ceilings in the old solid brick estates.

    Walking along Gaudi Avenue, which connects La Sagrada Familia with the Hospital de Sant Pau, allows you to admire the booming commerce around tourism without forgetting the complete facilities for residents. Hospitals, civic centers, libraries, parks, public schools and efficient public transport connections, give service and life to this neighborhood of tourist interest but also family.

    The Sagrada Familia neighborhood is ideal for you if you value the proximity to the most important icon of the city, if you are looking for a safe investment in an attractive neighborhood, if you want to live in a dynamic, well-connected area, as well as quiet when it should be. Where civic centers, parks, public and private schools are the meeting points of its inhabitants, friendly and familiar people.

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