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El Barri Gòtic
El Barri Gòtic (Ciutat Vella. Barcelona Capital)
Charming apartment in a newly restored magnificent antique building, listed as Catalunya´s historical heritage. This development combines the best of the past, present and future: charismatic antique details mixed with ...
Charming apartment in a newly restored magnificent antique building, listed as Catalunya´s historical heritage. This development combines the best of the past, present and future: charismatic antique details mixed with the newest smart home technologies and the highest level of comfort.
The area of this apartment is divided between a cosy living room with an open-plan kitchen, a spacious double bedroom and bathroom en suite.
In the main living area, we find beautifully restored wooden beams and exposed antique brick elements. The floors are covered with top quality wood parquet (parallel layout) and traditional geometric tiles in some areas.
The kitchen with matte-finish melamine cabinets and integrated LED lights is fully customized to meet the needs of the most sophisticated buyers. It includes high-end fridge and freezer, dishwasher, stove, oven and other useful elements.
The double bedroom en suite with access to a private balcony and built-in wardrobe is perfectly designed for you to enjoy the privacy and tranquillity.
Completely restored building, brand new installations, chic design are just a few of the huge list of advantages of this development
- Completely restored building
- Brand new apartment
- Exposed wooden beams
- Exposed brick walls
Gothic Quarter is a charming neighbourhood full of narrow, winding streets creating quite a labyrinth that leads to many peaceful squares where you can relax and enjoy the surroundings. Right in the heart of the district, you can find the stunning Cathedral which has a breath-taking courtyard full of plants and oddly, geese. It is a beautiful neighbourhood combining old and new that brings people from all over the world to stay and discover this area.
There are metro stops on both sides of the Gothic Quarter, there are three on Las Ramblas.