Exclusive flat in a listed building dating from 1850 in Ciutat Vella.
This spectacular property consists of 298 sqm built and 288 useful sqm with a terrace of 70 sqm for private use and with a high potential for refurbishment. In one of the images (render) you can see a proposal as an idea to refurbish the terrace.
It has the possibility of segregation.
The property stands out for its luminosity and direct sunlight in all the rooms, thanks to the large windows that provide exceptional light.
It has large interior spaces and there is the possibility of opening up open spaces, as well as recovering the charm of its high ceilings, mouldings, original stone walls, exposed beams, as well as large and robust wooden doors and columns.
Facing a courtyard with a charming interior garden, we highlight generous plants and an imposing elastic ficus that houses two nests, one with a pair of turtledoves and the other with blackbirds.
This fascinating property is ideal for families as well as for people with special sensitivities.
The building has few neighbours and is characterised by its tranquillity and harmony. The porticoes at the entrance to the building are still preserved and the original gate welcomed the horse-drawn carriages. In the past, this building housed several factories, including a piano factory, an umbrella handle factory, a broom factory, a cabinetmaker’s shop and a bookbinding and cardboard workshop.
Located in one of the most emblematic areas of Barcelona. The Ciutat Vella district stands out for its mix of cultures, as well as its wide range and variety of restaurants, markets such as the well-known Mercat de Sant Antoni or La Boqueria, various museums and the Gran Teatre del Liceu.
It has an excellent public transport network and connections with different parts of the city.
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