• For Sale    88,699,872 JPY
  • , Barcelona 08011
  • Build Size: 155.98 m2
  • Property Type: Condo
  • Bedroom(s): 4
  • Bathroom(s): 3

Property Description

APARTMENT TO REFORM IN L'EIXAMPLE ESQUERRA DE BARCELONABerkshire Hathaway HomeServices, a consulting firm specializing in the marketing of exclusive properties in the best areas of the city of Barcelona, ôôôôoffers you these five homes to reform of 151 and 156 meters built, located in one of the main enclaves of l'Eixample Esquerra from Barcelona . These can be purchased as a whole or individually.The houses, located in a classic stone building from the year 1900, have between 151 sqm and 156 sqm approx., arranged in different heights and that require a comprehensive update.Its distribution, the usual in this type of property, clearly differentiates the day area from the night area. Even so, they are sensitive to reconfiguration in the rehabilitation process, to obtain different options that can be adapted to future owner families. There would even be the option of adding two dwellings and obtaining an area on the ground floor or in a duplex, of up to 307 sqm approx.The houses have a double orientation and two balcony-type exterior exits. It is worth mentioning its south orientation, with views of the interior of the block and a lot of tranquility.Finally, we highlight those characteristic elements of the time, such as hydraulic pavements, ceiling heights or decorative coffered ceilings.As for the neighborhood, modern Barcelona was born in L'Eixample, devised by the engineer and urban planner, to whom it owes its magical and unique drawing: Ildefons Cerdà. With his urban plan, Cerdà contracted an egalitarian city, where some neighborhoods do not differ from others and public services are distributed uniformly in all corners.The district is the result of one of the most splendid moments in the city's history, when it definitively became the engine of contemporary Catalonia and broke with the medieval past by demolishing the walls. L'Eixample was built in the years of the industrialization of Catalonia, at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. The central part, the Dreta de l'Eixample, was the neighborhood of the bourgeoisie who introduced their own style, modernism, into their homes.The area offers a multitude of services of all kinds, as well as public transport, health and schools.

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