DESIGNER PROPERTY WITH OPEN CONCEPT LOFT-STYLE DESIGNThis ground floor flat is in very good condition, almost brand new. It is located in one of the most beautiful and quietest areas of the Gothic Quarter, in the heart of the Call and next to the city's main synagogue, one of the oldest in Europe, dating back to 1314. The property is located in a recently refurbished 19th-century building in an unbeatable area, just 15 minutes walking distance from Plaça Catalunya, the Port Vell, and the beaches of Barceloneta.The building is built on the former Hospital del Call (Jewish Quarter) of the city, which was a donation of Rabbi Xemuel ha-Sardí, as it can be read on the plaque on the outside wall of the building. This flat offers a total built area of 266 sqm and It has a useful surface of 231 sqm according to the certificate of habitation figures. The over 4.5 m high ceilings and the exposed beams create a feeling of spaciousness in all the rooms. The property is divided between the ground floor with an open loft-like layout design, a unique semi-basement floor, and the outdoor spaces, a small side terrace, and a generously sized central courtyard.The property features a huge living-dining room with an open-plan kitchen equipped with top-of-the-range appliances. The flat has two bedrooms and a room easily prepared as a third bedroom, three bathrooms, a guest toilet, and a multipurpose area with direct access from the street that can have multiple uses. In the semi-basement, there is a wine cellar with a tasting room.The interior refurbishment of the flat combines absolute respect for the medieval and Roman remains of the building with the modernity of high-quality contemporary materials and finishes. Highlights include natural oak parquet flooring, a home automation system, and a Surround Sound System and hi-fi system.A large equipped communal rooftop terrace, from where you can enjoy outdoor living in front of the magnificent views of Barcelona, culminates this property.The Gothic Quarter is one of the most emblematic and charismatic quarters of the Catalan capital, with a large number of museums, shops, and restaurants from which to enjoy the dynamic life of the neighborhood.The many facets of the neighborhood allow us to enjoy a great number of attractions, such as religious buildings like the Cathedral of Barcelona or the Church of Pi, shopping areas like Portal de l'Àngel or Portaferrissa, cultural reference centers like l'Ateneu Barcelonés and places with history like the Roman Temple of Augustus, 'Els 4 Gats' or the Plaça de Sant Jaume.In this way, the Gothic Quarter has become the neuralgic, commercial, cultural, and tourist center of the city of Barcelona without ceasing to be what it has always been, the oldest and most historic district of the city of Barcelona.