Apartment for sale in Barcelona, Spain

USD 749,727

EUR 700,000


Apartment • 2 room(s) • 2 Bed. • 2 Bath. • 100 m² • Ref: I-00UYAW-W-02MWZ3

In the heart of Eixample Dret, a few meters from Paseo de Gracia and next to the Concepción market, we find this spectacular renovated corner apartment, located in a regal estate from 1894 on Aragó street. The farm is being fully rehabilitated, it will have a new elevator and all the classic details of the time recovered with the utmost aesthetic rigor. In addition, the farm's electrical system is being updated, as well as the water batteries and telecommunications infrastructure, and the staircase will be painted, recovering the original modernist stucco. The floor is a real third, the spaces are spacious and pleasant, the wood finishes give a really warm atmosphere to the whole, and the open kitchen provides a very aesthetic result and exquisite taste. As soon as you enter, you will find the distributor that separates the night area from the daytime area. The living room is very bright with large windows with access to sunny balconies and with a modern integrated kitchen of the Ernesto Meda brand equipped with a fridge, dishwasher, oven and high-end microwave. It has two bathrooms, with Inbani furniture and Waterevolution taps. In the night area, we find two bedrooms, one of them en suite with ample storage space. All the details of the house have been studied very well, the materials used are of high quality and great interest has been put in the lighting of the entire house. The floors are made of Listone Giordano parquet and hydraulic flooring recovered from the house itself. The decorative radiators are Runtan brand and the air conditioning is ducted and is easily adjustable through the home thermostat. Eixample symbolizes the elegance of Barcelona. Its network of octagonal blocks is considered a masterpiece of urban planning. In addition, it is said that its designer, Ildefons Cerdà, is the father of urbanism. Some of the most outstanding architectural works of Gaudí's Catalan modernism and its contemporaries are found in these tree-lined residential streets. However, until the end of the 19th century, this area was full of fields, factories and mills. Barcelona was a city overcrowded and drowned between walls. When these walls fell, the Eixample was born. The old industrial areas were demolished as the city grew. The few structures that survived were redesigned and reconverted. Sharing the patio with this outstanding residential project, is a restored original flour mill that has become a classic example of brick architecture of the time. Barcelona elites began to build their wonderful buildings in the right part of the Eixample district at the end of the 19th century. Today, the rehabilitation of this area is in full swing with new pedestrian areas, new shops and new life.




Living100 m²


Air conditioning
Construction year1894
Energy efficiency ratingNo data
Environmental (CO₂) impact ratingNo data