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Fantastic 148 m2 home with terrace that offers comfort, space, light and calm.
This single-family paradise, in the heart of the right side of l'Eixample, consists of 148 m2 built with 100 m2 terraces, courtyard and balconies.
It is distributed over 3 floors with southwest orientation and consists of:
Main entrance, with access to the first floor, where we find a large 60 m2 living-dining room with access to the 35 m2 courtyard. The living room has lots of light, and marble floors with radial heating. The dining area, with natural parquet floors, large folding and sliding windows.
On the same floor, the diaphanous kitchen has modern white integrated furniture. This floor also has a guest bathroom.
Through some beautiful marble stairs we get to the second floor and leave behind the day area.
The second floor has a large suite bedroom with wardrobes and a bathroom with shower, plus 1 double bedroom and a single bedroom that share a full bathroom with bathtub.
All the bedrooms have balconies overlooking the courtyard and the passage.
On the third floor there is a large 60 m2 roof terrace with a pergola to enjoy the sun with hammocks, a summer dining area or simply at night to observe the moon.
It has radial heating, electric boiler, marble, parquet floors, electric shutters, alarm and armored door.
This family house is very well communicated.
The Passeig Sant Joan promenade is a walk located on the right side of the Eixample that starts at the Travessera de Gracia and descends unto the imposing Arc de Triomphe and the Ciutadella Park. It keeps its own charms and some of the most hidden modernist buildings, such as the Casa Macaya, designed by Puig i Cadafalch, which was even proposed to be the headquarters of the CaixaForum.
The history of this walk dates back to the end of the 19th century, when the Eixample began to be built, and in fact its name is a tribute to the old walk that skirted the Ciutadella esplanade and disappeared when the old fortress was demolished.