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Unique, 135 m2, urban designer house, completely renovated by an architect and interior designer; Distributed over two floors plus sun terrace:
Main floor: Open space where we find a living room with over 5m high ceilings, dining room and nice fully equipped designer kitchen. Courtesy toiletries. Large windows.
1st floor: 2 double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, with designer bedheads made and designed exclusively for this property. 1 nice and spacious bathroom.
Terrace / solarium: Fantastic fully equipped sun terrace with chill out area and spectacular 4 person jacuzzi.
Excellent finishes: led's, micro cement, tropical wood parquet floors, corian, solestone, heating, AC, semi-furnished with exclusive furniture designed for this property.
Located down a passage in one of Barclona’s most fashionable areas: Sant Antoni.
The neighborhood of Sant Antoni is popular and commercial that has the largest market in Barcelona, the work of Antoni Rovira i Trias, which was built in the workshops of La Maquinista Terrestre y Marítima. The Sant Antoni Market, completely renovated, is the nerve center of a neighborhood that, in recent times, has become a point of reference for young urbanites.
It originated in the convent of Sant Antoni Abat, built in the 15th century next to the city wall of Barcelona, while its famous market dates back to the mid-13th century, when the bartillo trade was improvised outside the city walls. Between 1879 and 1882, the architect Rovira i Trias, inspired by the buildings of the Halles in Paris, projected the impressive iron construction that we know today, and that since its inception brought together three markets in one: the food, the baratillo and the Sunday.
It is a neighborhood located in a perfect enclave, within Barcelona. Walking, it is very close to the center and the areas of great activity to go out to eat, dine and have a drink. Also, it is far enough away so as not to be too annoying at night. It is very popular due to its weekly fair of old books and collectibles that is held every Sunday morning