The Real Estate is located a few meters from the main crossroads, on the border of two districts of Barcelona, near an important circle road and a square named in honor of a President. Therefore, Francesc Macia Square is not only one of the most transited points of Barcelona but also important business areas of the city. It is crossed by Avinguda Diagonal and several other major thoroughfares.
This area has recently converted into the main business edge of a city thanks to the reform of Avenida Diagonal and the construction of several shopping centers, cinemas, and small commercials. Nowadays we always find here the flow of people, walking up and down, buying or working.
Josep Terradelles Street borders the districts of Sant Gervasi, Eixample, and Les Corts and is of the most elegant and majestic streets in the city with many modern and classic buildings.
The property is located in a building constructed more than half a century ago. It preserves the dark brown tones of the wood of the railings and the grey of the exposed smooth concrete of the structural elements and unexpectedly hides inside a luminosity and amplitude of the light. This large 160 square meter apartment is a sovereign example of the modernity of the 1960s, which today still considered elegant and stylish.
The flat is distributed in the longitudinal direction, from the street to the block´s central courtyard. It has large windows on both sides, facing east and west, respectively, so at any time of the day you will enjoy good light inside. The current distribution is very convenient and practical, distinguishing drastically between the day zone and the night zone.
As we enter the apartment we get into a wide Hall, previously biased and divided into a small foyer that served as an antechamber, that was reconstructed to offer greater amplitude from the very moment of crossing the door. To the right, we find a large living room with exit to a large balcony, almost terrace, with windows all along the wall. This living room communicates with the kitchen, where we can also enter through the hall, and with a bathroom that communicates with one of the small interior terraces.
To the left of the hall, we found the Night Zone. Moving down the hall first we find two bedrooms, left and right, with doors facing each other and with windows to interior terraces. These first two bedrooms share a spacious bathroom.
At the end of the hall is the master bedroom, with its corresponding private bathroom and a large window. Currently, the master bedroom has been joined to another double bedroom uniting both spaces into a single, huge bedroom.