Stately apartment next to Paseo de Gracia, Jardines de Gracias in front of the Hotel Casa Fuster. The distributor of the property can provide a space for an office area and another for a home or simply for a home, being able to differentiate a day area and a night area.
The apartment has different rooms that can be bedrooms or different spaces such as a library, living room or office. Large kitchen with pantry area, large bathroom and courtesy toilet. There is the possibility of making a master suite with bathroom and dressing room.
The house is elegant with hydraulic floors and high, coffered ceilings, characteristic of the early 20th century. The height of the ceilings are 3.20 m2. The base of the floor is noble and stately, maintaining the typical woodwork of the time. The house faces Gran de Gracia street up to Riera de Sant Miquel, facilitating the entry of light both in the morning and in the afternoon.
The farm has two elevators, one main and the service elevator with direct access to the house. Very well maintained farm, with porter service and surveillance cameras.
Modern Barcelona was born in L’Eixample, devised by the engineer and urban planner to whom it owes its magical and unique drawing: Ildefons Cerdà. With his urban plan, Cerdà designed an egalitarian city, where some neighborhoods are not differentiated from others and public services are distributed evenly in all corners.
The district is the result of one of the most splendid moments in the history of the city, when it is definitively configured as the engine of contemporary Catalonia and breaks with the medieval past by tearing down the walls. L’Eixample was built in the years of the industrialization of Catalonia, at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. The central part, the Dreta de l’Eixample, was the neighborhood of the bourgeoisie that introduced its own style to its house, modernism.