What is surprising about this apartment is clearly that all of its rooms are exterior, which gives it a fantastic light .. Located in a quiet area and in a fully renovated farm with few neighbors. Located 1 minute from the commercial street Mandri. we find this bright and sunny apartment of 159m. It is an ideal property for families with numerous prestigious schools. Recognized medical centers, commerce, green spaces and well connected. The apartment is completely renovated, in perfect condition and ready to move into. We access the house through a distributor that leads to the night area that consists of a spacious suite with dressing room and bathroom with shower. Two generous single bedrooms with built-in wardrobes that share a bathroom with a bathtub. All these rooms are exterior and bright and 1 single room inside a block patio. The day area has a large living room of 40 m and with access to the balcony that surrounds the living room, an ideal space to enjoy pleasant evenings when not sunbathing. From the dining area we access a large fully equipped kitchen with high-end cabinets and appliances, with a natural stone countertop and island. Water area. Comments: Parquet floors, gas heating, air conditioning, built-in wardrobes throughout the house, Osmosis system and disqualifier, Video intercom and alarm system. The price includes a parking space and storage room. Sant Gervasi-La Bonanova is a neighborhood in the Sarriá-San Gervasio district of the city of Barcelona. Formerly, it was together with Sant Gervasi-Galvany an independent municipality called San Gervasio de Cassolas. Among the neighborhoods in the upper area of Barcelona, Sant Gervasi-La Bonanova was one of the last neighborhoods to join the greater Barcelona. After being discovered by Barcelona bourgeois in the second half of the 19th century, the old town was transformed. It became a summer resort, and wealthy industrialists built their second home around Ganduxer and Mandri streets. In the 50s, the place became a residential area with old villas, craftsmen’s houses, convents and religious schools. And green areas. This character is still largely maintained in the upper part of the neighborhood, known as La Bonanova.