156 m2 house built on a farm from the 70s. the house has been completely renovated. For this, a new concept of housing has been raised following an Italian style. The elevator goes directly to a single landing per floor, which makes it a fully used space for the family. from here you can access the house, which has a totally open structure and very direct circulation to avoid useless spaces. The dining room with an ornamental fireplace gives access to a large balcony finished in wood where we can enjoy the views as we overlook a park of the Jesus y Maria school. The main room has two large windows to the outside and the bed is located in the middle of it, dividing the room into a gym area and dressing room. Next to this space we find a full bathroom. Following a closet distributor we find the second single room, a full bathroom and a double room. In the kitchen area, which is designed with an island in the middle of the space, we have access to a single room with a bathroom. Fully equipped and designer kitchen. The house is part of a set of residential buildings that share a landscaped area with several swimming pools, a children’s play area, walking areas and a tennis court, changing rooms. The house has in the basement a parking space valued at € 30,000. Housing with park finishes, heating and AACC through ducts, lacquered and designer furniture. concierge on farm. Paseo de la Bonanova is currently one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Barcelona. Configured around the promenade that gives the sector its name. La Bonanova is a neighborhood belonging to the Sarrià Sant Gervasi district that unifies it with Sarria. Its pleasant surroundings enhance the calm and tranquility of this beautiful property. It is a totally residential area with numerous prestigious schools and renowned medical centers. In the middle of the 19th century Sant Gervasi was discovered by the Barcelona bourgeoisie and the first urbanizations began. Owners like Mandri or Ganduxer put their names on some of the streets and in 50 years the place became a residential area with old villas, craftsmen’s houses, convents and religious schools. This character is still largely maintained in the upper part of the neighborhood, known as La Bonanova, although many towers have been replaced by high-end apartment blocks. Some of the outstanding buildings remain, such as La Rotonda, such as the emblematic Torre de Bellesguard by Gaudí, the Frare Blanc building, the Sant Gervasi cemetery or the Tamarita design gardens. It also has very convenient and fast access to important roads, such as Vía Augusta and Ronda de Dalt to reach anywhere in Barcelona in a few minutes. It also has good communications by public transport such as buses and Ferrocarriles de la Generalitat (FGC). Area with all services at all levels.