Located in a quiet area of Bonanova next to the commercial street Mandri and in a Royal Estate, with few neighbors. We find this 126m² house, with a comprehensive reform and with high quality finishes. To enter to live.
Distributed in a very bright and exterior living room of 33m², a fully equipped kitchen with Smeg appliances, and a utility area, 2 single rooms that share a bathroom and a Suite with bathroom.
Remarks: All rooms with fitted wardrobes, parquet floors, gas heating by radiators, ducted air conditioning in all rooms, low-consumption LED lighting, all aluminum windows with double glazing, white lacquered wooden doors.
It is an ideal property for families, since this area has numerous prestigious schools, recognized medical centers, shops, restaurants, green spaces and well connected,
It also has very convenient and quick 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).
According to local chronicles, the Bonanova area was erected as a pretext to make room at the end of the 19th century for the luxurious houses of wealthy gentlemen who returned from America enriched with new and great fortunes. It was a summer resort, and wealthy industrialists built their second homes. It was one of the last neighborhoods to join the great Barcelona. After being discovered by Barcelona bourgeois in the second half of the 19th century, the old town was transformed. Owners such as Mandri or Ganduxer put their names on some of the streets and in 50 years the site 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is still largely maintained in the upper part of the neighborhood, known as Bonanova, although many towers have been replaced by high-end apartment blocks. Some of the outstanding buildings remain, such as La Rotonda, highlights such as the emblematic Bellesguard Tower by Gaudí, the Frare Blanc building, the Sant Gervasi cemetery or the Tamarita design gardens.
It is common to walk through its streets finding the tranquility and calm that mark the daily rhythm of the residential areas of large cities. Halfway between the hustle and bustle of the most central and crowded places, and between the stillness and calm of the municipalities farthest from the large crowds
Undoubtedly an ideal place to live in Barcelona.