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Reburnished in Paseo de Gracia

205 m² | 8 m² Terrace | 3 rooms | 3 bathrooms

Beautiful house completely renovated located in Finca Modernista and overlooking the Casa Batlló.
Inside we find the large hall with high ceilings, large windows and beautiful mosaic and wood mosaic plants. Everything is impeccable after the total renovation with the maximum taste and excellent materials. Next to the living room we find the designer kitchen with its island and we have just top quality. Totally equiped.
In the back, and night area, we find two master suites each with its full bathroom and beautiful views of the private garden of the inner courtyard; third bedroom and bathroom.
They have preserved all the moldings and modernist elements. A luxury to live in Paseo de Gracia.

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The Eixample or Ensanche is the name given to this neighborhood that was built as an extension of the old town of Barcelona. It begins in Plaza Cataluña and reaches the Diagonal and then expands to both sides of Paseo de Gracia. The Eixample is built on a grid system, like many American cities including Manhattan, so it’s easy to find one’s way around and navigate its streets. It is knows for its modernist architectural jewels including La Pedrera, Casa Batlló or Casa de Lleó i Morera, its high-end fashion stores, art galleries, restaurants, and for being one of the most sought after neighborhoods to live in. Like any district in the center of a big city, it is a shopping hub, full of people-watching, hotels, restaurants and cultural activities. However, the Example has something that is extremely rare for a city of this size: it is full of peaceful and quiet areas including semi-pedestrian streets, smalls passages where one finds rows of English-style houses, big patios inside its city blocks, some converted into tranquil public parks. It’s a lively district, yet it’s incredibly residential and safe. It offers the most complete public transportation options in the city including buses, trains and the subway. In addition, it is connected to the rondas, and highways by the Diagonal, and the streets Aragón and Mallorca, so getting to the airport is a cinch