Fantastic penthouse apartment in a totally renovated property in Pasaje Concepció, next to Paseo de Gracia.
The apartment is completely refurbished with designer furniture and perfectly equipped with all the appliances, including washer-dryer.
It has 50m2 plus 52m2 of terrace, and is distributed in 1 double bedroom, 1 bathroom and kitchen open to the living-dining room.
Maximum design, elegance and comfort in the centre of Barcelona.
Flexible rental duration, from 32 nights to long stays.
The price includes all expenses, weekly cleaning and high speed internet.
Intelligent entrance system with access card.
Elegant building totally refurbished, in one of the best locations in the city next to the best restaurants, shops and services.
This penthouse is available from July 10th.
We have other flats available in the property.
Contact us so we can offer you the one that best suits your needs!
– Washer-dryer, dishwasher, microwave oven, juicer, toaster, kettle, Nespresso capsule coffee maker, fridge, fully equipped kitchen (complete set of dishes, pots, pans, kitchen accessories, etc…), ceramic hob.
– Ironing board, iron, clothesline, tongs, hangers, broom and dustpan.
– Smart TV with Chrome Cast, high speed internet, safe.
– Heating, air conditioning.
– Towels, bedding, bathroom amenities (shampoo, gel, conditioner and body lotion), hair dryer.
– Counseling from Monday to Friday from 9 to 18h and parking and storage options in a nearby property upon request and at an additional cost.
Optional services: laundry, reservations, personal trainer, physio, babysitter and any other service required.
Modern Barcelona was born in L’Eixample, designed by the engineer and town planner to whom it owes its magical and unique drawing: Ildefons Cerdà. With his urban plan, Cerdà designed an egalitarian city, where some neighbourhoods are no different from others and public services are distributed uniformly throughout the city.
The district is the result of one of the most splendid moments in the history of the city, when it was definitively configured as the motor of contemporary Catalonia and broke with the medieval past by demolishing the walls. L’Eixample was built during the years of Catalonia’s industrialization, at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. The central part, the Dreta de l’Eixample, was the neighbourhood of the bourgeoisie who introduced their own style, Modernisme, into their house.