In front of the Sagrada Familia, very close to Pº San Juan and also to the future pedestrian avenue designed to give access to the Sagrada Familia temple, we have this fabulous penthouse in a very correct building from the 70s with the possibility of renting parking in the same building and with direct access from the elevator.
Penthouse of 161 m2 built, of which all the rooms are exterior to the terrace and with exceptional unobstructed views and the Sagrada Familia temple.
The penthouse consists of a main area with a spacious 45m2 living-dining room with a fireplace that gives us access to the impressive 49m2 terrace, with unobstructed views, a 10m2 office and exterior kitchen with beautiful views and a window that opens onto the terrace.
In the rest area we have 4 rooms (1 of them suite with dressing room) all of them double and exterior and with 2 environments all of them, which allows to differentiate the night area from the area of desks or closets, 3 bathrooms (1 of them suite), of which one is with shower. It also has a totally independent water area.
Possibility of rental parking for car and motorcycle approx €140/month in the same building.
Penthouse equipped with split air conditioning and natural gas heating, parquet floors, PVC exterior enclosures with climalit glass.
The bedrooms, all of them have Velux windows that allow you to rest while observing the overhead light and all of them are soundproofed from each other.
Perfect penthouse to move into, although it needs some updating in bathrooms and interior carpentry.
Area in progressive expansion, since it is very close to the Sagrada Familia, reduction of traffic on the diagonal, since the route of the new tram is being enabled.
Very close to train, metro and bus stations, and an area with all kinds of essential and school services.
Beyond the Dreta de l’Eixample, in the upper part, next to the districts of Gràcia, Horta-Guinardó and Sant Martí, is the neighborhood of Sagrada Família. It is a dense space that preserves some twenty passages, many of which are dead-end streets, with small houses and workshops. These corners are the result of the industrial past of the neighborhood, which contrasts with the current way of life, which is characterized by the large influx of tourists who go to visit the Expiatory Church of the Sagrada Familia.