Under construction in the year 2000, maintaining the original regal façade of the old building, we have this penthouse (the only one on the ground floor) of 110 m2 built plus a 40 m2 terrace at the foot of the house partially closed with aluminum.
The attic is made up of 3 double bedrooms (one of them suite) and 2 complete bathrooms (one of them en suite), a 23 m2 living-dining room, a large 11m2 kitchen and an anteroom that gives access to the terrace. not busy street, very quiet and sunny.
All exterior penthouse, with double orientation, differentiated rest area, gas heating and air conditioning by splits, interior oak carpentry and marbled floors.
Property that needs updating, very square and with infinite possibilities since the entire property is partitioned except for dividing walls.
The origin of the Sant Antoni Market dates back to the mid-13th century in the Encants market, which was very marginal. It was located outside the walls and was moved, around 1850, to Carrer del Consolat. When in the period 1872-1882 Rovira i Trias built the great iron market, there were hardly any houses around it and it served as a market for the working-class neighborhood of Raval. Little by little, that market and the stalls that surrounded it were consolidated as a great fair, and gave personality and life to the neighborhood that developed in its surroundings. This popular commercial tradition is still going strong today,
The appearance of the neighborhood is the result of the reforms linked to the Universal Exhibition of 1929, on the occasion of which the urbanization and the arrangement of the accesses to Montjuïc were promoted, with the elimination of the shacks that were between Paral·lel and La Gran Vía and the Mistral avenue urbanization. This old medieval road out of the city is today a path for pedestrians that brings together the neighborhood life of its surroundings.