Elegant penthouse completely restored with materials of the best qualities, good taste and very comfortable, to make all the rooms pleasant and functional.
The main entrance of the apartment leads to a spacious hall with a guest bathroom. Entrance to the living room and dining area adapted for about 14 people connected to the kitchen area. The kitchen is made up of state-of-the-art appliances, an island that creates different environments within the kitchen, a breakfast bar, pantry and laundry room and an original glass-enclosed wine cellar.
The night area is made up of a master suite with a large dressing room area, a complete bathroom with sauna and access to a well-oriented and very sunny terrace. Two double rooms in suite format with dressing room and complete bathroom decorated with great taste. A fourth bedroom with built-in wardrobes and bathroom.
On the first floor there are different rooms that create different environments according to the needs of each moment. Office on a dome with views of the city of Barcelona, facing southeast with bathroom included. If desired, this room could be converted into another bedroom. Very cozy and comfortable living room for the enjoyment of the family in privacy. Games room, library and bar area equipped with TV.
On the second floor we find a gym with a rest area and a room with a bathroom for guests. Exit to a terrace with panoramic views of the city, full kitchen with dining area and Chill Out area to enjoy with friends. The views of the sea, the mountains and the city of Barcelona make this stay unique and exclusive with a very central location and easy access to the necessary services.
The exclusive farm has a porter and surveillance service, which gives the house high security and tranquility.
The Sant Gervasi-Galvany neighborhood occupies the lower part of the old Sant Gervasi district, between Diagonal and Ronda del Mig. The name Galvany became popular when it was adopted by the municipal market in the area, recovering that of the former owner of the surrounding land, Josep Castelló i Galvany. The Camp d’en Galvany urbanization began in 1866. It was about land next to the Turó Park amusement park, later converted into gardens in 1934, following a project by Rubió i Tudurí from 1917.
This garden, together with that of Monterols and the small park of Moragues, are the green islands of a neighborhood with a marked residential character, combined with an important commercial and tertiary activity, especially in the sector closest to Diagonal and on the axis vertical of Muntaner street.