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Pedro de la Creu, 25 Ground Floor

Pedro de la Creu, 25 Ground Floor

Price
1800€
Area
Sarria
Availability
May 1st, 2018

Features
Dimensions 90 m2 + 25 m2 terrace
Rooms 2
Toilets 1
Kitchen Equipped
Furniture With or without furniture

Area · Sarria

It’s a neighbourhood in the Sarria – Sant Gervasi district. It’s a pleasant, welcoming area with all the features of a historicBarcelonadistrict. It is well communicated and  there are plenty of shops, cafés, boutiques and restaurants with all types of cuisines.

History: Originally it was a small farming village. In the tenth century it became a part of Sarria, and in 1714 it was declared an autonomous municipality. Finally, in 1897 it was annexed toBarcelona. That was when the area of Sant Gervasi was discovered by the Catalan bourgeoisie, who began their first developments there. In just over 50 years, it became a bustling residential area with manor houses, holiday villas and monasteries. The unique feel of the area is distinguished by the architectural style that retains the atmosphere of the past.

Notable sites include the Rotonda building, the gardens designed by Rubio, theScienceMuseumand the old Casacubierta factory designed by the famous Catalan architect Josep Domench i Estapà.

Features

Marvelous and atractive ground floor at Sarria neighbourhood with a big living-dinning room with a fully equipped open kitchen. It comes with a washer-dryer machine and a dishwasher. It also has a double bedroom with a closet, one single bedroom with a closet, both are facing outside and one complete bathroom with a shower. All rooms are facing to a beautiful and pleasant terrace with outdoor furnitures. The apartment has WIFI, air conditioning and ducted heating.

Conditions

Rent: 1.800 € per month (Included Supplies)

Deposit: Two months

Temporary or long-term contract


Availability
May 1st, 2018


 
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It’s a neighbourhood in the Sarria – Sant Gervasi district. It’s a pleasant, welcoming area with all the features of a historicBarcelonadistrict. It is well communicated and  there are plenty of shops, cafés, boutiques and restaurants with all types of cuisines.

History: Originally it was a small farming village. In the tenth century it became a part of Sarria, and in 1714 it was declared an autonomous municipality. Finally, in 1897 it was annexed toBarcelona. That was when the area of Sant Gervasi was discovered by the Catalan bourgeoisie, who began their first developments there. In just over 50 years, it became a bustling residential area with manor houses, holiday villas and monasteries. The unique feel of the area is distinguished by the architectural style that retains the atmosphere of the past.

Notable sites include the Rotonda building, the gardens designed by Rubio, theScienceMuseumand the old Casacubierta factory designed by the famous Catalan architect Josep Domench i Estapà.