Penthouse for sale in Ciutat Vella, Barri Gótic
- 217 m2
- 2 rooms
PLAZA SANT FELIP NERI - GOTHIC. Located in one of the most charming streets of the old and historic Gothic quarter of Barcelona, we find this unique NEW BUILT home. The house has an area of 160m² that are distributed on two levels. The first level is located at street level, it is a multipurpose space that can be used both as a professional office or as a beautiful living room; from this, you directly access the housing area itself. It is in this first level where we find a true historical jewel, since there are beautiful Roman ruins inside that the property has wanted to highlight for its great cultural value by installing a practicable glass floor that together with studied lighting, give it a charm and unique character. On the second floor, we find a large space for the living room, kitchen, a master bedroom with bathroom and a study or guest room. The house can be accessed directly at street level or from the common spaces of the building, by stairs or elevator. All the materials used in the construction of the house are of the highest quality and the use of recovered original materials give the property a charm and personality that makes it unique in the area. The building where the house is located is a protected building from 1850 and completely renovated in 2019, in it the original elements combine perfectly with the most modern materials. The Gothic Quarter is the center of the Roman city where Bisbe and Llibreteria streets intersect. What was the original nucleus of Roman and medieval Barcelona is today the heart of Barcelona in the 21st century. The network of alleys and squares coexist all the past and present of the city. Here in the Gothic Quarter, we find the palaces of the town hall and the Generalitat, the Cathedral and other Gothic Churches such as Santa Maria del Pi, Sant Just and Pastor. Very close to Plaza Sant Jaume, in the heart of the Gothic quarter of Barcelona, we find the old Judería street, formed by a network of tiny alleys and where part of the old synagogue is still preserved. In the same Gothic quarter, the Plaza del Rey exhibits the ensemble that formed the royal dependencies of the Catalan-Aragonese Crown. In the basement of the same square we can take a tour of the impressive archaeological remains of Roman Barcelona. Behind the Cathedral we will marvel at the beautiful Sant Felip Neri square with its baroque church.