Apartment for sale in Eixample, Old Left Eixample
- 260 m2
- 4 rooms
BOOK ONLINE AT WWW.LIVING.ES!. MUNTANER-GRAN VIA in a modernist building dating from the year 1895, an exterior floor is located on the fifth and last floor of the building with an elevator. The Muntaner street is oriented to the north with morning sun and on the other side to a quiet apple patio with afternoon sun. It has a total area of 156m2 built. Currently the house is to reform, so you can participate in distribution and finishes. It conserves the original modernist elements such as hydraulic floors, exterior and interior carpentry and coffered ceilings. Intern and sunny apartment in a modernist building The house is located on the fifth floor of a farm between party walls in the Eixample dating from 1895. At the ends of the property We find, on the one hand, the dividing wall with the adjacent building and on the other, the dividing wall with the neighbor of the same building.The site belongs to the Eixample protected conservation environment. This guarantees the good state of preservation of the complex. Each one of the floors of the property consists of two houses symmetrical with respect to a central axis. Each of the floors has two different areas at the ends corresponding to each façade and intermediate areas that are supported by two light patios. The ceiling slab is made of Catalan volta with iron beams. In contrast, practically the whole of the floor is made up of hydraulic pavements that are in good condition and give the house a unique personality.The entrance to the main hall of the building is characterized by high height and by marble finishes on the floor, and occasionally on the walls. This space leads us to a very representative staircase in the Eixample Barcelonés, with marble steps and a noble wood railing.
The Antiga Esquerra de l’Eixample (or the Old Left Part of the Eixample - mot-a-mot translation) is, as its name tells, one of Eixample’s neighbourhoods, and was one of the first areas, together with the Dreta de l'Eixample, to be built following the Pla Cerdà. Marked by the Diagonal and the Gran Via, and next to the Avinguda de Sarrià, the neighbourhood’s location is unbeatable.
Even though it's next to the centre, its residential areas are quiet. And even with tranquil residential areas, the neighbourhood offers leisure, culture and a fun day and night life filled with terraces, cafés, art galleries , bistros, boutiques, bars, restaurants, night clubs…
Gourmets and fine dining lovers can enjoy different Michelin star restaurants such as El Gaig, the Angle Barcelona Restaurant or Disfrutar, commandeered by the former heads of the Bulli kitchen. And let’s not forget about Cocktail Bars like Solange or the internationally recognised Dry Martini by Javier de las Muelas.
For those who are considering living in the Antiga Esquerra de l’Eixample, its commercial opportunities also interesting. Besides having the luxury shops on Passeig de Gràcia right next to it, the neighbourhood streets hide their own treasures, like local designers' boutiques or delicatessen stores, such as cheese or wine shops.
In the Antiga Esquerra de l’Eixample, and more specifically next to the University Square, the historical building of Barcelona University is located, an elegant neo-romanic construction, built at the end of the 19th century and catalogued as a Cultural Asset of Spain (BIC).
And juts some streets away you can find the recently renovated Mercat del Ninot. This market gets its name from an old bar from the neighbourhood that had a doll at the entrance, which made it into a famous landmark of the area. The same doll that nowadays welcomes the market’s visitors.
The authorities have announced the urban transformation project for the Esquerra de l’Eixample, which will affect both the Antiga (Old)and the Nova (New) Esquerra de l’Eixample. The project is expected to be developed during the next years and will focus on the creation of new green areas, the concession of more spaces for pedestrians and reducing of the traffic in the area.
Thus, the plans for the neighbourhood’s future are directed at the improvement of the quality of life, which promises to make the area even more appealing to residents, buyers and tenants.