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Nice and cosy property in exceptional location in the heart of the Barrio Gotico.The apartment is only 2 minute walk from the Ramblas, 6 minute from the sea, and at short walking distance from all the landmarks and the amenities of the city centre, including Plaza Catalunya, Paseo de Gracia, Barceloneta, and the beach.The apartment is on the first floor (called “Principal”) of a building from 1900. The building is renovated and is located in Pasaje Escudellers, a quiet street.The building has a nice decorated entrance and a lift.The flat has a total surface of 103 m2. The ceiling is very high, over 4 m, offering the opportunity to exploit the height in a possible future redecoration.One of the two bedrooms has already been arranged on two levels, with the bed in the mezzanine and a studio below.Distribution includes an entry hall, a confortable spacious lounge, a large kitchen with dining area, and two double bedrooms. The master bedroom is en-suite and features a full bathroom. A service bathroom completes the distribution.The lounge gives access to a patio (the internal “patio de luz” of the building). If nicely decorated, it would offer a pleasant addition to the living space.The flat is “interior”, meaning that the windows give to the different lightwells of the building.While this affects the presence of natural light, it ensures ventilation and a level of quietness and silence almost impossible to find in this busy area of the old city centre.The apartment features parquet floors, original wooden doors and windows (the doors are 3 m high), and gas heating.It is offered unfurnished and it is overall in good condition.It is a good opportunity to acquire a quiet and spacious flat in one of the best areas of the city at a competitive price for the area.
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