A comfortable two bedroom 60 m² apartment located in the L'Eixample Dreta district, a fantastic area to experience local Barcelona life. This lovely flat has been recently renovated and has a fully equipped kitchen, a modern bathroom and a spacious outdoor terrace offering a fantastic space to relax and unwind in the sun after a busy day at work or at university. The beautiful terrace can be accessed through the living area. The sunny living area is equipped with a big and very comfortable red sofa, a flat screen TV and a storage unit. Towards the right of the room you can find a dining table with four chairs and also the two glass doors to access the terrace, which is a lovely feature of this apartment. In this fantastic outdoor space you can find a round table with some chairs, the washing machine and some ropes to dry your washing. You can enjoy of this terrace rain or shine, as there is an area that is covered by a plastic roof, which offers you cover from the rain and also provides shade in hot summer days.
Located on the second floor of a building equipped with an elevator. Heating is provided by a heat pump and air conditioning is available in bedroom 2 and the living area. The water heater operates on electricity. You can dry your washing using the rack in the terrace. Power, water, gas, Wi-Fi, heating, rubbish collection and community fees are included in the rent.
The closest metro station is Verdaguer (line 4) and is located at a short six minute walk from the apartment.
The English speaking landlord does not live on the property and requires one month security deposit required. Smoking is permitted. Rent can be paid by cash, credit card or bank transfer.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students
L’Eixample Dreta: Situated to the right of the Passeig de Gràcia, this upper middle-class part of L’Eixample (built in the 19th century as Barcelona outgrew the confines of the medieval walls) is ripe for Modernist Catalan enthusiasts. You’ll be able to live amongst Gaudí’s La Pedrera (or Casa Milà) and Sagrada Família. Many other Modernisme structures can be found here, and many are declared UNESCO World Heritage sites. You’ll also find the Arc De Triomf, which greeted visitors to the 1888 World’s Fair (Exposició Universal) and one of the reconverted pavilions: El Palau de la Justicia or El Castell dels 3 Dragons. La Monumental, the only bullring left in Catalunya (even though bullfighting is now banned), is also in this area.