Female postgraduate students and professionals only.
A room is available for rent in a charming and spacious apartment in Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, Barcelona. You will be sharing the apartment with the live-in landlady, who is in her thirties and enjoys sports and yoga. the common areas are the living room, which opens up onto a balcony, the kitchen, the bathroom, and the laundry room. The living room is large and has a dining table and chairs that can seat up to 4 people. There is also a window which takes up a whole wall, letting in floods of natural light to the room. There is also a balcony which looks out onto the street. There is a fully equipped kitchen with an oven, a microwave, and a 4-burner stove, as well as plenty of storage space. There is also a laundry room with a washing machine, and a bathroom with both a bathtub and shower, a sink, a toilet, and a bidet. The bedroom itself has a beautiful and large built-in wardrobe, a double bed, a nightstand, and a heating unit.
The local area is residential and has a grocery store on the same road, as well as a nearby pharmacy. Les Très Torres train station is under a 2-minute walk away and can take you elsewhere in Barcelona.
Pets: not allowed
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Professionals
Restrictions: This property is only for Postgraduate students, Professionals
A view to a thrill
Upscale. Tranquil. Breathtaking.
In Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, you’ll experience true Barcelona style and beauty.
For one thing, it’s at the foot of Serra de Collserola. That’s a wooded mountain range just outside Barcelona. Come here for privileged views of the Catalan capital and the Mediterranean.
Popular areas are Sarrià, with its small-town allure, and upscale Les Tres Torres.
The transport links are top. In minutes you can be exploring mountain villages, shopping in the city or sunbathing on the beach.
The only problem is what to do first.
What can I do here?
Browse the boutiques on Carrer Major de Sarrià.
It’s a very old part of the city: winding streets, small stone buildings, hidden plazas – that sort of thing.
Stop by PuntoSmile. It’s a café and serves homemade quiches, pies and fruit shakes. All natural ingredients and spoonfuls of love.
Check if the patates braves (spicy potatoes) at Bar Tomás are worth the hype.
Take the Tramvia Blau tram and funicular up to the summit of Mount Tibidabo. The amusement park is here. It’s 100 years old. There are 25 rides for people of all ages. If you need a scandalously epic shot of Barcelona from above, come here.
Mount Tibidabo features in Joey’s backpacking story in season 8 of Friends. Nostalgia.
Can I afford it?
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