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This industrial loft-style property used to be an old metal factory and was designed for independent, modern people that are looking for a truly unique home in the city centre.
The property measures 270-sqm of living area plus 230-sqm of terraces and have been completely renovated. It is distributed over three floors and is entered on street level.
The ground floor boasts a playful and informal living area with open plan fully-equipped modern kitchen, conserving some of the industrial design features of the factory. Several big ceiling windows provide the space with light.
The second floor comprises three bedrooms, one of which is a spacious 70-sqm en-suite with an amazing bathroom area. It offers massive windows that lead to a terrace and original supporting pillars, giving the place a unique character. There are two big terraces, built on two different levels.
The property is well-isolated, provided with air conditioning and underfloor heating and boasts amazing exposed brick walls, ceilings that reach up to 5 meters in height.
To support the luminosity of the apartment, it has been painted in white, and two strategic skylights have been placed allowing the property to enjoy natural light.
- Fully Renovated
- Huge private terraces
The property is located in the bohemian and still effervescent neighbourhood of El Clot, between what will be the future city centre of Barcelona, today called Placa de las Gloríes and the Poblenou neighbourhood.
It has its own Metro station and a train station with direct connections to the airport and the rest of Europe. Life feels good in Clot, with its village atmosphere, its own food market, its fantastic park, good schools, services and a multitude of bohemian bars and restaurants. All of this, just 15 minutes away from the seaside.