Which would be the first thing that you would take into consideration when you are searching for a place to rent in Barcelona? To be close to the beach? To look amazing? To have a spacious bedroom? A cheerful kitcken? Here we re giving you ll the right answers!

This is a gorgeous and quirky apartment with interesting details throughout. The building was built in 1863 but was reformed less than 10 years ago. 

The master bedroom is spacious. It has high ceilings with Catalan beams and leads out onto a balcony bringing lots of natural light into the rooms. It adjoins a 2.5m2 storage room with high ceilings.

The bathroom is attractive with marble walls. It is complete with basin, american WC and a large shower.

The kitchen with french windows is bright and cheerful, yet tranquil as it overlooks a quiet residential area. It has quirky catalan tiles on the wall and is complete with fridge, stove etc.  The living/dining area is spacious and inviting. It has parquet floors and is nicely divided into separate living areas. In this room there is a mezanine level which leads to a second sleeping space – great for when you need a bit more space for a guest! 

There is a small entrance with Catalan tiles on the floor.
There are large garages nearby where you could hire a parking space.

The nearest metro station is Poble Nou – just a few minutes walk. The beach is only a short walk from this gorgeous flat. The flat is 58m2 in total.

Have we given you all the right answers?! 🙂

Casamona Team


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