Building in Barcelona Ciutat Vella
|City : Barcelona|
|Living area : 2874 sqm|
|Bedroom(s) : N/A|
|Property type : Building|
|Region : N/A|
|Price : €5,460,000.00|
Net Selling Price : 5,460,000 Euros + 5% fee
Spectacular property for sale with a useful area of 2874 m², dating from Modemist time, 1830 . It is a unique building in Barcelona , a true jewel for its interior beauty and beautiful exterior staircase.
It's a real piece of Catalan heritage. The building is located in the Ciutat Vella neighborhood, which is the most lively part of Barcelona with its numerous shops, restaurants, museum, art gallery and proximity to the beach.
This hotel particulier benefits from a sumptuous entree with an interior patio including spectacular arches and very tall columns that lead us to a very great porch with imperial style . The building interior retains its original decoration elements with beautiful fresque paintings adorning the walls and ceilings. Marble on the floor along with a ceiling covered with bronze moldings. 0n the walls , large original wooden windows as well.
This spectacular building is divided into 18 units, plus community areas and a large terrace .
We can get the detail tenants and contracts upon submission of LOI and POF.
The sale price is excluding VAT which is recuperable and transmissions taxes are 1.8 %.
18 units available within this hotel particulier
The historic heart of Barcelona is the Cuitat Vella, or Old City, home to the majority of the city’s tourist attractions and encompassing the districts of El Raval, Barri Gotic, La Ribera and Barceloneta. With its abundance of iconic architecture, world-class museums and historic sights, most visitors to the city find themselves spending the majority of their time in the Cuitat Vella.
Las Ramblas is the Old City’s main thoroughfare, separating the residential neighborhood and red light district of El Raval from the largely pedestrianized Barri Gotic, or Gothic Quarter. The Barri Gotic makes a popular starting point for a walking tour of the city, with sights including the historic Placa del Rei; the 14th century Palau Reial Major; the Gothic Barcelona Cathedral; the glitzy shopping street of Portal del Angel; the lively La Boqueria food market; and several Gaudi masterpieces, including the Palau Güell.
East of the Barri Gotic is the fashionable district of La Ribera and the small sub-neighborhood of El Born, also encompassing a number popular attractions. Key sights include the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Palau de la Musica Catalana, designed by modernist architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner; the Gothic Santa Maria del Mar Cathedral; the Picasso Museum; and the vast Parc de la Ciutadella, the city’s largest park, lying south of the landmark Arc de Triomf and including the Catalan Parliament building and Barcelona Zoo. Finally, the Barceloneta area runs along the coastline and is most famous for its eponymous beach – the city’s busiest beach, with 4.2 km of sandy coastline and a lively nightlife.