Exceptional property with private pool and port views for rent in Barcelona
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Size 140m² (1,506ft²)
Exclusive property with private pool and privileged views of Port Vell for rent in Barcelona, just a few steps away from the beach.
This fantastic penthouse apartment occupies the 5th and 6th floors of a new building in Barceloneta.
It is located just 10 minutes from the beach and boasts wonderful views of the port and Barcelona Old Town as well as the hills in the background.
The property was built in 2008 and its interior was designed with beautiful furniture and exquisite decor. The chill out area, the south-east facing terrace and the infinity pool all make this one of the most special apartments in Barcelona.
It is in a perfect location for work and pleasure in the city.
- Swimming pool
- Sea views
- Entrance hall
- Living room - dining room
- Fully equipped kitchen with enormous breakfast table
- Master bedroom suite with bathroom with 2 sinks, toilet, bath/shower
- Balcony with small table and chairs and beach and port views
- 2 further double bedrooms
- Bathroom with double sink, toilet and shower
- Utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer
- Living room
- Chill out area with sofas, fridge and bar
- 30 square metre terrace with table, chairs and sun loungers
- 10 metre infinity pool
- All with fantastic views of Port Vell and some of Barcelona Old Town
The Old Town (Ciutat Vella) can be divided into four main districts: the Gothic Quarter (Barrio Gótico), Barceloneta, El Born and El Raval.
El Barrio Gótico is located between Las Ramblas and Via Laietana and is Barcelona's most touristy area. When the Eixample was built in the 1900s, many residents moved out of the Barrio Gótico to take advantage of the better quality of life and the area became neglected. Over the last decade or so however, the area has undergone a massive regeneration which has seen the tourists flood in, crime go down and the value of properties rise.
The area also boasts some of the finest music venues in Europe including the Gran Teatre del Liceu Opera house and the stunning Modernista Palau de la Música, as well as the Picasso Museum and the city's main Cathedral.
Las Ramblas merges into El Raval, which is currently undergoing some major renovation and gentrification. With a slightly more edgy, bohemian vibe than the other quarters of the Old Town, El Raval is home to some great bars, the MACBA Contemporary Arts Museum, a new university campus and several other places of interest.
At the lower end of the Gothic Quarter you'll find El Born, Barcelona's trendy vibrant quarter with its maze of narrow winding streets, independent shops, exciting eateries and historical buildings. El Born borders the Park Ciutudella (home to the city's zoo), on one side and the former fisherman's quarter Barceloneta, on the other.