Ausiàs March 49
- Completion Q4 2020
Ausiàs March 49
Ultra-modern building comprising a 3, 4 or 5-bedroom apartment with 120m² of terraces with a pool on the first floor, ten 2 or 3-bedroom apartments on the next five floors and a spectacular 3, 4 or 5-bedroom duplex penthouse on the two upper floors, boasting fantastic terraces on both levels with a jacuzzi and breathtaking views over the city of Barcelona. Parking and storage is included in the same building.
The apartments have been beautifully designed by prestigious architect firm GCA Architects, combining new technology with a cutting-edge design. This is reflected in the exceptionally high quality finishes and materials used, including:
- Natural oak parquet flooring
- Modern, luxury Bulthaup kitchens, fully equipped with high-end appliances (oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher) and white marble countertops and splash backs
- Utility area with washer/dryer
- Double glazed windows
- Energy efficient installations including aerothermal heating and air conditioning systems
The spacious apartments measure from 125m² and benefit from high ceilings and large windows, ensuring abundant natural light. There is the option to add a fourth bedroom to the principal floor apartments and a third bedroom to the other apartments at an additional cost. These beautifully renovated apartments would make an ideal primary residence, investment property or pied-à-terre. Due to their proximity to Plaça Catalunya and Paseo de Gracia the properties are extremely well connected to the entire city, the beaches of Barcelona and the recently refurbished Marina Port Vell.
Barcelona is one of the world’s leading tourist and economic centres. Its influence in commerce, education, sport, entertainment, media, fashion, science and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world’s major global cities.
Eixample, which in Catalan means 'extension', is Barcelona's most centrally located neighbourhood. The area is characterised by its streets designed in a grid pattern, the vision of architect Ildefons Cerdà, who combined the needs for traffic flow with light and ventilation.The needs of the residents were also taken into account so you can find schools, hospitals and markets at almost every few blocks.
Art Nouveau and Modernista architecture dominates the area, in particular that of Antoni Gaudí whose works La Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló, and La Pedrera can all be found here. There are also many new buildings as well as offices, markets, restaurants, hotels, cinemas and international designer stores.
It is also the central business district of the city where the Stock Exchange and banks' main offices are located. The city's stunning main boulevard Paseo de Gracia divides the district into 'Eixample Left' and 'Eixample Right' and merges into the district of Gracia.
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