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Villa – Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

3,200,000 €
£2,705,000
  • Total area
    501 m²
  • Land area
    995 m²
  • Bedrooms
    7
  • Bathrooms
    3
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Features
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden

Fantastic house with a wonderful garden of almost 1000 m², panoramic views over Barcelona and a large swimming pool, located in the beautiful Tibidabo Avenue that includes some of the most interesting modernist properties in the city and leads to the heart of the Sierra de Collserola Park. The property has been recently updated, reforming the kitchen and the bathrooms, placing a new parquet floor in all the house and painting the walls both exterior and interior, also a new boiler has been installed and reviews have been made in all the house to leave it ready to enter. Even so, the house has many possibilities to achieve different distributions and thus personalize it to the taste of the future owner. The house is distributed over several floors. In the basement there is the entrance for the parking and a wine cellar, on the ground floor there are two living rooms and the kitchen with an exit to the beautiful garden, on the first floor there are four bedrooms and a complete bathroom, on the second floor there are two more big bedrooms or multipurpose rooms and another bathroom and finally, in the tower above there is a viewpoint with panoramic views to all Barcelona. The garden has large trees, already grown bushes and numerous ornamental plants, so it is not a new garden, but an already consolidated one. Sarrià — Sant Gervasi is the largest district of Barcelona. It is a quiet neighborhood, far from the places most frequented by tourists. It extends to the Tibidabo mountain and on the Collserola mountain, the biggest green space in Barcelona. This neighborhood of Barcelona was born from the union of two old independent towns: Sarrià and San Gervasio de Cassoles. In the last century, the wealthiest families of Barcelona had palaces and mansions built as their second residence in Sarrià- Sant Gervasi to be able to spend their vacations there and benefit from its tranquility. It is composed of 6 different neighborhoods, which are El Putxet i el Farò, Sarrià, Sant Gervasi — La Bonanova, Sant Gervasi — Galvany, Les Tres Torres and Vallvidrera, el Tibidabo i les Planes, and the six are characterized by being residential, being close to the mountain, but being urban and having high standing housing. It is the most expensive district of Barcelona and it is located on Avinguda Tibidabo, one of the most expensive streets in all of Spain. Today, it is considered the ”chic“ neighborhood of Barcelona. There are private schools, clinics, embassies, many parks and green spaces. It is also a neighborhood that conserves a village aspect, especially in the part of Sarrià, where there are a great number of narrow streets and small squares. If you like nature, Sarrià — Sant Gervasi is your ideal neighborhood because of its many natural and urban parks and the Collserola mountain, you will have plenty to choose from! The Jardin del Turó del Putxet is worth a visit for its views of Barcelona, L'Oreneta, located on the edge of the Collserola Natural Park, the road to Les Aigües that crosses the mountain.

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A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).

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