Beautiful newly renovated indoor/outdoor apartment on quiet street in sants. This apartment was renovated with thought for quality and living in a space that connects fluidly with the outdoors.
The apartment is situated in a quiet inner coutyard comunal area of only 6 neighbours, off the street. It looks directly on to the inner patio through 3 large double glazed sliding doors that can open completely on to the outdoors comunal space on a summer evening. The windows also can be completely closed by automatic metal blinds for full security. The space is filled with light.
The apartment is composed of a large open space of kitchen/dining area and living room, 1 full modern bathroom with shower, and a double bedroom that can be open or cloed from the main space by a practical sliding door.
The apartment is renovated with quality materials and thought for every detail.
A must see ! Closest metro line is plaza de sants with blue and red line but also sants station with main lines and green metro line.
A five mn walk away you can find the lovely pedestrian streets andcafe lined squares of the sants old town along with its large park.
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Sants was previously an independent municipality until 1897. The area was a village with a strong industrial nature, home to two highly important industrial firms – La España Industrial and Vapor Vell.
Today, there is little left of Sants’s industrial past, and very few of the industrial details and traces remain. Instead, Sants has grown into a modern and quiet area. It is home to cosy little boutiques and bars, primarily on the area’s main street – Carrer de Sants, which also crosses the popular Plaça d'Espanya square.
Plaça d'Espanya is home to Las Arenas, a grand old bullfighting arena, today housing a complex full of shops, restaurants, cinemas, exhibitions, and, above all, a 360-degree view over Barcelona from the large roof terrace.
In Sants you can also find Mercat d’Hostafrancs – a calmer version of La Boqueria The market was built in 1888 and boasts a wonderful local atmosphere, with a wide array of fresh, high-quality ingredients. Parc de l’Espanya Industrial is a park that pays tribute to Sants’s industrial era. It houses a beautiful little lake, verdant lawns, and an impressive dragon crafted from metal by sculptor Andrés Nagel.
Sants has excellent connections, including Estacío Barcelona-Sants (Barcelona Sants Station), from where you can take direct trains to Madrid, the airport and other locations in Spain. In addition to the major train station, there are also several metro stations, from where you can be at Las Ramblas in 10minutes, and a number of bus lines also pass through the area to destinations throughout Barcelona.
There are plenty of charming smaller apartments in Sants, as well as opportunities to find the odd town house offering exciting accommodation opportunities.