Apartment, Barcelona, El Raval

Reference JO00201

Warm and inviting apartment on the beautiful palm tree lined Rambla del Raval

  • Price: 372.000€
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Type: Apartment
  • Build: 74m2
  • Plot: 0m2
  • Pool: No
  • EPC: E
    • ITE Aptidud
    • Covered Parking
    • Apartment Floor Nº: 3
    • Lift

We have the honour to present to you this charming apartment in the very best location of El Raval surrounded by palm trees, authentic restaurants, and cafes. Within walking distance to the lively centre of Barcelona full of shops and entertainment, you'll find yourself with absolutely everything you need nearby,

The apartment opens to the spacious palm-tree lined Rambla del Raval, allowing each window to showcase beautiful greenery. You'll feel right at home in the double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and, as a special plus, a projector to watch movies from the comfort of your bed. The individual bedroom also serves as an excellent office, with a second full bathroom for guests as well. The large living room offers a comforting space to relax and more than enough room for hosting dinner parties. The bright kitchen is fully equipped and even includes a pantry and storage room across the hall. The apartment sits on the third floor and showcases nice views and a peaceful space.

The building was constructed in 1995 and offers a unique entrance, lift, garage with an optional parking spot of 23.000 euros, and best of all, a well-built and quiet home to relax. As soon as you leave the house you are free to walk to all the hot-spots in Barcelona. It's well-connected to busses, nearby metro stops, and the nature of Montjuic's gardens is just a short walking distance away. You can buy your fresh groceries daily from La Boqueria or the Sant Antoni market. The nearby neighbourhoods of Poble Sec and Sant Antoni are full of trendy restaurants and shops to enjoy your evenings and weekends. You'll never be bored living here!

Don't hesitate to contact us for any questions.

About El Raval

Until 1988 Raval was Barcelona’s red-light district, and the name was synonymous with poverty and criminality. Eventually, Barcelona’s council decided enough was enough and invested a great deal of money in transforming the whole area.

Today, Raval is a multicultural, trendy and buzzing district with personality and character by the bucket-load. The area’s historic heritage can still be seen in parts of Raval, but as you walk through the area you will see plenty of cranes and ongoing renovations, bearing witness to the ongoing development of the area, as slowly but surely it cuts more and more ties with its past. A wonderful mixture of Spanish and international culture has developed, reflected more than anything in the generous assortment of restaurants and bars that have sprung up in recent years. Here you can also find Barcelona’s best range of vintage shops.

Over the years, Raval has become a popular area for expressive art and culture, and you can plenty of art studios, galleries, bookshops and artisan boutiques along its streets. Raval also features the likes of the world-famous MACBA art museum, the CCCB exhibitions centre, and on Carrer Nou de la Rambla, the building ‘Palau Güell’, designed by Gaudí.

The area is characterised by smaller apartments – averaging 50squaremetres – often in turn-of-the-century buildings. The prices here are still significantly lower than other parts of the inner city. As renovations and continued clean-up operations progress, prices are expected to increase to levels similar to those of other parts of the old town.