This large first floor modernist apartment with a terrace is located at Plaza de Tetuán, Barcelona. This regal building, built in 1901, has a total of six floors, with a terraced roof on top. It has a spacious entrance hall and a large central courtyard, both beautifully decorated and with marble floors. The ceilings in the entrance are well decorated and the space has impressive stained windows and metal forgings going up the stairs.
This apartment’s central location permits its inhabitants to enjoy all the possibilities our city has to offer.
This first floor apartment, due to its orientation, benefits from the morning sun from Plaza Tetuán on one side, and the afternoon sun from its peaceful interior patio on the other.
Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 2
Property size: 253 m2
Large terrace, top location
It boasts an enormous interior surface area of 235m2, with an additional 10m2 of balcony space and an 84m2 terrace, giving it a grand total of 330m2.
Currently the space consists of a lobby, a kitchen, a dining room, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a laundry room, a games room, and its balcony and terrace. The apartment has maintained all of its original modernist elements in good condition, such as its mosaic floors, its interior and exterior woodwork, its glass windows and its coffered ceilings – which reach an impressive four meters in height.
This modernist apartment and its terrace really do have great potential. Spacious apartment with original finishes.
This regal building resides within the special Assembly of the Eixample Cerda and the conservation sector of the Eixample from the beginning of the last century, ensuring its future preservation.
The buildings façade is classic of those of the ‘Ensanche’, or the widening of the city, with a symmetrical design and distribution of balconies. The large main door is made of solid wood and features forged floral designs and motifs. The ground floor and first floor are lined with stone and the upper floors stucco, imitating Ashlar. The wrought iron balcony railings are all original, as are the wooden shutters. The brackets and lintels along the balconies are decorated with ornamental stone designs, depicting floral and domestic scenes.
Both the buildings façade and this apartment inside have retained a good state of preservation, and have also maintained original features such as their cornices, coffered ceilings, and their rosette decorations throughout. The original woodwork has been preserved in all the rooms except for the bathrooms and the kitchen, which were previously refurbished. The windows of the inner courtyard feature glass with engraved floral motifs, and the windows to the buildings façade have a more modern sliding mechanism. Finally, the inner gallery has two original wrought iron pillars and large stained glass windows. The kitchen and the bathrooms have been renovated.