Housing in excellent condition on a farm with community pool and optional pkg space (NOT INCLUDED) on the same farm.Ground floor with a large terrace outside the community area, 117 m2 built (106m2 living area + 11m2 terrace), 3 bedrooms (two doubles (one of them outside the terrace and 1 single outside the neighbors' patio) + 2 renovated bathrooms.Living room with access to a large terrace.kitchen in good condition with access to laundry.Parquet floors, air conditioning.Building from 1977 with elevator and elevator with ramp for access to people with reduced mobility.Excellent location, next to Plaza España and Parc de Montjuïc, close to shops and the Las Arenas shopping center.
**(Refrain from intermediaries)** Housing located in the Font de la Guatlla neighborhood, a few meters from the Montjuïc fountains and 1 minute from the main access roads to the city: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes and Tarragona street.Very good location, in a quiet area and very close to establishments that offer all kinds of services: schools, shops...10 minutes from Estació de Sants.
ENERGY CERTIFICATE: Very good energy rating D (KgCO2 - 19) E (Kwh/m2 - 91)
The corresponding taxes and notarial expenses of the sale must be added to the sale price.
**The reported area of the property is that obtained from the electronic headquarters of the cadastre**
Area: Font de la Guatlla border with Montjuïc: One of the neighborhoods with the best views of Barcelona is the Font de la Guatlla, located in the Sants district, between Gran Vía and Montjuïc.This unique place, connected by Carrer de Sant Fructuós, has a lot of life of its own and a personality forged as a result of its relationship with the mountain, the city's largest lung, and the facilities at its feet, such as the CaixaForum Foundation, by the architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, dedicated to cultural activity.
La Font de la Guatlla is located with its back to the mountain, to be able to enjoy the good views it offers, but it has been connected at all times.The cultivation of alfalfa, wheat and fruit trees on Montjuïc gave rise to a rural neighbourhood, initially linked to the França del Poble-sec.Shortly after, they adapted to the arrival of industrialization, with an important weight in the district of Sants-Montjuïc, especially due to its proximity to the Zona Franca.Clear examples of this are the Casaramona fabric factory, installed in 1912 in the building that is currently the CaixaForum, and Can Butsems, which contained the original Guatlla fountain that gave the neighborhood its name.In this way, they readjusted their relationship with the mountain, converted since then into a leisure area as a result of the International Exhibition of 1929, which gave rise to the arrival of up to a thousand workers to the neighborhood, the Spanish Village or the now defunct Montjuïc Circuit.
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