This recently renovated building combines a cheerful and young design with an exceptional location, in the Sant Gervasi - Galvany district. The apartments have super sunny common areas thanks to their large windows, where you can share your best moments in Barcelona.
Each floor consists of two apartments. Each one of them has the capacity to be shared by a maximum of 7 people, accommodated in double or single rooms. The common areas have been designed as spaces to interact and build strong relationships with the other roommates, thanks to the open kitchens to spacious and bright living rooms.
Travessera de Gracia 43
The building is located at the intersection of the streets Travessera de Gracia and Muntaner, in the upper area of Barcelona, a few meters away from Avenida Diagonal. This is an area that has all kinds of services and shops. In the same street you will find supermarkets, gyms and all the services you need in your daily life. You are also just one block from Eixample and five minutes walking from the famous Gracia neighborhood.
Since the mid-19th century, when it was chosen by the wealthiest Catalan families to settle in their mansions or high-class homes, Sarriá-Sant Gervasi is considered the most prestigious neighborhood in the city.
Furthermore, it was one of the last towns to join the city of Barcelona. This is why it still retains its essence. Its narrow streets, stately houses and its unique architecture are still shining.
It is, the most desired area to live for its attributes of tranquility, abundance of green areas, multitude of services, good connection to the center by public transport, and variety of international schools and universities.
In Travessera de Gràcia, all the apartments have a young and fresh, super functional style and have large windows that bring plenty of natural light to all the common areas. Each apartment has 3 double rooms and one individual room, which share 2 full bathrooms equipped with a big shower. The kitchens are open to the living rooms for better use of the spaces and greater enjoyment of the common areas.See more