Reference: P HORTA
Lovely apartment of 95 m2 with a swimming pool located in the quiet area of “Horta”, north-east from the city centre of Barcelona. The apartment has 3 bedrooms (1 double and 3 single bedrooms ) 2 bathrooms, a 10 m2 terrace to relax, a fully equipped kitchen and a living room of 30 m2. The building is in very good condition with a garden and a swimming pool for you to enjoy. The apartment is not far from the city centre, you can be at “Plaza Cataluña” or on the beach within 25 minutes by bus or Metro. There is also a parking available for 60 EUR/Month and 10 EUR/Day. Smoking allowed on the terrace. This apartment is located at the third floor with a lift in a building with a caretaker. The owner wants respectful and calm people.
Heating, Washing Machine, Dryer, A/C, Microwave, Fridge, Coffee Machine, Electric Iron, INTERNET/WIFI, Dishwasher, Oven. TV. Bed sheets and towels available.
3 single bedrooms of 8 sqm each and 1 double bedroom of 12 sqm. All very comfortable, sunny and quiet with a large wardrobe, a table for working and INTERNET/WIFI . There is lot of space to organize your personal belongings. There are 2 bathrooms in the apartment, both with a shower and a toilet.
3 min walk to the Metro station “Horta”.
1 min walk to the bus stop number: 19 & 45 (for the centre and to the beach)
10 min walk to “Turó park.”
25 min by Metro to “Plaza Cataluña” and the “Gothic” district
25 min to “Barceloneta” beach by Metro or bus
2 min walk to the shops.
1 min walk to “Paseo Maragall”
PRICE PER MONTH
1 to 5 Pers/Month/ 1500 EUR. Agency fees not included + deposit
Please see the calendar for vacancies. The reservation can be made using the enquiry form above. The agency fee has to be paid in advance. The rent has to be paid on arrival at the apartment when receiving the keys. A copy of your passport is requested by the owner of the flat.
HOW TO GET THERE
- 3rd floor with lift
- Bathroom x 2
- Bed sheets and towels available
- Bed: Double
- Bed: Single x 2
- Chair x 4
- Coffee machine
- Condition: quiet
- Condition: sunny
- Cooker: Induction hob
- Cooking utensils
- Floor: Stone
- Furniture: IKEA Style
- INTERNET WiFi
- Iron & Ironing board
- Washing machine
Horta-Guinardó is Barcelona’s third largest district and is located in the north-east of the city, between the districts of Gràcia and Nou Barris. It is characterized by its uneven landform consisting of mountains, hills and valleys. Its profusion of green spaces makes it one of the most attractive places for those in search of peace and quiet in the open air.
The history of Horta-Guinardó can be traced back to 965 AD, and the old valley of Horta, which is now known as the Vall d’Hebrón. This is where the village of the same name was founded. Like Gràcia, Sants, Sant Martí, and other villages around the city, Horta was annexed to Barcelona, but somewhat later, in 1904. It was a mainly rural area and wasn’t developed until the 1950s when people from Catalonia and the rest of Spain came to the city in search of work and settled here.
Nestling among the slopes of these neighbourhoods, we can discover authentic jewels of Barcelona’s architecture and cutting-edge art, such as the Pavilion of the Republic andJoan Brossa‘s sculpture “Poema visual” (Visual Poem). And in sharp contrast, in the old quarter, you can enjoy the narrow streets and small squares which remind us of the rural past of this former village, such as the Plaça d’Eivissa and its environs, and the old sinkson Carrer Aiguafreda, where people used to take their laundry.
Together with first-rate healthcare facilities, such as the Vall d’Hebron medical complex and the Llars Mundet hospital, the district has outstanding green areas and recreational zones which include part of the Parc de Collserola; the Parc dels Tres Turons, with the spectacular Mirador del Turó de la Rovira, a natural lookout point (262 metres above sea level) which boasts 360º views of the city and has the added value of being the site of the anti-aircraft battery that defended the city from the bombing raids by fascist planes during the Spanish Civil War; and the wonderful, late-18th-century neo-classical-styleParc del Laberint, with its pond and intricate maze of pollarded cypress trees.
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