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For sale without furnitures (possibility to negotiate the furnitures)

For sale 170 000 EUR

Bright and nice Apartment in a new renovated house in El Masnou available, just 14km away from the center of Barcelona. The Apartment accomodates up to 10 people. You can see the sea from the windows of the apartment. There are 2 bedrooms in total: 1 double bedroom with a double bed and 1 bedroom with 4 single beds. Furthermore there is 1 bathroom with a toilet, bath tub and a shower1 big living room with sofa beds and 1 folding bed, where 3 more people can sleep, 1 kitchen (full equipped) and 2 terraces with garden furnitures and a lot of light during the day. The beach and the center of EL Masnou are just 300 meter away from the apartment. This is the perfect accomodation for short term as well as long term stays. Smoking is only allowed on the terrace. Pets are not permitted.

ROOMS: 
– 1 double room with double bed.
– 1 bedroom with 4 single beds.
– Sofa beds in the living room, where 3 more people can sleep.

EQUIPMENT:
Elevator, hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee machine, laundry room with washing machine and dryer, bed sheets and towels available.

LOCATION: 
300 meter to the center of “El Masnou”
300 meter to the beach.
14 kms to the center of Barcelona.

HOW TO GET THERE
From the Airport “El Prat”:
Take the blue Aerobus (’huttlebus) A1 or A2 (depending on the terminal of arrival) until “Plaça Catalunya”.
From there, take the metro line L1, direction “Fondo” get off the metro at the first station “Urquinaona/’treet: Ronda de ’ant Pere” (you can also walk, it takes just 5 min by foot).

From this location (Ronda de ’ant Pere) take the bus 648 in direction “Rotonda Passeig de la Riera – Narcis Monturiol – Poble Espanyol”.
Get off the bus at the station “Avinguda de Joan XXIII – Berggueda”.
You are now only 8 min by foot from the apartment away.

SALE PRICE

170000

Number of bedrooms

2

Facilities

  • Condition: Bright
  • Fridge
  • Laundry room
  • Microwave
  • Toaster

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