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This is a website for buyers, owners, and sellers of property in Spain, offering reliable information and resources to help you get things done with confidence. It is run by Mark Stücklin, author of the Spanish Property Doctor Column in The Sunday Times (2005-2008), and the book ‘Need to Know: Buying Property in Spain’ published by Collins.
When you buy or sell property in Spain the sums of money are large, perhaps one of the biggest financial decisions of your life. The high transaction costs you will face like taxes and commissions only make the decision more important to get right. And when you own property in Spain you face a host of extra challenges to manage, and costs to control. Unfortunately, the Spanish property market is opaque and full of pitfalls, and notoriously unprofessional. Buying and selling property in Spain is not a decision to be taken lightly, and you may find it much easier to buy than sell if you don’t take care. In this market it is crucial to do your own research, and don’t rely exclusively on people who are trying to sell you something – let’s just say they might not have your best interests at heart. Spanish Property Insight is the only independent source of information and analysis of the Spanish property market. Don’t even think about buying or selling property in Spain without subscribing to Spanish Property Insight.
This funky loft-style apartment in Barcelona’s trendy Gracia district is new addition to my showcase of the most interesting new homes in Spain.
Located at Torrent d’En Vidalet 43, in Barcelona’s super-trendy Gracia district, this first-floor flat has 81m2, one bedroom, one bathroom, and a terrace of 14m2 looking out onto a quiet back area, with room to put a table and chairs for sitting out.
The interior style is designer-loft with high ceilings married with traditional local features like catalan ceiling vaults.
Clever use of a frosted glass wall for an interior patio brings in lots of natural light where you don’t usually find it in Barcelona apartments.
The fixtures and finishes are all stylish and of good quality, with cubed-tiles on the floor that give a sense of extra depth, and metropolitan tiles in the kitchen that always make a classy impression.
Everything is brand new, and all the common areas of the building are also stylish and totally refurbished.
Lift access to private underground parking is a further big selling point.
It’s offered for sale with one bedroom and one bathroom, but looks like it has potential to be two bedrooms and two bathrooms, one ensuite.
All the other homes in this building have sold quickly, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with the developer if you are interested.
THIS HOME HAS NOW SOLD. No longer possible to request more information.
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