High-end renovation of a large apartment plus terrace in a handsome moderniste building located in one of the best parts in Barcelona's 'Golden Quarter' of the Eixample Dreta

Contact Vendor

The apartment for sale

  • A grand and spacious first-floor apartment of 233 m2 with loft ceilings of 3.5m or higher, a large back-patio of 93 m2, plus a side terrace with a mosaic floor, a wine cellar, and a beautiful, ornate gallery off one of the bedrooms.
  • A high-end, stylish renovation of this property is underway that conserves period features such as nolla hydraulic floor tile mosaics, and a mudejar door frame and stained-glass windows in the gallery, whilst installing the very best contemporary fixtures and fittings.
  • The project envisages a smart distribution of the apartment into a night zone on the street side that enjoys the morning sun, and the day zone on the interior patio side, which gets the afternoon and evening sun.
  • The spacious back-patio is split on two levels, with an outroom on the top level creating interesting and valuable outdoor space that backs onto a quiet and attractive city-block interior with a remarkable industrial chimney from the 19th Century as the dominant feature. The patio is south facing, ideal for sunshine, and good views of the moon.
  • The apartment is on the first or ‘principal’ floor (the best floor) of a handsome moderniste building with an arresting façade that tourist stop to photograph.
  • The property can be purchased in its current state with a licence and project approved, or key in hand.

Location: Calle Bruc, Eixample Dreta (Right), Quadrat d’Or, Barcelona

  • This apartment is located at the top of Calle Bruc, on the south side of the street, just below Av. Diagonal, in one of the best locations to live in Barcelona.
  • This is the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample Dreta prime district known as the Quadrat d’Or, or Golden Quarter, so-called for its high concentration of moderniste buildings and golden investment potential.
  • Calle Bruc starts just above Av. Diagonal, and in this stretch of the street just below Diagonal lots of light gets in (thanks to the pleasant little square at the intersection of Bruc and Diagonal) but not much traffic, which means hardly any noise pollution. Furthermore, the traffic in Calle Bruc goes downhill, which is much quieter than streets that go uphill.
  • This location halfway between Paseo de Gracia and Paseo San Juan, and just below Av. Diagonal, is close to all Barcelona’s main attractions and public transport links to every corner of the city.
  • A couple of minutes walk to Paseo de Gracia, Paseo San Juan, and the trendy, youthful Gracia district, and surrounded by every kind of shop and establishment imaginable, including the fabulous Mercat de la Concepció fresh food market. The Gothic quarter and beaches are an easy stroll, or a cruise downhill on bikes, roller blades, or scooters.
  • Bruc is a street with a genuine neighbourhood feel, with local shops and restaurants, not just offices and businesses geared towards tourism. It’s a real ‘barrio’.

Calle Bruc, Apartment for sale

€ POA


Location: Barcelona Eixample, Barcelona province, Catalonia, Spain


Beds: 2 Baths: 2
Built m2: 235 Terrace m2: 110


Condition: New Development


Ref: 127-VG


Published at SPI: 1 month, 19 days ago


Tags: Aircon, Off plan / under construction, SPI Review, Walking distance amenities, Walking distance beach


Hot New Release, SPI Exclusive

This is a property advertisement provided and maintained by a third party, and does not constitute property particulars. The information and pictures (that may include CGIs/renders) published here are intended to give an overall impression, nothing more. Though published in good faith, SPI cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or validity of any of this information, and reserves the right to make changes at any time. SPI therefore accepts no liability arising from any reliance made by any reader or person to whom this information is made available to. As a general rule the price in €/m2, where available, is calculated using 50% of outside built terrace space, if any. Contact the vendor for definitive information, and never buy without the go-ahead from your lawyer.

SPANISH MAN - Mark Stucklin, spanish property man in Barcelona. PHOTO: Dwayne Senior/Sunday Times 19 APR 2005

Mark Stücklin

I have lived in the same building as this apartment for more than fifteen years, so I know the building and location well. I honestly can’t recommend a better place to live in Barcelona, and I think the apartment is an opportunity not to be missed if you have the budget.

High-end renovation of a large apartment plus terrace in a handsome moderniste building located in one of the best parts in Barcelona's 'Golden Quarter' of the Eixample Dreta


The apartment for sale

  • A grand and spacious first-floor apartment of 233 m2 with loft ceilings of 3.5m or higher, a large back-patio of 93 m2, plus a side terrace with a mosaic floor, a wine cellar, and a beautiful, ornate gallery off one of the bedrooms.
  • A high-end, stylish renovation of this property is underway that conserves period features such as nolla hydraulic floor tile mosaics, and a mudejar door frame and stained-glass windows in the gallery, whilst installing the very best contemporary fixtures and fittings.
  • The project envisages a smart distribution of the apartment into a night zone on the street side that enjoys the morning sun, and the day zone on the interior patio side, which gets the afternoon and evening sun.
  • The spacious back-patio is split on two levels, with an outroom on the top level creating interesting and valuable outdoor space that backs onto a quiet and attractive city-block interior with a remarkable industrial chimney from the 19th Century as the dominant feature. The patio is south facing, ideal for sunshine, and good views of the moon.
  • The apartment is on the first or ‘principal’ floor (the best floor) of a handsome moderniste building with an arresting façade that tourist stop to photograph.
  • The property can be purchased in its current state with a licence and project approved, or key in hand.

Location: Calle Bruc, Eixample Dreta (Right), Quadrat d’Or, Barcelona

  • This apartment is located at the top of Calle Bruc, on the south side of the street, just below Av. Diagonal, in one of the best locations to live in Barcelona.
  • This is the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample Dreta prime district known as the Quadrat d’Or, or Golden Quarter, so-called for its high concentration of moderniste buildings and golden investment potential.
  • Calle Bruc starts just above Av. Diagonal, and in this stretch of the street just below Diagonal lots of light gets in (thanks to the pleasant little square at the intersection of Bruc and Diagonal) but not much traffic, which means hardly any noise pollution. Furthermore, the traffic in Calle Bruc goes downhill, which is much quieter than streets that go uphill.
  • This location halfway between Paseo de Gracia and Paseo San Juan, and just below Av. Diagonal, is close to all Barcelona’s main attractions and public transport links to every corner of the city.
  • A couple of minutes walk to Paseo de Gracia, Paseo San Juan, and the trendy, youthful Gracia district, and surrounded by every kind of shop and establishment imaginable, including the fabulous Mercat de la Concepció fresh food market. The Gothic quarter and beaches are an easy stroll, or a cruise downhill on bikes, roller blades, or scooters.
  • Bruc is a street with a genuine neighbourhood feel, with local shops and restaurants, not just offices and businesses geared towards tourism. It’s a real ‘barrio’.

SPANISH MAN - Mark Stucklin, spanish property man in Barcelona. PHOTO: Dwayne Senior/Sunday Times 19 APR 2005

Mark Stücklin

I have lived in the same building as this apartment for more than fifteen years, so I know the building and location well. I honestly can’t recommend a better place to live in Barcelona, and I think the apartment is an opportunity not to be missed if you have the budget.

This is a property advertisement provided and maintained by a third party, and does not constitute property particulars. The information and pictures (that may include CGIs/renders) published here are intended to give an overall impression, nothing more. Though published in good faith, SPI cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or validity of any of this information, and reserves the right to make changes at any time. SPI therefore accepts no liability arising from any reliance made by any reader or person to whom this information is made available to. As a general rule the price in €/m2, where available, is calculated using 50% of outside built terrace space, if any. Contact the vendor for definitive information, and never buy without the go-ahead from your lawyer.