Enric Granados apartment is located in the heart of Eixample neighborhood, sometimes called the Gold Square (Cuadrado de Oro), neighborhood that harbours the most modernist buildings in Barcelona, including the valuable architectural works made by Gaudi, Enric Sagnier and Domenech i Muntaner. Located on the second floor, this 90 square meters loft stands out through the presence of the natural colors, exposed brick wall and through the eclectic combination of several design styles. A distinctive charm is given by the high ceilings and the old restored door in original Catalan style, exposed copper pipes and paper lanterns. The colorful Boucherouitte Moroccan vintage rugs, made from scraps of material adorn the floor of the apartment like pieces of art, with the main ones placed by the sofa, making the perfect resting place for your bare feet as you relax with a glass of cava.
The bedroom and dining area have access to a glass enclosed balcony with view to the neighboring terraces. The kitchen is fully equipped with high-end equipment and it has a breakfast area that is endowed with all the essential elements. The bathroom is decorated in vintage style with pale yellow tiles, benefiting of a shower tub combination. Via DestinationBCN