Flat in the neighborhood of "Sant Gervasi Galvany" Reference: 1290
Builded surface: 100 m2
Land surface: m2
Quanima Real Estate offers this house to reform in the district of “Sant Gervasi-Galvany”.
It is a building from the 1970 corner with concierge service. The building being so large has a very low participation coefficient of 0.50%, in the case of any spill it is an economic advantage.
The house has 98 m2 and is to be refurbished, has many possibilities due to its structure on beams and is located at a height of 3º with east orientation. It has entrance hall, a nice lounge with access to a closed balcony, kitchen with access to laundry and small open patio as well as 4 bedrooms (two of them are doubles and the other two singles). The distribution is very good at present, because of the possibilities of reform it has can be left to taste. It is a well-lit and well-groomed floor due to the location and orientation, there is also a lot of distance with the buildings in front and that further favors the luminosity.
The district of Sant Gervasi-Galvany occupies the lower part of the old district of Sant Gervasi, between the Diagonal and the Ronda del Mig. The name Galvany became popular when it was adopted by the local market of the area, recovering that of the former owner of the surrounding land, Josep Castelló i Galvany. The Camp d’en Galvany urbanization began in 1866.It was a plot of land next to the Turó Park amusement park, which was later converted into gardens in 1934, following a project by Rubió i Tudurí in 1917.
This garden, together with that of Monterols and the small park of Moragues, are the green islands of a neighborhood with a marked residential character, combined with important commercial and tertiary activity, especially in the sector closest to the Diagonal and the axis vertical of Muntaner street. The Sarrià train has been one of the main elements of structuring and energizing the district, although its open-air passage for many years was a major danger and an urban barrier. Inaugurated in 1868, it was electrified in 1902. Between 1925 and 1929 the route was covered between Plaza de Catalunya and Muntaner, which led to the appearance of Via Augusta, the current central axis of the neighborhood.
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