Apartments for sale - Sant Martí, Navas de Tolosa

€625,0002 bedroomsLast unit

Navas de Tolosa 273 is a building from 1936 being fully renovated. Keeping its essence, the facade and architectural elements will be preserved, adding a functional and contemporary touch in order to meet modern needs.

A five-floor building with a multi-purpose communal rooftop terrace with barbecue, designed to be shared with neighbours, family and friends. With a 2-bedroom duplex penthouse available for sale in Sant Martí, this beautiful apartment offers 58 sqm interior area, an attic with a 23 sqm terrace and a 4 sqm cosy balcony, including two parking spaces.

Carefully designed to create the ideal space to call home, this apartment is bathed in sunlight, offering a comfortable and enjoying living for those who choose to live here.

Why is this opportunity so exciting?

Located in a quiet part of the Sant Marti district, the modern design and features of this project are quite unique for the area. As the demand keeps rising and more buildings are being fully renovated, strong capital gains are to be expected in this area, with current rental yields up to 5%.

Why Sant Martí?

Previously named Camp de l'Arca this neighbourhood is located in the upper part of Sant Martí.

Once an industrial centre and home to the working-class, this neighbourhood was later on converted into a residential area. A mix between narrow historic streets, buildings modelling the elegance of Eixample architecture, high buildings and small houses, this barrio is a few steps away from the Rambla de Guipúscoa and a 15-min walk from the Torre Glòries and famous diagonal avenue. Offering a unique communal atmosphere, Sant Martí is home to many families wanting to live peacefully close to the centre. In the surroundings: small parks, various stores, a hospital, schools, gyms and multiple transit options.

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