In the upper part of Barcelona rises majestically a stately house dated in 1900. But it is not a normal property as it is a project of the architect Bassegoda, a disciple of modernist architect Antoni Gaudí.
The mansion is located in the Sarrià district – Sant Gervasi, known as the “green lung” of Barcelona, near the Turó del Putxet park, and from its garden, among leafy trees, you can enjoy one of the best views of the city with great privacy.
The property consists of a 3-storey building surrounded by modernist vestiges, a private pool and a barbecue area. Its interior is characterized by large spaces, full of charm and unique personality, conferred by the architectural and life history between its walls. It offers great versatility thanks to the dimensions of the bedrooms connected with large rooms.
The beauty of the property lies in maintaining much of the original interior design and ornate stained glass windows, ornate ceilings, vaults, lamps and fireplaces.
In short, we speak of a single piece well worth a visit.