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We sold an exclusive property in Sant Cugat to an international client

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Last week this wonderful property located in Sant Cugat, Barcelona, was bought by a financial director from Holland for an asking price of 2.050.000€. He know about us through the national real estate website Habitaclia.

The property is located in an unbeatable area near Sant Cugat city center. The house has high quality finishes in all its 680 sqm. The ground floor has a room of 80 sqm with direct access to the large plot of 691 sqm that has a garden area with an impressive swimming pool. The kitchen is a wonderful space of 30 sqm completely equipped with high tech appliances.

On the first floor, there are 3 bedrooms -2 suite and 2 double bedrooms-. On the second floor, there is a game room with fireplace. The property counts also with gym and sauna and Turkish bath. The house has LED lights inside and outside, home automation system, audio system throughout the house and solar panels.

Sant Cugat is a modern city that has managed to find the balance between both the residential and the entrepreneurial city. It offers a high lifestyle because of all amenities and services it provides, at the level of a great metropolis like Barcelona so it has become over the years in a prime residential area. It is as well a green city, because a large part of the town is within Collserola Park, the lungs of Barcelona, ​​a natural area where walking, hiking or biking, with spots of exceptional beauty. The closeness to Barcelona and the ease to get there by public transport is also an advantage thus turning it into a unique location. Sant Cugat is 15 minutes from Barcelona, well-connected by train, tram or car. The city retains its historical “village” characteristics with pedestrian streets, shops and history.

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