In Hammet's novel "The Maltese Falcon," Sam Spade ponders aloud with the small sculpture in his hands, "It is made of that material from which dreams are made". This is the first impression I had, when the owner invited me to visit this fabulous architectural jewel, from the first moment you walk through its majestic main entrance. Like an elegant aria, the composition of this residence revolves harmoniously with the modernist and lordly estate. The light is the main protagonist and the spacious rooms take advantage of this preeminence projecting completely to the outside. Located in a listed, elegant and stately building, and in the noble part of Rambla Catalunya, the most privileged area of Barcelona with shopping areas, businesses and a great showcase of outstanding works of modernist architecture, we find this house of delicate finishes, located in a regal estate, maintaining Modernist elements in walls, floors, windows and ceilings, in an extraordinary state of preservation.
The apartment that originally had four bedrooms, now it has a double bedroom and a master suite, which has gained space in the day area with a large living room and a dining room. It also has another double bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen and a utility room.
The whole house is air-conditioned by gas radiators. Hydraulic paved floors that treasure history ans style. It has access to a large balcony and a delightful bow window overlooking Rambla Catalunya.
A journey back in time to the aristocratic life of the nineteenth century, which begins to cross the front door of the property, spectacular and completely renovated.