Magnificent manor with gardens in one of the quietest and most elegant passages in Putxet neighborhood, Barcelona, an ideal place to have a relaxing walk. Building, built in the late 19th century, fully rehabilitated inside, between 1988 and 1997 by Tobia Scarpa, Italian architect and curator of Venice for more than 20 years. Afterward, another renovation is done to complete the building and install an elevator.
The 640 sq. m house has 7 floors connected by elevator and distributed over four 131 sq. m floors, two 50 sq. m mezzanines, and a 15 sq. m rooftop. Two garden areas surround the main floor. The property access leads to a large open hall with a wall-to-wall library, a courtesy toilet, a dressing room, an office, and a large living-dining room with tall windows from which you can enjoy the English-style garden and the midday-afternoon sunlight. There's an open area in the mezzanine, ideal for relaxing or reading, as natural light comes in from the living room. In the first floor, there are 2 large suites, one with a dressing room. In the second floor there's a space currently used as study, which gives us access to 2 suites, both of them with natural light. The rooftop has a swimming pool in the middle, perfect to enjoy the area views. In the lower floors there's an equipped kitchen with access to the rear terrace, a living-dining room with a designer fireplace, a pantry-storage area and a room with a bathroom for the service.
The basement has a large cellar and water area. The materials used by the architect are unique and high-quality pieces that include; walls covered in marble dust, the main floor with mosaic from Venice made "in situ", marble brought from Italy in the rest of the house, and knobs and closures exclusively designed. Renting or buying a parking space a few meters away is possible.