Bonanova - Sarria Sant Gervasi
No. bedrooms: 9
No. bathrooms 5
Builded surface: 827 m2
Sale price: 7000000 €
Situation of the property
Bonanova , Sarria Sant Gervasi, Barcelona, 08035 Barcelona
E xclusive housing Modernist, unique in the area distributed in eight hundred and twenty-seven square meters and cataloged, designed &ada and built by the prestigious architect Enric Sagnier Vilavecchia, located on the Avinguda del Tibidabo and built in 1915.
The house is distributed over five floors, including the ground floor or basement, which includes the main access to the house and where two closed parking areas of seventy square meters in total and with capacity for approximately five cars and motorcycles.
The main staircase gives us access to the elevator of the house, or if you wish you can á Access walking to the entrance door. On the main floor there is a bathroom, a lobby with three bedrooms and boiler area, although it could be transformed into a wonderful apartment Independent for guests or create a fabulous multipurpose room for different uses.
On the Noble floor, we find the independent main entrance; we have a library, reading room, lounge, games room, separate dining room connected to the kitchen and office room (service) also has two Full bathrooms, one with original bathroom.
On the first floor we have found the master bedroom suite with bathroom and library, this bedroom has direct access to a small terrace with spectacular views of the entire city of Barcelona, on this floor we have a second suite with views of the street, independent bathroom which communicates with a double room and views of the garden. Double room with office and private bathroom overlooking the garden. Ironing room and another heating room.
The last plant houses three spacious rooms (currently to be renovated) in the form of a dome with impressive panoramic views of the entire city, sea and mountains. Two independent terraces overlooking the sea and mountains. The elevator accesses all floors of the house.
Sagnier's work is framed in the Barcelona of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the era of Modernism, in which there is a great boom in the construction of both official and religious buildings and de á Private area, highlighting the large mansions built by the Catalan bourgeoisie.
Modernism supposes a revitalization of all arts and crafts: eminently ornamental style, with the inclusion in the architecture of handicraft elements such as forging, stucco, ceramics, glasswork, and cabinetmaking; a, all reflected in this incredible Villa, in which we can see the moldings and rosettes on the high ceilings, the valances, the windows that allow light to enter all corners of the house. The majestic marble stairs, the impressive archways in doors, the worked wooden floors, friezes and busts.
To the rear of the villa there is a peculiar garden at two heights with different charming spaces surrounding this beautiful modernist jewel, located on the heights of the city with incredible views.
Very well connected, next to the Tibidabo funicular.