Step into the exclusive loft at Balmes 335 in fascinating Barcelona, where vintage merges with industrial to offer a unique experience for entrepreneurs who’d like to begin embarking on a new career path and who are seeking privacy and an inspiring atmosphere.
University flat cleaning service
General apartment maintenance
Utilities: electricity, water and/or gas included
24hr emergency assistance
Support in administrative procedures
TV and PlayStation room
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Two bedroom private apartment
Meticulously designed, it combines original architectural elements with a vintage décor that evokes the essence of industrial Barcelona. The open and welcoming space provides a perfect environment in which to work and unwind, while maintaining the privacy you need for a peaceful and productive stay.
From 1938 €/month
1 bedroom with double bed
1 bedroom with single bed
Fully equipped kitchen
Welcome to El Putxet i la Farró
Hi! Allow me to introduce you to the El Putxet i la Farró neighbourhood in Barcelona, a privileged and authentic enclave that will undoubtedly make you feel at home.
It’s a neighbourhood located in the city’s heights, offering spectacular views. It’s a peaceful neighbourhood with a traditional feel, but it’s also vibrant and full of local shops that give it a unique touch. And here comes the most interesting part, especially for you, future world leaders. El Putxet i la Farró is a hub for education, with the Universidad de Barcelona and the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya just a stone’s throw away.
Plus there are a variety of post-graduate and master’s degree centres that provide a really attractive range of academic opportunities. Everything you need for your academic education is right here. In short, El Putxet i la Farró combines the peace of mind of a residential neighbourhood with the vitality of a university area, making it the perfect place for students. And to top it off, you'll enjoy stunning sunsets with views over all of Barcelona. Doesn't sound bad, does it?