Bcn Advisors offers you the best properties for sale and rent in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. We provide a tailor-made service for each client and follow you throughout the process, by offering all the professional advice and support you need. If you want to enjoy a lively and close lifestyle without losing the exclusive sensation, Gràcia is your ideal area.
Gràcia is one of the most charming districts of Barcelona. Here, the most bohemian to the most cosmopolitan tendencies coexist, as well as life-long residents in a tremendously familiar atmosphere, close to that of a village. The tradition joins with new cultural initiatives that make this area an example of a purely Mediterranean lifestyle.
Gràcia features good services of all types: bars, restaurants, small shops specialized in any subject, cultural activities and a lively life in the squares and the streets, so you will not need to move to other places for your day to day. However, communication with the rest of the city by public transport is very easy, and you can also walk to Passeig de Gràcia to get to the centre on foot.
The Gràcia district includes more traditional areas such as the quarter of Vila de Gràcia and more exclusive ones such as the upper area, the neighbourhoods of Camp d’En Grassot i Gràcia Nova and Vallcarca i els Penitents, closer to Sarria – Sant Gervasi, which stands out for its Modernist architecture.
In Gràcia you will find cosy flats and also attractive penthouses with terraces that will make you enjoy that unique sensation of getting away in the middle of the big city. It’s a quiet area to live in. The flats are usually very spacious, over 85 sqm. They have high ceilings and large windows, which allow a lot of natural air circulation.
Finally, Gràcia is a great area for long-term investment. Its perfect combination of tradition and modernity maintains a stable demand that attracts many people, who are increasingly interested in living in this district. Therefore, it is a fairly safe option, both for renovating a flat and making a profit on its subsequent sale, and for renting it out.
It’s slightly over 4,100 euros per square metre, according to data from September 2020.
Among taxes and expenses, you should add between 10 and 12% to the agreed purchase price.
Its purpose is to set the final agreed price, the purchase conditions and the date of the public deed at the notary’s office. At that time, 10% of the amount must be paid.