Modernist manor house located in Paseo de la Bonanova with 11 rooms and more than 850 sq m built on a plot of 750sq m. A unique house located in the upper town of Barcelona.
The property consists of three floors to 4 winds; Annex area office, kitchen and separate service entrance, several storage rooms and 2 garages with capacity for 7 parking spaces. It has 7 double rooms (5 suites) and 4 single rooms, living room, library, dining room, Chapel, lounges and offices.
We found an austere entrance hall of the house. With marble floor, highlight the embedding of a Rosa de los Vientos. This room leads to a distributor that runs on the one hand to a large living room that it communicates with the front terrace, and the other 2 cosy and intimate rooms. Then we found another living room with the Chapel and the dining room, both with access to the rear courtyard. The dining room has direct access from the kitchen, located in the annex to the rear courtyard. This service area has separate entrance.
A large distributor, leads to a large bedroom (suite) with office or living room and a full bathroom. On this same floor there is another large suite with office, bathroom and dressing area; a law firm and another double room with bathroom.
This top floor boasts: 4 double rooms; 4 singles and 2 full baths and a gym. And also, the access to the splendid terrace of more than 170 sq m and with curious modernists chimneys.
The House provides many conversion options and offers many use possibilities thanks to its elegant construction. It could be converted into: one or several private homes; a Consulate; a company or foundation site.
Single-family residential tower located at number 64 of Paseo de la Bonanova, was designed by Enric Sagnier Villavecchia in 1918 and classified as the Casa Joan Pujol, being who commissioned it.
It is without doubt a real estate unique jewel in the upper town of Barcelona, also known as the last great Lady of Paseo de la Bonanova, for being together with the Consulate of Mexico (Casa Muley-Afid built between 1911 and 1914 by Josep Maria Puig i Cadafalch) the last residential tower or House of Paseo de la Bonanova, that has not been converted into apartment blocks.
Inside, the house also bears the Sagnier stamp: for its elegant architecture and personal details. Inside the Tower coexist in keeping the sobriety and the sumptuousness of the early 20th century modernist style.