Barcelona Neighbourhoods and Real Estate
is a vibrant, lively city with an exciting nightlife and a lot of Barcelona real estate to choose from, whether you want to buy or rent. If you are looking for a holiday studio, you can find one for just €90,000, depending on the location. You can find studios with a renovated bathroom and a spacious balcony for this price, with a kitchenette and one bedroom.
If you are not looking for a holiday residence, you might be interested in Barcelona condos on sale. What about a quiet little place in the charming neighborhood of Sants? An airy, 50 m² top floor apartment in this district, with two bedrooms and one bathroom is typically on sale for less than €150,000.
Those of unconventional countryside tastes will delight in the rustic-style apartments in Raval, in Ciutat Vella. A studio of 30 m2 with a living room, a small balcony, a patio, an American kitchen and one bedroom costs about €160,000. The neighborhood itself is the oldest in Barcelona, with its name meaning the old city in Catalan. Running down Ciutat Vella’s center are the boulevards Las Ramblas
. Each of them has its specialty to offer. One Rambla is devoted to animal vendors, another to flower stands, while the lower Rambla houses contemporary art fairs. As you can see, this is a vibrant place to settle in and visit.
A two-bedroom apartment in Plaça de Prim near the beach with an area of 52 m2, recently renovated, and with one bathroom costs about €170,000. Another place to look for Barcelona properties is the area of Barceloneta. A two-bedroom apartment with a terrace in Barceloneta costs €162,000 on average. Barcelona realtors have different apartments and studios to offer. One option is a studio of about 30 m2, with one bedroom and one bathroom. Condos of this type cost about €170,000. If you are lucky, you will also get a communal terrace, right on the roof top. The area itself boasts many bars, restaurants, and a port.
A nice and comfortable 45 m² loft near Rambla del Raval with one bedroom, one bathroom and a living room with a balcony costs about €170,000. A two-bedroom apartment in the area of Poble Sec, close to Montjuic
, with one single and one double bedroom and a balcony of 3 m2 costs close to €200,000.
Those who want to take in the sights day in and day out can purchase a two-bedroom apartment with an area of around 75 m2 right across from the Picasso Museum in El Born. This is an exciting, touristy neighborhood, and apartments sell for about 200,000 Euros.
The Gothic Quarter of the city
is top-choice for foreigners in general. A studio of 35 m², with one bedroom and elegant rustic architecture, lying right next to Plaza Real, costs about €215,000. An elegant, two-bedroom apartment with a private balcony near the Sagrada Familia
sells for close to €270,000.
Those interested in Barcelona rentals could choose an airy, three-bedroom apartment in Barcelona City Center. You can opt for an apartment with an area of about 90 m2, located next to Plaza Urquinaona. Here, the rent comes to €1,500 per month. For the same amount, you can rent a first-floor apartment in the famous Eixample district
with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. In this price range, you can also get a charming family apartment in Zona Alta with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and with a balcony overlooking the street. If you are willing to pay €2,000 a month, you can rent a five bedroom house with two bedrooms, spacious kitchen, and a terrace.