Exclusive apartment in an emblematic and prominent presence building, which is a reference element in the Ensanche area of Bilbao with an unquestionable quality.
Designed by architect Gregory Ibarreche, in the early twentieth century, who developed the project tenement of Jado Squared (1919) at the request of the Sota family.
It is considered the most magnificent and stately building that gives character to a fine representative area of the Ensanche .It becomes, for art and delicacy of the architect, in a great facade that maintains its main entrance on Ercilla street opposite Jado squared and extends, in a section of Colón de Larreategui street and Heros street.
The Building consists of three gateways, one for each street. These access leads to housing complex organized in two for corresponding stair landing .The houses occupy from the front of the facade, to the open yard, except for the central gateway.
Originally, It was a group of houses with clear destination to bourgeois and affluent classes, which is evident in their distributions with several lounges, most notably, living rooms with fireplace, entrance halls, dining areas and service areas.
The building has a basement intended for service areas, where the mezzanine and 1st floor storage rooms are located. The second floor becomes the main floor, this height marks the beginning of the lofty homes, followed by three others, and in the attic, households under cover.
Property located beside Jado Square. The design and construction of this square dates back to 1948, but has recently been completely renovated. This new leisure and amusement space, which has not lost its romantic usual style, has 3,500 square meters and stands out for its spectacular Three Lions fountain. It has wooden benches, 400 square meters of gardens and trees of different species, among others, birch, linden and sweetgum.
Less than 5 minutes from Moyua Squared, dedicated to one of its mayors Federico Moyua.
Moyua Square, also called Elliptic by its geometric shape of an ellipse, is the central place of the town.
Crossed by four major streets: Gran Vía, Alameda de Recalde, Elcano and Ercilla, giving e a special profile and makes have the opportunity to see a nice view of downtown and the surrounding mountains, as we found in the center of the "bocho”.
Comprises of several notable buildings, the Carlton Hotel which hosted the Basque Government during the Civil War, the Government Sub in Bizkaia, notable for the variety of balconies in its facade, the Axa Insurance Building, and a variety of trees and flowers very attractive, among them the beautiful tulips come from Holland every spring.
But the square is above all, a nice place for relaxation and recreation.
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