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Buy an apartment in Eixample

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What to know before buying an apartment in Barcelona

Flanked by golden sandy beaches and blessed with a temperate Mediterranean climate, Barcelona is a thriving city that attracts 7.6 million visitors each year. Its modernist architecture, traditional tapas cuisine and buzzing nightlife entice many of these to stay and join its 1.6 million residents. With the property market experiencing an uptick, now is a prime time to buy an apartment in Barcelona.

Should I buy an apartment in Barcelona?

There are plentiful reasons to move to Barcelona, starting with the high quality of life enjoyed by its residents. The city enjoys over 2,400 hours of annual sunshine, high-quality education and transport systems, and 78 museums dedicated to art, history and culture. What's more, the pristine beaches of the Costa Brava are easily accessible by high-speed train. Barcelona was also rated the European Capital of Innovation in 2014 for its smart cities, biomedicine and nautical industries. As a result of this reputation for industry and its 2013 golden visa programme, more international buyers than ever are interested in the city's property market.

How much does it cost to buy an apartment in Barcelona?

Barcelona's apartments offer great value for money when compared with London or Paris. You can find refurbished apartments in the city centre for as little as €5,000 per square metre, though at the upper end of the spectrum you can expect to pay €20,000 per square metre for luxury penthouses. Traditional properties sell quickly, with buyer demand exceeding the supply. However, modern developments are helping fill this gap in beachfront neighbourhoods like El Poblenou.

Where to buy an apartment in Barcelona

With its wide, airy boulevards and eye-catching modernist buildings like Gaudí's La Pedrera, L'Eixample Dreta is one of Barcelona's most in-demand residential districts. High-end shops and outdoor cafés line its streets, and the area's apartments offer period features like parquet flooring and colourful mosaics. Positioned just up the hill from L'Eixample, Gracia is a tranquil district marked by open-air plazas, vibrant festivals and multicultural residents. Typical apartments here offer spacious terraces to soak in the atmosphere and abundant sunshine.

If you’re dreaming of old-world Barcelona for your holiday home, the Gothic Quarter won’t disappoint, with its winding alleyways and hidden courtyards. Living here puts you next door to medieval museums and Gothic cathedrals, just steps from the Plaça de Catalunya and La Boqueria market.

Meanwhile, Barcelona's elite gravitate towards the luxurious Pedralbes district, nestled in the Collserola hills. Here apartments offer expansive views over the city and shimmering sea, and often come equipped with swimming pools, terraces and lush gardens. This area is strictly residential, though it's only a short drive from the city centre. Another hilltop district is Sarria-Sant Gervasi and its El Putget i Farro neighbourhood, popular with young families for the tranquil green spaces and cosy eateries.

Whether you prefer a modernist penthouse overlooking the beach or a quiet artist's retreat in the hills, Barcelona's property market offers plenty of variety. With its growing tourism, technology and communication sectors, you can rest assured that an apartment here does double duty as both a charming residence and a smart financial investment.

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