The apartment has a rectangular, elongated floor plan, which is accessed through the center, dividing the floor into two halves, a day area with a living room and kitchen facing the Passeig Sant Joan and another where the bedrooms are located facing the interior of this particular set of buildings. At the back there are two double bedrooms, one of them with its own bathroom and the other with access to the south-west facing terrace that can be converted into an office or second living room of the house. The central part of the house counts with two other single rooms that share a full bathroom together with the other double room/office. The two interior rooms open onto an interior patio and have, like the rest, fitted wardrobes. In turn, the central part of the house has a laundry room that vents to another interior courtyard of the building. The kitchen is located next to the entrance hall of the apartment and its metalwork with glass gives a semi-open aspect to this central element that connects with the main room of the apartment, the living room with access to a large terrace overlooking the Passeig Sant Joan.
The location is very particular since it is located on the border of Eixample and Gracia and is located on one of the most famous avenues in the city. It is located a short distance from Avenida Diagonal and halfway between the Sagrada Familia and Passeig de Gràcia and has two nearby metro stops and as many bus lines that allow a quick and easy connection to the rest of the city. The neighborhood stands out for its architecture, its traditional Barcelona atmosphere and the wide commercial, cultural and gastronomic offer.