REF: ES241


Santander / Cantabria Show in map
850.000€ I'm interested

Who has not wanted to live in one of the most beautiful streets in the center of a city with views of one of the most charming natural bays in the world, surrounded by architecture, museums, a promenade and a few steps from spectacular beaches of fine golden sand? ? In this property you will find all this and much more.

Almost one hundred and fifty square meters with an excellent distribution, spacious rooms, high ceilings of almost four meters in contrast to other areas where they are lower, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen and a more than generous living-dining room.

This charming property on the first line, gives off that mysterious and romantic essence of an apartment in the center of a large European city, it also has three wonderful balconies that offer privileged views of the Bay, the mountains. The Architecture, the Sea and its Light, will make contemplating such a landscape every day a gift for the senses.

Its urban, central, cosmopolitan enclave, located in an emblematic place in the city such as Paseo de Pereda, a few steps from the Gardens that also bear the same name, the Plaza Porticada, a place where cultural activities and different world-renowned music festivals, the spectacular Botín Center where all the contemporary art of the city meets, the shopping area and endless possibilities, make this home an object of desire where you will be looking forward to starting your new life.

Located in the noble area of ​​the urban center, the house has the best South orientation, fifth floor of the building that allows you to look out on the emblematic Bay that embraces and orders the elegant city of Santander.

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Santander / Cantabria

Paseo de Pereda is a long street in the city of Santander, in Cantabria (Spain). Located in the urban center, it houses a long promenade parallel to the pier line, and reaches Puertochico. It is contemplated throughout the whole of the bay of Santander.

The 1941 fire did not affect this central thoroughfare, making it one of the oldest in the city. It forms a set of buildings that range from the end of the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century. A few years ago it was declared a Historic-Artistic Site.