The residential area of Sarria -St Gervas is renowned for its many detached houses and beautifully kept gardens. Sarria was the last village to be annexed by Barcelona in the 1920's and still retains the structure of its old centre and is still a key central area. Barcelona's favourite son Antoni Gaudi has left his fingerprints all over this area. One of his works is the Torre De Bellesguard. This traditional apartment, with a rural feel, is perfect for two couples or a small group of friends. The living area is spacious and is covered with a magnificent arched timber ceiling with exposed beams running the length of the room. The floor is covered in an intricate parquet design. There is a large double sofa-bed in the middle of the room, a coffee table, a dresser and a flat screen TV. Stationed at the other end of the room is an open plan kitchen, complete with a dishwasher, oven, microwave, hob, fridge, freezer, toaster, kettle and a coffee machine.There is also a dining table for six. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with two single beds. They both have an airy and fresh feel and contain air-conditioning. The bathroom is beautifully designed and modern. The walls are covered with marble tiles and there is a bathtub, shower, toilet, bidet and a designer washbasin, as well as a large well-lit mirror.