A new concept of efficient and sustainable housing!
The apartment is located on the ground floor and has a flexible layout, which can be 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms. The spaces are spacious, have large openings and are bright.
Access is through the north facade. The distribution is based on the location of the kitchen and bathroom in the central area. From here there are four rooms of 12m2 that can be connected or independent without doing any works according to the use that you want to give it: bedroom, study, living room, ... On the south side there are two 2.85m2 galleries that are terraces in summer and stands in winter. It has a 40m2 patio.
It is a healthy home thanks to organic materials, including wood, which regulates indoor humidity. The installed aerothermal systems and continuous ventilation with heat recovery guarantee the quality of the indoor air. It has the highest energy rating (A), with cross ventilation and a semi-outdoor space that provides shade in summer (terrace with rope blind) and scalphor in winter (south gallery). It is a building with almost zero consumption.
The finishes are of high quality, the closures of high performance and the glasses of low emissivity.
There is an option of parking within the same building from € 15.500.
The location of the building offers optimal connectivity: bike path at street level, Girocleta and diver stops 3 minutes away, bicycle parking area in the same building. In the closest environment there are green areas and bicycle routes. The AP7 motorway exit is 5 minutes away by car and the train / bus / AVE station is 15 minutes by walking.
The area has schools, sports, cultural and health facilities (Hospital de Sta. Caterina, future Josep Trueta University Hospital and health campus and the new Girona Clinic).
It's special because…
The large windows make the house have an intense relationship with the outside world.
The long views from facade to facade give a lot of interior space.
The space created in the gallery on the south facade depending on the time of year is very interesting: in summer it is a shady terrace and in winter a solar collector (bioclimatic architecture).