Nice house in a very quiet neighboorhood with vineyards, 35 min from Barcelona

Nice house in a very quiet neighboorhood with vineyards, 35 min from Barcelona

Josep Miquel

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

This is a 4 floors townhouse. The first floor is the garage (for 2 cars). Second floor has the dining/living room, WC, the kitchen and toy room. This floor has access to a small garden/terrace. The third floor has 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms. The forth floor has the office room and a terrace. All furnished. Bed for 7 people. More pictures coming ...

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Who we are

  1. We are a family that are coming to Boston for the summer. Josep Miquel and Montse with our 9yrs old son and 5yrs old daughter live in Sant Sadurní. We are coming to Boston between July & August 2010 for a stay at Harvard University for 3 weeks.

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Your neighbourhood

Sant Sadurní d'Anoia (pop.13000) is the "capital" of the catalan champagne (cava), home of well known brands (Codorniu, Freixenet). Beautiful vineyard landscape with spectacular views of Montserrat. StSadurni is very well convenient located in Catalonia, only 35 minutes from Barcelona (frequent commuter train and buses to the city's core). 20 minutes to beautiful sea village of Sitges, 45 minutes to the Roman city Tarragona. Beatiful Catalan pyrinees at only 1.5 hours. Famous Costa Brava at 2 hours drive, etc. The languague of Catalonia is Catalan, but we also speak Spanish (both languages are official). Most young people have basic notion of English.

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