3 Bed Apartment for sale

Murcia City, Murcia, Region of Murcia, Spain

£143,511

 [€159,900]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Features

  • Murcia city center
  • Terrace
  • Balcony
  • Lift
  • First floor

Full Description

Beautiful and spacious apartment in Murcia city center, area Juan Carlos 1. Just 1 minute Circular Plaza, next to the Hospital Morales Meseguer and only 5 minutes from the Corte Inglés and Gran Vía. Very spacious with large balcony / terrace and a storage room. Recent price drop from 209,990 euros, 189,900 euros.

- Very central accommodation, just 1 minute circular plaza.
- Near tram, hospital, supermarket, bars and all amenities.
- Very spacious 3 bedroom.
- 2 bathrooms.
- Spacious terrace - balcony of approximately 25m2.
- Storage.
- 1st floor and elevator.
- Sold furnished and equipped.
- A real luxury housing to live in Murcia.

Murcia is one of Spain's least known regions, even among Spaniards themselves, and first-time visitors are often surprised by the diversity of this small region and the friendliness of its people, Murcianos.

The community of euroresidents living in this region has grown in recent years, drawn by Murcia's attractive mountain villages, the beautiful coastline, Costa Cálida, low prices compared to more expensive Spanish resorts, one of the best climates in Spain all year round.





However, despite its growing popularity, the region remains relatively unspoilt compared to the more crowded Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca. Fruits and market-garden products are important to the Murcian economy, and are exported all over Europe. Murcia is also famous for its excellent tapas.


Where to visit and what to do in Murcia city:
Walk: Murcia is the perfect city for strolling around (and a terrible one to drive in, with very complicated one-way systems and crowded carparks). Everything worth seeing is within walking distance. The most famous commercial streets are Trapería, Platería and la Avda. Alfonso X el Sabio. The Paseo del Malecón near the River Segura is also a pleasant walk out of the city and then back again.
Murcia Cathedral: The cathedral proudly presides the Cardenal Belluga Square. It is a masterpeice from the Spanish Barroque period. The Episcopal Palace (18th century) is also located in the square. (See photo of the Cathedral of Murcia and the Episcopal Palace).
Casino del XIX: A Murcian institution in the Trapería - its ballroom is decorated in the style of Luis 15th.
Churches, Convents: Santa Ana church, San Andrés church, San Miguel church. San Nicolás church; San Juan de Dios church and museum, Las Agustinas monastery is just 5km away. Nuestra Sra. de la Fuensanta sanctuary (great views of the city).
Museums: the Cathedral museum, the Science museum, the City museum, The Religious Art museum (Museo de la Sangre - located in the Iglesia del Carmen), the Archeological museum, The Bellas Artes Museum, Salzillo museum, the Bullfighting museum.
The Murcian market-garden - very attractive scenery, Las Ruedas medievales de la Ñora are worth a visit in the nearby village of Alcantarilla
The Roman theatre (1826) still in use.

Shopping: The most typical things to buy to eat in Murcia are meat pies (including deer pie) from Bonache (in the pretty plaze de las Flores - Flowers square). Shops in the Trapería and Platería are also worth a look. The Verónicas market is good for famous Murcian market-garden products, fish and seafood.
Restaurants: See our guide to Restaurantes in Murcia.
Tapas: Murcia offers some of the most interesting tapas in the whole of Spain. There are a large number of bars and taverns with truly great tapas. The most popular are in the area around the Plaza de Flores (Flowers Square) and the University area called Santa Eulalia.

Murcia Cuisine: Rice dishes such as arroz caldero, fish and seafood from the Mar Menor such as lobster are unique and an absolutely essential gastronomic experience. There are many other Murcian dishes that have become popular throughout Spain. The zarangollo, bean omelette, the michirones, the olla gitana and the arroz with habichuelas, rabbit, potatoes in garlic known as al ajo cabañil. For desserts try the exellent paparajotes - lemon leaves fried in crispy batter and dusted in sugar and cinammon -, leche frita (fried milk!), fig sorbet...
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