Local café bar a few minutes away, close to 3 large golf courses. The beaches of the Mar Menor are 20 minutes away and San Javier airport 15 minutes by car.
A large covered terrace fronts the villa with the front door opening into a spacious lounge/diner with feature coved ceilings, air-conditioning fitted.
The modern kitchen is fitted with matching warm cherry finish wall and base units with granite worktops, appliances include electric oven with hob and overhead extractor, dishwasher, washing machine and upright fridge freezer, an outer door leads to the gardens and pool area.
Three double bedrooms.
Master having an en-suite shower room.
One other bedroom with fitted wardrobes,
Separate guest shower room.
8m x 4m swimming pool with raised coping, ideal as it prevents dust and leaves blowing into the pool built in BBQ and large sun terraces.
An outer staircase leads from the ground floor to a massive roof top solarium. This is one of only four villas on the urbanisation to boast a roof top solarium. The 360º VIEWS ARE STUNNING, encompassing the MAR MENOR in the distance, the local countryside and the mountains of Murcia.
The villa is fully walled and accessed by electronic entrance gate with off- road parking inside. Low maintenance gardens with tiled patios to front and side of the villa. Mature planting and decorative astra turf for those of you who still want to see grass!
Mains Electric & Water
Satellite TV & Internet Available
Security Entrance Intercom
Council tax in the UK is based on the assumed capital value of the dwelling whereas Council Tax in Spain is calculated on the rateable value of the property valor catastral and is applicable to resident and non-resident property owners alike. It is a municipal tax payable to the local Town Hall
Before You Can Buy a Property in Spain, You Must Have an NIE number – Numero de Identidad de Extranjeros, which, translated, means “Identity Number for Foreigners”. We can help arrange this for you.
Balsicas is a relatively large village only 12 kilometres inland from the Mar Menor. The village contains a mixture of old and new, which means there is plenty to look at as you wander around, stopping in the lovely park and seeing the asymmetric church. The old castle is sometimes open and is a real treasure trove of antique pieces, like massive doors, huge fireplaces and many other old objects. The weekly street market is held every Thursday afternoon and the train line connects Cartagena to Murcia, so offers some great day out possibilities.
Trains run everyday from here; south to Torre Pacheco and Cartagena and north to the city of Murcia and beyond, all the way to France if you really want a long journey!!
If the iron and wooden gates are open within the castle walls you can walk in and take a look around Ros Castle. The Spanish speaking caretaker is often only too pleased to show you all the beautiful reclaimed furniture including rocking horses, cribs, doors and tables.
Places of interest & ideas of things to do in Balsicas
• Village Centre: lovely park, church and selection of shops, bars and restaurants.
• Market: medium Thursday afternoon
• Train Station: trains to the cities of Cartagena and Murcia.
• Ros Castle: beside the church, if it is open go in and meet the caretaker.
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