3 Bed Apartment for sale

Torrevieja, Alicante, Valencia, Spain

£76,808

 [€87,500]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Habitable space: 85 m2

Full Description

This south east facing bright apartment for sale direct from the owners. 3 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms (one en suite). Located in the area known as Habaneras, not to be confused with the Habaneras shopping centre. The habaneras area of Torrevieja is located next to the bus station, and guardia civil station.
This property is being sold as seen originally constructed in 1999. This property is in an established robust area.
Walking distance to all the amenities making this an ideal property to live or have as a second holiday home here in Spain.
We offer you a one stop property service from our office in Playa Flamenca Orihuela Costa, only a 10 minute drive from Torrevieja.
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More about Torrevieja
Torrevieja lies about 50 kilometres south of the city of Alacant and had a population of 135,000 Torrevieja was originally a salt-mining and fishing village as it is located between the sea and two large salt lakes (Las Salinas), which gives Torrevieja the healthy microclimate.
Until 1802, Torrevieja existed only as an ancient guard tower, which gave the town its name (Torre Vella (Catalan) means Old Tower) and some labourers cottages. But in 1803, Charles IV authorised the movement of the salt production offices from La Mata to the town itself and allowed the construction of dwellings there. In 1829, the town was totally destroyed by an earthquake, but the basins were soon reconstructed and re-opened. In 1931, Alfonso XIII gave Torrevieja city status by special grant. During this period, there was also a growing market for flax, hemp and cotton.
In the 19th century, the salt was mainly shipped from the town by Swedish and Dutch ships. At the time, there was only limited demand from other regions of Spain, mainly Galiza and to a lesser extent, València. Although by the dawn of the 20th century, a quarter of all the salt harvested from the lagoon in Torrevieja was sold in Spain itself, and the rest was exported to foreign markets. Today, it is still an important industry in Torrevieja and a major employer. You can visit the Museum of Sea and Salt.
In recent years the local economy has hugely expanded due to the tourist industry. This includes both a strong contingent of British, Irish, Germans and Scandinavians, many of whom live there all the year round, and Spanish people who have a second home in the city. By 2004, Torrevieja had the largest number of British residents of all Spanish municipalities
Encompass Estate Agents have been established in the are way before 1999
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