2 Bed Townhouse for sale

Daya Nueva, Alicante, Valencia, Spain

£76,342

 [€84,495]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2

Full Description

We are pleased to be able to offer this "LOVELY SEMI-DETACHED TOWNHOUSE", situ­ated in Daya Nueva. As you walk up to the prop­erty you have a large front area that has gates to provide off road car parking as well as room for a table and chairs to relax in the afternoon sun. You then enter the property and walk into a large lounge/dining area, which has ceiling fans, from here you continue down and to your right you have a ground floor shower room and toilet followed by a good size kitchen, which has lots of natural light and provides access out to back courtyard.\n\nMoving back inside, you have stairs that take you up to the first floor, where you have to your right the master bedroom, which has fitted wardrobes, a ceiling fan and patio doors that take you out onto a Juliet balcony, next you have the family bathroom/shower which is a good size and then you the guest bedroom, which has fitted wardrobes and a ceiling fan. The stairs then take you up to the solarium which is a reasonable size, but it needs a little work to make the space work better! The associated fees linked with this property are: Community Fees of 100 euros per annum & Suma Fee of 200 euros per annum.\n\nThe prop­erty is just a short walk to the com­munal pool, you can also walk into the village, which has several res­taur­ants, shops and bars and only a short 10 minute drive to the lovely beaches of Moncayo and Guar­damar.  This prop­erty is available for 84,495 euros and open to sensible of­fers and furniture if included will be as per agreed Inventory List, so con­tact us now to ask any spe­cific ques­tions or to ar­range a view­ing!\n\nHere is a little about Daya Nueva: It is a small municipality of about 2.000 inhabitants, located to the southeast of the province of Alicante, in the Region of Bajo Segura, It is located in a privileged enclave, in the centre of said Comarca, only 12 km. of the coast. The name comes to Daya of its Arab origin and means “small depression closed”. Like most of the localities of the region, it belonged to the Realengo Oriolano until the middle of century XII. What began as a mudéjar aljama in the middle of this century, will end up being, after several conjunctures and hereditary successions, barony under the dominion of the Marquises of Two Waters. In February 1974 an unusual event occurs in the whole region, as was the annexation of Puebla de Rocamora, an adjoining municipality whose population centre was just over 1 km. From the centre of Daya Nueva.
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