AMAZING APARTMENT - €800 per month
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We are really pleased to be able to offer this "STUNNING APARTMENT" which has a total build size of 100m2 and is situated in the prestigious Villa Puerto Beach Complex, Altea. This apartment benefits from being inside an enclosed urbanisation, with its own concierge and private car parking. The apartment offers a separate kitchen and utility room, two good size double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, two bathrooms and beautiful wrap around terrace that provides an amazing space for alfresco dining or juts chilling in the evening and taking in the views across the beach and the sea beyond, it is really is an idyllic setting! This apartment offers the following additional benefits: Air-conditioning, modern kitchen, videophone entrance system, private car parking, internal lifts, communal pool and frontline sea views to name just a few!
What else can I say, apart from you really need to view this amazing apartment to fully appreciate its location and what it has to offer, as it is literately a stone throw away from the beach, I guarantee you will not be disappointed! It is also just a short walk to the local amenities, such as restaurants, shops and bars and only a 5-minute drive to Altea Centre. The apartment is being sold furnished and is available for 268,000 euros with optional low interest finance, so contact us today to ask any specific questions or to arrange a viewing.
Why chose Altea? The town of Altea sits on top of a hill whose highest altitude is dominated by the bell tower of the parish church of the Virgin of Consuelo, and by both a wide dome covered with blue and white tiles, and a second one, crowned by a small cupola. From the square in front of the church we can see the whole region. From this point on, numerous steep, cobbled streets, many of which have steps or are lined with small miradors and bowers, begin their descent towards the sea. Typical whitewashed houses, which were formerly protected by a solid wall, mark the way. It is frequent to see artists' workshops and studios in this traditional urban space, as well as craft shops. In the lower part of town we find the commercial street of King Jaime I, the fishermen quarter, and the port, an area marked by heavy fishing trade. We can also see the crowded promenade, and six kilometres worth of beaches with pebbles, small coves, and cliffs. In Altea we must point out two fiestas: the fireworks of Castell de L’Olla, in August, and the festivities of Moors and Christians, in late September.
- English TV
- Sorry, no pets
- Washing Machine
- Wheelchair Accessible