3 bedroom apartment for sale
Spain - Valencia, Alicante, Javea
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- SEA VIEWS. LIVELY LOCATION
- 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- 2 SHOWER ROOMS
- FURNITURRE INCLUDED
- PARKING. COMMUNAL POOL
The approach has a communal entrance with marble flooring, lift to the 2nd floor.
Apartment entrance has a hallway with doors off to:
Lounge dining room with sliding patio doors leading to a spacious terrace with STUNNING SEA VIEWS.
Kitchen with a range of base and wall units, single sink and drainer, fitted oven, gas hob and extractor. Door to utility room.
Utility room with a washing basin and washing machine.
Bedroom 1 has double opening doors to the terrace and built in double wardrobes with cupboards over.
Bedroom 2 is double with window and built in double wardrobe with cupboards over.
Bedroom 3 is double with window and built in double wardrobe with cupboards over.
2 spate shower room with walk in shower cubicles, w.c, wash basins and wall mirrors.
Car parking to the rear of the building and a beautiful communal swimming pool with children's pool and adults pool with plenty of sunbathing space around. This area is access with a key and is secure and fenced in.
Javea / Xabia
The city of Javea ( or Xabia in Valenciano ) Spain lies about 80 km north east of Alicante, in between Denia and Altea. You can reach Javea via the road N 332, a wonderful road along the coastline of the Costa Blanca.
If you have some time to discover the beauty of the area via this road – you will love it’s views. Javea, between Denia in the north and the Cabo de Nao in the south, is embedded between two bays – the Cabo San Antonio and the Cabo San Martin.
Divided Into Three Areas
The about 24 000 habitants of Javea live in three different parts of the city. The village of Javea which lies about 3 km land inward, the port of Javea and the area around the beach of Javea. In the old part of Javea there are still some traditionally built houses with balconies remaining. Along with some Javea hotels, you should enjoy spending your time just passing by the little shops.
Sightseeing in Javea
Especially along the Avenida del Mediterraneo which runs along the Javea harbour area, you will find many restaurants and bars.
From a sightseeing point of view, you should visit the church Iglesia de San Bartolome, which was built in the 12th century. Also of interest is the museum Soler Blasco, which can be found in the Calle Primicias. The museum displays a copy of the treasure of Javea, which consists of jewellery from the past centuries. The original treasure of Javea can be seen in Madrid.
To me, the most impressive sightseeing point of Javea is not buildings but the wonderful view from the Cabo de Nao San Martin. Walking up a path from the Javea harbour – the hill of the bay allows an impressive view on the Cabo de Nao.
Alongside of Javea you will also find the Cabo de Nao – a small hill – with a lighthouse on top. The Cabo can be reached by car – on a road surrounded by Javea real estate agencies and residential areas. The top of the Cabo de Nao gave me the impression as the last piece of hill of Javea which has not been built on. As well as the Cabo de San Martin a must for every Javea tourist, because of the wonderful view.
The average Javea weather reaches temperatures of up to 40°C in summer, but not less than 10°C during winter time.
- Alicante (International), 55.3 miles
- Valencia (International), 59.7 miles
- Ibiza/San José (International), 64.3 miles
- Murcia-San Javier (International), 88.5 miles
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