3 bedroom town house for sale
Spain - Alfauir, Valencia, Valencia
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- 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHROOM MODERN TOWN HOUSE
- TRANQUIL TRADITIONAL VILLAGE LOCATION
- SPACIOUS VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION
- LOVELY COURTYARD GARDEN
- PRIVATE SWIMMINGPOOL
- 10 MINUTES TO GANDIA BEACHES AND CITY
- IMMACULATE CONDITION
- PLOT SIZE 272 M
- BUIL SIZE 200 M
- IBI ANNUAL 400€
• Tranquil traditional Spanish village location
• Spacious versatile accommodation
• Lovely courtyard garden
• Private swimming pool
• 10 minutes to Gandia City and beaches.
• Immaculate condition
• Plot size 272m2
• Build size 200m2
• IBI Annual 400€
• Basura Annual 40€
All measurements and costs are approximate.
Situated on a wide residential street this spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom terraced townhouse is presented in immaculate condition. Entry to the property leads to a spacious hallway with tiled floor, ceiling light, under stairs storage, doorway to garage and stairs to the main living areas.
A doorway at the top of the stairs leads through to the generous open plan living/dining area. The good sized dining area has a tiled floor, feature brick work fireplace and storage, a wood burning stove, air conditioning, ceiling lights and a Juliette balcony overlooking the front of the property. The dining alcove has a tiled floor and ceiling lights.
The good size kitchen has an assortment of fitted base and wall units, and integrated electric oven, hob and extractor fan, tiled walls and floor and space for a tall fridge freezer.
A separate utility room has tiled walls and ceiling and houses the electric boiler and gives sufficient space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
A cloak room with tiled floor and walls, ceiling light, low level W.C and pedestal hand basin completes the accommodation on the first floor.
A wide stone feature staircase leads up from the living room to the second floor which housed the sleeping accommodations.
The generously sized master bedroom has a tiled floor, air conditioning, wall and ceiling lights and a wall fan.
Bedroom 2 is a large double room with tiled floor, fitted wardrobes, wall fan, ceiling light and a window overlooking the garden.
Bedroom 3 is also a great size with tiled floor, fitted wardrobes, wall fan, ceiling light and window overlooking the garden.
A good sized family bathroom has tiled walls and floor, track spot lighting, fitted shelving, low level W.C, vanity hand basin with storage and mirror and a bath with shower over and glass shower screen.
On the ground floor and up and over door leads to the garage which can easily accommodate two cars. The far end of the garage has been converted to provide an open plan living room and kitchen, and a shower room. The kitchen area has fitted base and wall units, free standing gas cooker with extractor fan and space for washing machine and dishwasher. The shower room has tiled floor and walls, a low level W.C, pedestal hand basin and a corner shower.
Patio doors lead from the living area to the enclosed low maintenance courtyard garden which is paved with lighting, electric canopy and a large above ground swimming pool. There is sufficient space to comfortably seat 10 people dining and an outside cooking area. The versatile ground floor area is perfect for entertaining. The room is used for summer living by the current owners.
It is possible that the property could be sold furnished according to negotiations.
# ALFAUIR is a traditional welcoming Spanish village approximately 10km from the main city of Gandia. The village has a community centre with gymnasium, sports courts and a community pool, community parks, a church, bars, hairdressers, pharmacy, bakers supermarket, doctors and a school.
Once only accessible by crossing a bridge, the village that grew from an ancient Islamic farmstead draws visitors in from far and wide to enjoy its rich countryside and heritage. Quite an achievement for a municipality of just 444 inhabitants.
Alfauir's name immediately gives away its Moorish past and its Mudéjar architecture bears witness to its pre-conquest history. Following the bloody battles between the Moors and the Christians, King Jaume I granted it town status. At just over six square kilometres it barely qualifies as a town, and retains the olde worlde rustic charm associated with remote rural settlements.
Standing at 80m above sea-level, Alfauir forms part of the Vernisa Valley that also encompasses Castellonet de la Conquesta, Llocnou de Sant Jeroni, Ròtova and Almiserà, a picturesque and unspoilt stretch of countryside inland from the coast of La Safor. An incredible 33 per cent of the municipality comprises pine forests, which enjoy official protection against building and commercial activity. Amongst this densely-wooded area are five mountain ranges where flora and fauna indigenous to the region can be found in abundance. On a journey through the Pla de Castell, El Tossal, La Serreta, La Lloma and La Costera, the visitor will come across Kermes oak, pine trees, wild thyme and rock violet, providing shelter and warmth for numerous wild animals - foxes, badgers, weasels and lizards amongst others. Ornithology fanatics will be in their element as Alfauir's countryside is home to many species of birds of prey.
Alfauir looks out across a ravine and is crossed by the river Vernisa. Here, the ancient Islamic tribes left their stamp in the form of an irrigation system - one of the Moors' many ingenious inventions - that continues to be in use today for supplying water from the river to agricultural land in the area. Also, close by, a visit to the Micalet de Mars cave is a must - the interesting and unusual rock formations are renowned locally for their staggering beauty.
Even the earliest settlers in Alfauir left their mark on the landscape. The Castell de Palma, also known as the Castell d'Alfauir, dates back to the Iberian period around the sixth century BC - long before the Romans took over and extended their empire into the peninsula. Archaeologists have recently discovered remains of ceramics in the grounds of the castle, ceramics whose high quality and sophisticated technique suggests that these, too, are evidence of the Iberian presence in the village. The castle is accessible by way of a footpath that winds uphill, from the summit of which is a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire Vall de Vernisa.
Alfauir's principal attraction, however, is the Sant Jeroni de Cotalba monastery, whose reign once encompassed a number of settlements in the district. La Safor's best-kept secret,, the monastery was under lock and key for seven centuries until the Generalitat invested 42,000 euros in restoring it and opening it up to the public. An untapped corner of the region's heritage, locals flocked to see the monastery in the summer when its doors first reopened. The complex encompasses the bell tower, with 17th-century blue and white carvings covering the façade; a gothic church with Baroque elements acquired during a previous renovation in the 18th century; a cloister with red Mudéjar arches resembling the architecture of the Córdoba mosque; a garden and the sala capitular, where a tomb houses the remains of Prince Juan and Princess Blanca of Aragón, children of the mediaeval Duke Alfonso el Viejo.
It is accessed via a picturesque walkway flanked with banana trees that leads to the front door of the walled-in grounds, over which is a carved stone coat of arms dedicated to Alfonso of Aragón, and on entering, visitors will come across a small farmstead in ruins that was originally a Morisco settlement.
Sant Jeroni de Cotalba's gardens are a tranquil, secluded Eden, sympathetically designed with a small man-made lake thickly flanked by willow trees and rushes. Water flows into the lake from the Batlamala spring some five kilometres away via an aqueduct constructed in the 14th century to combat problems with drought.
Guided tours of the monastery are held every second and fourth Thursday of the month, and every first, third and fifth Saturday. These should be booked in advance by contacting Alfauir Town Hall. The village of Alfauir lies approximately 10km from the main city of Gandia. The village itself has a church, bars, hairdressers, chemist, school, bakers and a supermarket.
- Valencia (International), 40.7 miles
- Alicante (International), 48.6 miles
- Murcia-San Javier (International), 85.3 miles
- Ibiza/San José (International), 87.4 miles
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