5 bedroom detached house for sale
Spain - Las Urrutias, Murcia
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- PRICE REDUCTION!!!! NOW 115.000? !!!!!
- Ideal for Builder Project or only some touch up in different areas of the property!!!
- FREE LEGAL ADVICE!!!!!!!!
- 333m2 fenced plot
- Detached villa of 130m2
- 5 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms
- 600 meters Beach distance
- We take all the furniture away for you!!!!!!
A detached villa situated in Los Urrutias, on 333m2 fenced plot. On this plot we find the villa with 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living- dinningroom, storage area, outdoor kitchen, roof terrrace, some lemon trees, BBQ area, parking space for 4 cars + garage.
This Villa is ideal to leave at it is, touching up some areas( bathrooms, doors,etc) or designing your own project creating an unique property with your personal creation.
Today the price of M2 of this unit is 351? so finding for so good price 10 minutes from the beach( walking) and 333m2 of fenced plot with a 130m2 villa inside is quite impossible to find.
Think about it!!!! It's an amazing chance!!!!!
This property is situated in the tranquil area of Los Urrutias, a tipical spanish beach village where you can find living different types of nationalities. Only 600meters from the Mar Menor Beach and amenities( 10 minutes walking, 5 minutes cycling, 2 minutes by car)
Just 25 minutes drive from the many facilities of the nearby historic naval port and the Roman City of Cartagena.
The Murcia Airport is only 20 minutes far away.
The Urrutias is a locality of the Spanish municipality of Cartagena (Region of Murcia). It is integrated into the deputation of El Algar, on the coast of the Mar Menor, and it borders on the north with the Cartagena deputation of El Lentiscar (Punta Brava, El Carmolí); to the east, with the Mar Menor; to the south, with the population of Los Nietos, belonging to the deputation of Rincón de San Ginés; and to the west, with El Algar, capital of the deputation.
The place name refers to the origins of the first inhabitants of fact, who carried the Basque surname Urrutia. The promenade runs through the middle of the town. The beaches are gray sand and are separated by breakwaters of stones that go into the sea. The intention of the breakwaters is to retain the sand and that it does not return to the sea.
It has a hotel, marina, church, several restaurants, supermarkets, wine bar, etc. Since the beginning of the 21st century is experiencing some growth due to real estate investments.
This is a Europe's largest lagoon, which maintains a warm sea temperature the whole year round with an average temperature of 18 degrees centigrade.
The Romans and the Arabs built thermal baths around this coast and to this day people visit the area for the therapeutic properties of bathing in these amazing water. There are also pockets of therapeutic 'mud' which is sought after (mainly by the Spanish) to cover their bodies and bake in the sunshine, this is very good for skin problems or arthritic conditions.
Its waters are rich in iodine and never get deeper than 7 meters. It is a haven for water sports such as jet skiing, kite surfing, sailing boats and for fishing. The warm, crystal clear waters, shallow shore lines and beach inflatables also attract many families in the summer months.
An added bonus also for aircraft enthusiast and visitors alike is the impromptu aerobatic displays from the Spanish equivalent of the Red Arrows who are known as "Team Aguillas". It is a pleasure and thrill to see the whole team of seven jets performing intricate routines over the Mar Menor, often with streams of colored smoke to enhance their performance.
Cartagena is an important port and city located in the province of Murcia on the Mediterranean coastline in Southern Spain.
In common with many towns in this area of Spain, Cartagena is split in two - the historic town inland with the sights of Veles Castle, La Purisma convent and San Andres Church and Puerto de Cartagena on the coast,
Cartagena dates back to approximately 227BC and was founded by the Phoenicians with the Moors and Romans also having a great influence over the city.
The port was also known as Carthago Nova the new Carthage, such was the importance of the port to the Phoenicians.
Puerto de Cartagena (the port area) has a marina with berths for 200 boats. Tourists will enjoy walking along the promenade which has many fantastic restaurants, bars and cafes. This area is crucial to the economy as it is very much still a working area with the fishing boats bring in their fresh catches daily, unlike many resorts in this area which now no longer fish but rely on tourism instead.
Other important info:
- Hospital: 20 minutes
- Beaches: 10 minutes
- Cartagena: 25 minutes
- Murcia City: 45 minutes
- San Javier Airport: 20 minutes
- Alicante Airport: 1 hour
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- Murcia-San Javier (INTERNATIONAL), 6.6 miles
- Alicante (INTERNATIONAL), 43.3 miles
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