3 bedroom town house for sale
Spain - Bellreguard, Valencia, Valencia
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- 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS. 2 BATHROOMS. 2 CLOAKROOMS
- MODERN BUILT APPROXIMATELY 15 YEARS AGO
- LIVED IN BY THE CURRENT OWNERS SINCE NEW
- COURTYARD. REAR TERRACE OFF KITCHEN. FRONT TERRACE OFF LOUNGE
- KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM OR KITCHEN DINING ROOM
- LOUNGE DINING ROOM WITH SLIDING PATIO DOORS TO FRONT TERRACE
- GARAGE. WORKSHOP. UTILITY ROOM
- 220M˛ BUILD. ANNUAL IBI 523€. BASURA 75€
- WALKING DISTANCE TO AMENITIES. LOCAL SWIMMING POOL
- BUS ROUTE TO BEACHES AND GANDIA CITY
The approach to the house has street parking and a private garage on the ground floor.
Reception hall with stairs leading to the 1st floor accommodation and a door to garage, lighting and coat hanging hooks.
Garage with an electric up and over door, workshop measuring 3 meters x 4.5 meters, door to the rear courtyard, cloak room with W.C and wash basin. Very spacious garage and most Spanish use as a summer lounge, kitchen and entertaining area.
Courtyard with 1000 litre oil tank, outside lighting and space for seating.
1st floor lounge is very spacious with sliding patio doors leading to a terrace, hot and cold air conditioning unit, radiators, ceiling light and fan, additional ceiling lighting, stairs to the 1st floor, door to kitchen and cloakroom.
Terrace off lounge is in a very sunny position and has a lovely view over one of the town paseos, awning for protection from the sun, outside lighting a great place to sunbathe, dine or just relax and watch the world go by.
Cloakroom with W.C, wash basin, wall mirror, extractor and lighting.
Kitchen dining room is L-Shaped with fitted wall and base units, double sink with mixer tap over, fitted oven, hob, extractor, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for upright fridge freezer, lighting, radiator, dining area and door to the utility room.
Utility room with space and plumbing for washing machine, door to the rear terrace and decking area, lighting, scrub washing basin and space for an additional freezer if required.
Rear terrace and decking area is a very pretty area with tiled terrace and separate decking area, this is currently fenced off as the owners have two small dogs and they like to keep the decking dog free.
2nd floor landing is spacious with doors off to:
Bedroom 1 has a window to the front, 2 sets of triple built in wardrobes with cupboards over, lighting, hot and cold air conditioning, radiator and en suite.
En suite bathroom with window, bath and shower over, W.C, bidet, wash basin, wall mounted cabinet, lighting and extractor.
Bedroom 2 is a twin bedroom with built in triple wardrobes with cupboards over, window to the rear, lighting, hot and cold air conditioning, radiator and a ceiling fan.
Bedroom 3 is a double bedroom currently used as an office room, with built in double wardrobe with cupboards over, window to the rear, ceiling light, radiator and a hot and cold air conditioning unit.
The town of Bellreguard is very Spanish with local bars, restaurants, doctors, sports centre with outdoor swimming pool, vets, supermarkets, banks and a bus ride to the beaches.
Where is Bellreguard?
Nestled in the center of the Llacuna alluvial plain between the foothills Gallinera, the right bank Serpis and the Mediterranean Sea. Nearest main city is Gandia with the stunning Borja Palace and plenty of local history.
The municipality consists of two major population centers: the town, crossed by the national road N-332 from Valencia to Alicante, between Oliva and Gandia, and Bellreguard beach, coastline of the municipality with views down to Denia. The coastline has been awarded Blue Flag beaches for many years.
Directions: From Alicante or Valencia the main autopista AP7 exit junction 61. Proceed on the N332 towards Valencia and you will find Bellreguard approximately 2 km.
By train from Valencia to Gandia and the train station in Gandia is also the bus station. Take a bus from Gandia to Bellreguard.
The municipality of Bellreguard limited to the following locations: Almoines, Gandia, Guardamar de la Oliva, Miramar, Palm and Rafelcofer, all in the province of Valencia.
It certainly is of Islamic origin, as evidenced by the Moorish necropolis found in 1984. In 1486, it was purchased by the Duke of Gandia, Pedro Luis de Borja. This writing is when it first appears Bellreguard name of Sotaia substituting, Arabic name which was popularly known old. In this act of sale acted as plenipotentiary Attorney Duke of Gandia, writer and teacher of theology Rois de Corella Joan.
Ecclesiastically Moriscos was a rectory, high on October 26, 1534 to parish, depending on the Santa Maria de Gandia. In 1574, finally became independent of Gandia.
Its population, mostly Moorish, was strongly affected by reason of their expulsion in 1609, because of 165 families were only four of Old Christians, remaining empty houses and abandoned fields. Despite the advent of new settlers, it took 50 years to recover 30% of the population. From then until now the population has grown steadily. Since 1624, the year in which the parish registers start of the population, and until 1659, the foreign origin of those who were married in other populations Bellreguart's own region of La Oliva (46 spouses), other regions of the Kingdom of Valencia ( 29), Ireland (1), and France (2), having also 23 spouses of unknown origin.
Traditionally economic activity has revolved around agriculture, yes, constantly retraining. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the cultivation of sugar cane mill was important and was a major sugar center. In the eighteenth and nineteenth stopped the production of sugar cane and was replaced by the mulberry and the vine. In the early twentieth century the crisis of silk and pests of the vineyard caused that a new culture was imposed, until now, the orange.
Local Events/ Fiesta's
Dances. The ball pla dansada or folklore has practically disappeared from Bellreguart. The only danced still dance and has been recovered is the "Dance of the Gallows" (Ball of Forca). This is the only stick dance or torneantes which it is reported in the region of La Oliva. It is a dance performed only by men with odd numbers always dressed in white shirt with gray cloth, Moorish-style baggy breeches of the same fabric and color, white stockings and garters also colored espadrilles black ribbon, fancy vest and silk scarf on the head. In his right hand had a gallows 3 or 5 points and the Chief or Director of 7 points.
San Antonio Abad. Commemorated on January 17 with the distribution of blessed bread and the blessing of the animals.
Major Festivals. Are held in honor of San Miguel on 22 and 23 September. These have a distinctly popular. The announcement of the festival is held the day before by a troupe of "Uncle of the club" (originally from Gandia) along with other so-called drapets or pedacets, a parade of carnival type, wearing an outfit made of strips fabric and there in the village since time immemorial.
Moors and Christians. During the days that they celebrate the festival has a special role the celebrations of Moors and Christians.
Food and Drink
As in all coastal villages' Valencian rice, with each and every one of the many ways of being cooked in the pot, and in paella pan or pot, is the king of the dishes.
Bellreguars are typical of the "fardeles" (figatells, in Valencian), liver and small delights of spices, flattened like a hamburger, wrapped in pig guts (blanket that covers the stomach).
The long tradition of the region sugar offers a variety of treats ranging from pastries to cakes finest most spectacular, as the crowning glory, the puff pastry, Christmas cupcakes, coca pine nuts, cakes wind and Casca de Reyes.
Beaches are golden sand with a promenade for walking and disabled access. A wide choice of bars and restaurants, watersports and never overcrowded.
There are several schools in and around the area but the nearest International School is the British School Gandia which offers the following:
Complete language immersion from Pre-Nursery to Year 13 (0 to 18 years of age)
Personal and individualized education, with continuous supervision and curricular adaptation to each pupil's needs.
- Valencia (INTERNATIONAL), 41.8 miles
- Alicante (INTERNATIONAL), 51.8 miles
- Ibiza/San José (INTERNATIONAL), 82 miles
- Murcia-San Javier (INTERNATIONAL), 88.2 miles
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