Valencia, Valencia, Valencia, Spain
- Double Glazing
- Communal swimming pool
- Communal green zones
- Storage room
- Children's pool and play ground
- Private parking space
- Hot/cold air conditioning
- Panoramic views
- Social club
- Option to customise own apartment
Direct from a leading developer who are committed to the future through sustainable constructions both in its implementation and in its final phase. All the homes offer you high energy ratings so that, while contributing to the care of the environment, you also benefit from the advantages of doing so. With double glazing that helps to maintain the constant temperature avoiding high expenditure on heating or air conditioning and with thermal comfort where the sound is completely dampened, and you can rest without anything interrupting your sleep.
For buyers looking for larger apartments, more exclusive, with more space there are Premium Penthouses with areas ranging from 250 to 300 m2. These penthouses with a large terrace and garden spaces allow a privileged view and possibilities that will meet all your expectations. A design allowing you to rest, read, sunbathe, entertain friends and enjoy another dimension in apartment living.
With prices starting from 162,500 €.
1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apartments, 64 homes in a tower of 15 floors.
Communal Swimming Pool
These will be key ready in February 2023
Virtual real time appointments can be booked for those wishing to buy off plan now to secure a prime apartment.
Prices from: 162,500 €
Floor areas starting at: 61 m2 Bedrooms: 1, 2, 3, 4 Units, Homes: 64
The apartments are built in a tower of 15 floors that allows you to enjoy excellent views of the protected garden of Valencia. The project has a communal garage, storage room, swimming pool for adults and children, social club, work/fun areas, landscaped gardens, and a children´s play area.
The developer offers an interior design and decoration service to provide you with advice, furniture design and space distribution so that you can move into your new home without having to worry about a thing.
Located in one of the most modern areas of Valencia, just minutes away from the city centre, surrounded by large commercial and green areas with all services and facilities at hand the building has ample communal areas for your well-being, whilst providing a most desired privacy for its owners.
The developer is committed to the future through sustainable constructions both in its implementation and in its final phase. All their homes offer you high energy ratings so that, while contributing to the care of the environment, you also benefit from the advantages of doing so. Since your home is efficient you will notice that at the end of the month the bills are less bulging. The double glazing used helps to maintain the constant temperature and that is why such a high expenditure on heating or air conditioning will not be necessary. At the same time, along with thermal comfort, you will notice how the sound is completely dampened and you can rest without anything interrupting your sleep. You also have the possibility to install a double flow intelligent ventilation system with individualized heat recovery per house. This technique ensures indoor air quality and will provide high energy savings. All these efficiency improvements help reduce CO2 emissions, so every day - effortlessly and without realising it - you'll be helping to take care of our planet.
The common areas have spaces designed for the enjoyment of all the owners including a swimming pool, a children's play area, garden area, a space to store indoor bikes and a community room that we will be equipped to enjoy it at any time.
Each apartment with have a lobby, living room, hallway and bedrooms the flooring will be laminated in imitation wood finish. The floor will be topped with a skirting board with white lacquered finish to match the interior carpentry to create a completely integrated environment throughout the house. The walls will be finished with smooth plastic paint. False laminated plasterboard ceiling will be placed in lobby and hallways, finished in plastic paint. In the kitchen area cooking and preparing your favourite dishes will be much easier in this space designed for you with quality finishes that include porcelain stoneware tile flooring and delivered furnished with the following equipment: ceramic hob, extractor hood, electric oven and microwave, quartz countertop, sink embedded with single-mode faucet. In addition, each apartment will have an interior laundry room or an area in the kitchen for the washer-dryer. All terraces will include lighting and a power outlet. The front entrance door will be an armoured security door designed to look both elegant and modern.
The apartments are equipped with a complete installation of air conditioning hot and cold ducts with drive grilles in living room and bedrooms. The aerothermal system of your home is responsible for providing the energy necessary for the operation of the air conditioning, which entails significant energy savings. Temperature control in rooms is achieved through the use of a thermostat. The provision of electrical and telecommunications sockets required by regulations, as well as a video intercom that will communicate you with the portals and access to the urbanization. The lighting in the common areas is done with LED technology. The light points will go on the wall or ceiling in bedrooms, while in the rest of the rooms will be placed on the ceiling. Ventilation Your new home will incorporate a ventilation system to ensure the healthiness of the indoor air and compliance with the Technical Building Code. To include garages and storage rooms, automatic entrance and exit doors of garages will be automatic, with anti-crushing safety device and remote control.
LOCATION Valencia is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city on the Mediterranean coast. Once the capital of its own kingdom, it is the third largest city in the country and the capital of the Valencian Autonomous Community, Communidad Valenciana. It lies approximately 350 km of Madrid and Barcelona, surrounded by orange orchards and sandy beaches, immersed between the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. Valencia is one of the most important cities of Spain, visited annually by millions of tourists thanks to the wealth and variety of attractions and places or interest it offers. From the historic centre to the fabulous beaches, to parks that make it one of the greenest cities in Europe, to the construction of the futuristic City of Arts and Sciences.
Valencia has a history of over two thousand years which has left monuments and remains which characterize it essentially. Few cities in the world can offer in a city of its size, testimony from the ancient Romans, to the Arab domination, the Renaissance and to the Modern and Contemporary periods. Valentia Edetanorum was founded by the Romans in 138 BC, in the place where an ancient Iberian settlement settled. It prospered until the 3rd century, when, because of the crisis of the Roman Empire was invaded by the Visigoths. The Arabs conquered Valencia in 711, called it Balansiya and occupied it for 5 centuries, leaving an indelible mark in urban design and in its culture. In 1238 it was conquered by James I of Aragon, which constituted the Kingdom of Valencia, incorporating it into the Crown of Aragon. The 15th century was the "golden age" of the city: with port on the Mediterranean Sea, became one of the main centres of commerce in Europe, and were precisely the Valencian bankers who lent to Isabella I of Castile the money for the expedition of Christopher Columbus.
The historic centre of Valencia “Ciutat Vella” in its layout of quiet streets and squares, combines the testimony of a history of more than two thousand years with the liveliness of the markets and its shops, as well as the attractive cafes and restaurants. Ciutat Vella is made up of six neighbourhood, each one characterised by a strong personality: La Seu, La Xerea, El Carmen, El Pilar and El Mercat de Sant Francesc. Here are all the important monuments and buildings of the city. The Roman remains in the archaeological excavations of the Almoina. The churches: the Cathedral, Basilica of the Virgin, Santa Catalina, San Juan del Hospital, San Juan del Mercado and Basilica de los Desamparados. The evidence of its military and commercial importance: Torres de Serrano, Torres de Quart, Lonja de la Seda. The Public Administration buildings: the Town Hall, the Palace of the Generalitat Valenciana, the Corts Valencianas. The headquarters of Finance and Commerce: the Valencia Stock Exchange (Palace of of Boil de Arenós), the Central market. Museums and cultural centres: the IVAM, the MUVIM, Ceramics Museum, Museum of the 19th century and Centro Cultural la Beneficencia.
Modern Valencia was born after the great flood of 1957 of Turia river, a moment in which it was decided to divert the course of the river and build in its place, an extraordinary urban park.
Since then, many projects have been carried out to turn Valencia into a European capital of modern architecture. The most famous work is the City of Arts and Sciences, designed by Santiago Calatrava, which occupies the stretch section towards the sea of the old course of the Turia River, near the Alameda Bridge. Also located here the Oceanogràfic, designed by Calatrava with master Felix Candela, the cinema Hemisfèric, the Science Museum, Palau de les Arts, Paseo de L'Umbracle and the new space Ágora for events. Among other famous contemporary projects, we must remember the spaces and port facilities for the America's Cup, with the America's Cup Building, also known locally as Veles e Vents designed by British architect David Chipperfield. On the other side of the city, is located the new Congress Centre of the renowned architect Norman Foster. A less known fact about Valencia is that it is home to The Holy Grail. Historians worldwide agree that the authentic Cup used in the Last Supper is held in the Valencia Cathedral and it is the only relic known as the Holy Grail that the Vatican officially recognises. Along with Jerusalem, Rome and Santiago de Compostela, the Vatican has designated Valencia as one of the world’s ‘Eight Holy Cities’ and as a ‘City of the Holy Grail’. Two Popes, Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI, have held mass in Valencia with the chalice.
Throughout the year there are organised local festivals and events in the city: from the traditional religious celebrations to sporting events and exhibitions.
The most popular and famous festivals are the Fallas, in which, since the beginning of the 18th century, the whole city joins and attracts many tourists. From 1st to 19th March, an increase of events culminated on the night of San José; spectacles, pyrotechnic explosions, exhibition of large sculptures of papier-mâché and wood - Las Fallas. On the night of March 19th, las Fallas are burned creating high and impressive bonfires, saving only one, chosen by visitors, which will be kept in the Fallas Museum. The calendar of the Valencian religious tradition includes many other events. Among them, the Easter processions, the festivity of St. Vincent and the procession of Virgen de los Desamparados the second Sunday of every May. Theatrical performances, concerts, bands contest, bullfights, fireworks and a battle of flowers mark each year the Festival programme in July.
When it comes to gastronomy Valencia offers a wide selection of cosy restaurants, open until late in the evening, where you can taste the local specialities as well as international cuisine. Valencia boasts 35 Michelin restaurants including one 3-star restaurant, one 2-star restaurant and one 2-star and Michelin green restaurant for gastronomy and sustainability. Paella, the famous Spanish dish known throughout the world, was created in Valencia, rice is the staple of other typical dishes of the regions gastronomy: l’arroz al horno - the baked rice, l’arroz a banda - to fish stock, l´arroz negre –black - rice with squid ink, and Fideuá. The Valencian cuisine is balanced, located between the sea and mountains, offering a wide variety of both meat and fish dishes. The variety of sweets, many of which maintain the Arab influence, is wide and original. The Horchata is a traditional drink very refreshing, water based, sugar and the Tiger nut, tuber of a local plant.
Valencia is a special city where you can both step back in time and experience centuries-old traditions and live in the moment and discover the best of innovation, arts, and science. This city is one that welcomes you and makes you feel like a part of its festivals, people, sites, beaches, and landscapes from the very beginning. You will enjoy getting lost in the streets of its beautiful Old Town. One neighbourhood, Carmen, a jewel of the city, is a living example of how history and modernity meet. Here, you can visit different theatres, go to great bars and restaurants, and explore historically valuable sites like the Cathedral de València, Miguelete, Torres de Serrano and Torres de Quart. (The latter two were once fortified gates of the Medieval wall of València.)
Discovering València also means seeing the stunning Mediterranean sunset from Parque de Cabecera or taking a walk through the old riverbed of the Turia River. Today, this riverbed has been turned into a charming park that runs through the entire city and is frequented by runners, bike riders, pet lovers and families with strollers alike.
As you make your way through the city, you’ll discover Palau de la Música, the charming flower bridge or the famous Exposición bridge (better known as the “La Peineta Bridge.”) Before you leave, make sure you see the City of Arts and Sciences, an impressive display of innovation, culture and art in València.
València is a city full of magic. When you are there, you get to have unforgettable experiences and feel right at home. The welcoming and open nature of its people make València one of those destinations that always calls you back.
Do not leave without immersing yourself in València’s two iconic beaches, Malvarrosa Beach and Arenas Beach, which are known for their fine sand and pleasant waters. Malvarrosa Beach is located in the fishing district of Cabanyal. (Fishing is actually one of the oldest jobs in València, and this enclave keeps its heritage and customs intact.) Arenas Beach, which combines old Mediterranean traditions with the pleasures of a modern-day beach, is located next to the marina.
Valencia’s mild climate is another reason to come and stay. Its warm atmosphere is always inviting and hospitable. Ready to be enjoyed. Valencia means commerce and culture, cinema, theatre, museums, music, and business. It is a centre for industrial design and avant-garde movements.
For boat owners Valencia has Valencia Mar one of the best marinas for Superyachts of the Mediterranean (Spain), with moorings capable of harbouring Superyachts of up to 120 m.
Why Costa Blanca North?
There are few places in the world where the northern part of a small coastline contrasts more with the south. The landscape in the south is flat and arid whereas here in the north mountains provide the backdrop to much greenery, orange groves, olive trees, vineyards, almonds, and cherries. An area where you will find many beautiful blue flag Mediterranean beaches, sand dunes, watch towers, natural coves, fishing ports and marinas where luxury yachts are moored. Inland you can still find charming Spanish villages and a part of Europe where life goes on the way it has for decades, with siestas religiously adhered to, and local customs and culture still very much a part of everyday life. It is a unique and very special Region in Spain, a stunning area of natural coastal and inland beauty with breath-taking landscapes offering a taste of “Real Spain”, an area dubbed Spain's “Jewel in the Crown” by the British travel Press.
The Costa Blanca North encompasses a region that includes the desirable towns of Altea, Calpe, Benissa, Teulada-Moraira, Benitachell, Javea and the city of Denia, also for the buyer seeking peace and tranquillity, the enchanting inland villages situated in the Jalon and Orba valleys where the land is never far from the sea and coastal resorts are within a 15-to-30-minute drive. There is a first-class range of real estate for sale in Costa Blanca North, from luxury beachfront penthouses to prestigious country properties, and from spectacular coastal villas to apartments.
The region’s supreme quality of life, attractive beaches, beautiful landscape, well-preserved natural environment, excellent climate, modern infrastructure, plus a traditional and cosmopolitan atmosphere, have transformed Costa Blanca North into a privileged place to live.
Costa Blanca North is one of Spain´s fastest growing golfing destinations with first class golf course and 5-star golf resorts with both Seve Ballesteros and José Maria Olazábal having both played a part in designing some of the Region´s courses. There is a tennis academy, ATF, set up by former world professional tennis played David Ferrer from Javea. The Equestrian Centre Oliva Nova is host to the international show jumping competitions MET with competitors from all over the world. The Region is the area of choice for many pro cycling teams and ten of the eighteen World Tour teams have chosen this area for their training camps. Looking to Ski in the winter you have the ski resorts of Javalambre and Valdinares in Teruel, only 2hr 30 minutes away enabling you to drive up to ski in the morning and still be back home in the afternoon should you want to enjoy winter skiing and the winter sunshine . With its 125 km coastline, the Costa Blanca North offers a wide variety of trendy upmarket marinas and yacht clubs, sailing clubs and an abundance of water sports.
What is unique about the property market in Costa Blanca North, Spain?
The Costa Blanca North is classed a very exclusive area within Spain. The British, Germans and Dutch have a long-running love affair here with a Region that is classed as one of the wealthiest in Spain attracting not only the well-heeled from Madrid, and Valencia, who have second homes here but more and more affluent expats from all across Europe and beyond, including North America, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
Valencia, Valencia, Valencia, Spain
NEAREST AIRPORTSDistances are straight line measurements
- Valencia(International)5.9 miles
- Alicante(International)84.2 miles
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