Almeria – San Juan de los Terreros – Villa Jerez. €625,000 Villa Jerez – Luxury 5 beds – 3 baths, heated pool, sea views, and no expense spared. On the beautiful coastline of San Juan de Las Terreros and within a few minutes’ walk of a secluded beach this two storey property is a must for someone with vision
Listing Price: €625,000
Location: San Juan Terreros
Build Size m2: 450
Swimming Pool: 7 x 4 m
Additional Features: Full size underbuild 180 sq metres
A luxury property with sea views and located a few minutes walk from a secluded bay in the popular beach resort of San Juan del los Terreros. Designed for the current owners with no expense spared and incorporating a music and sound system throughout the entire property.
Electronic entrance gates to the front of the property open onto the swimming pool, sun terraces and gardens. Marble steps lead up to a covered spacious terrace, ideal for dining and relaxation.
Sliding glass doors lead into the bright open plan lounge and dining area.
The Italian designed open plan kitchen has wall and floor units with fitted sylestone worktops. Included in the sale are the built-in oven, microwave, fridge freezer and electric hob with extractor. A separate utility room houses the laundry and storage units.
A central hallway from the lounge leads to the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room
A marble staircase leads to the first floor with two further bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes, the second with a walk-in dressing room. From both bedrooms, you have access to the 21 square metre terrace with sea views. A smaller terrace 5 square metre is accessed from the upper hallway and provides a quiet restful area out of the sun.
The luxury bathroom has a Jacuzzi/massage bath and designer hand basin
The full size underbuild of 180 square metres gives the option to add additional rooms if required. Can also be accessed from outside using electronic garage door, providing storage space for cars, boat, bikes.
The luxury swimming pool has roman steps leading into the pool; 7m x 4 m x 4m is heated, and has a corner Jacuzzi.
Mains electric and water, under floor heating
Additional Items include
Electronic window shutters, Integral music and sound system, video entrance system, alarm
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San Juan de los Terreros
San Juan de los Terreros is the easternmost village of Andalucía. The coastal village is made up of numerous bays and coves, almost all with sandy beaches. The village has recently seen a considerable amount of development, most of it tastefully done, and as a result, there is now a flourishing tourism trade, albeit still on a small and relatively quiet scale.
San Juan de los Terreros is just a couple of miles along the coast south of Aguilas. This area is located between the hills and sandy beaches fringing the Mediterranean, and it contains a handful of restaurants, bars, and shops.
Festivals are also plentiful throughout the area- the largest being in nearby Aguilas every February.
The Resort has supermarkets, chemist, restaurants, tapas bars, coffee shops, ice-cream parlours, and a medical centre. It also has a nightclub during the summer months and a garden center. An open market takes place during the summer each Sunday morning.
This picturesque village has become a paradise for many divers because of its excellent waters and location along a beautiful bay. The small coves in San Juan de Los Terreros are surrounded by traditional fishermen’s cottages in the natural coastline where the best beaches of the Almeria coast can be found. San Juan is a well-known tourist destination for the Spanish who holiday here all year round.
San Juan de Los Terreros is located 30 minutes drive from Mojacar on the coast, and 5 minutes drive from the typical Spanish town of Aguilas. The historic castle town of Lorca can be reached within 30 minutes drive & Murcia within 1.25 hours.
On the border of the province of Murcia, Aquilas is a coastal town with many unspoilt secluded beaches, situated in one of the least developed coastal areas of southern Spain. At the western end of the Golfo de Mazarron, the town is bordered inland by fields of tomatoes and numerous villages.
Increasingly popular with northern Europeans, Aquilas is made up of 2 bays separated by a rocky headland. There are 28km of numerous different beaches in the area, catering for all types of aquatic sports or just good old fashioned relaxation. The University of the Sea is also located in Aquilas.
The carnival of Aquilas is a renowned fiesta where the entire town comes out onto the streets and some fantastic costumes are on display. Aguilas has a population of 25,700.
The relative isolation of the town is part of the reason for the low key development in Aguilas, it is 70km from Murcia, 95km fromSan Javier airport and 180 km from Alicante airport. Lorca is 25km away. The nearest golf courses are in the neighbouring province of Almeria
A one-hour drive from Almeria’s modern international airport, through ever-changing dramatic scenery, lies the last Arab enclave left on the Spanish mainland- Mojacar. Conquered by the Moors, recaptured centuries later by Catholic kings, the village’s existence can be traced back to 2000 BC. A Spanish national monument, this quaint “corner of enchantment ” remains unspoilt and unexploited- a village of sparkling white houses seemingly built on top of one another, separated by a labyrinth of narrow and twisting cobbled alleyways, providing a fascinating mixture of ancient and modern
Mojacar is one of the most beautiful, picturesque and enchanting villages on the entire coast, with some 17 kilometres of fine, sandy beaches. It enjoys an excellent location, protected from behind by the Cabrera mountain range and overlooking the inviting Mediterranean sea. Its Southerly location, close proximity to the African continent and the high surrounding mountains assures an exceptional subtropical climate, where temperatures are kind all year round with an average of 21 degrees Celsius.
The climate allows for an abundance of wild flowers and herbs, and this area is host to a large variety of birds including linnets, swifts, green finches, woodlark, hoopoes, magpies and partridges.
The town is divided into two areas, the original village, Mojacar Pueblo, two kilometres from the coast, and Mojacar Playa which accommodates the tourist developments and offers a complete range of services, and attractions, whilst still in keeping with the local environment.
Mojacar still remains loyal to her past with her architecture, and white washed houses cut into the cliff. Old women can still be seen doing their washing in the flow away of the public fountain, offering the fresh mountain spring water, which is fantastic. These combine with the highly cosmopolitan world of shops, bars, discos, restaurants, banks, hairdressers, and a mini shopping centre called “Parque Comercial” offering lots of boutiques and ceramic shops.
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