Murcia – Calasparra – Villa Jean. €159,950 – Immaculately presented, 3 bed, 2 bath detached, single storey villa, located on a development close to the market town of Calasparra. There is a bar/restaurant within walking distance and further amenities are available in the town 2km away, including a weekly market on Fridays.
Listing Price: €159,950
Build Size m2: 125
Swimming Pool: 9 x 5 metres
Additional Features: Corner plot, Mature, low maintenance gardens, double glazing, insect nets on windows and doors, shutters, grilles and guttering. Ducted air conditioning/heating and wood burner.
Main Living Space
Lounge (6.31 x 3.53 m) feature fire place with a wood burner, patio doors to L shaped terrace.
Kitchen (4.61 x 2.12 m) fitted with a range of base and wall units, oven, hob, extractor, dishwasher and space for fridge/freezer. Rear door leads to utility room with washing machine and freezer.
Dining Room/Bedroom 3 (4 x 4m) with ceiling fan and integral light.
Master bedroom (3.11 x 2.82m) with built in wardrobes, ceiling fan with integral light.
En-suite – comprising, modern shower unit, WC and vanity unit with integral basin. Heated towel rail,
Bedroom 2 (3.31 x 3.41 m) with built in double wardrobe, ceiling fan with integral light.
Bathroom – comprising, bath with shower over, shower screen, pedestal basin, heated towel rail and WC.
Wrap around terrace to the front and side of the property, partly covered offering 2 separate seating areas. The uncovered part is shaded by a retractable canopy.
9m x 5m Swimming pool
Well stocked, low maintenance garden with feature planters
Back courtyard shaded by a canopy
Brick built pump house
Brick built storage shed
Security intercom system.
Off road parking with car port large enough for 2 vehicles
Water and electric installed around the property
Satellite TV and Internet available.
STERLING BLUES OR FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY?
The falling value of the pound has put many potential buyers of Spanish properties in the doldrums and some maybe even considering putting the dream on hold.
Don’t Despair – Help is at Hand
At 4everspain we are constantly looking at ways to improve the buying process for our clients. We believe we have a solution that allows you to take advantage of the low priced properties we have on offer without the exchange rate penalising you.
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Before You Can Buy a Property in Spain, You Must Have an NIE number – Numero de Identidad de Extranjeros, which, translated, means “Identity Number for Foreigners”. We can help arrange this for you.
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Tierra de Sol, is an urbanisation on the outskirts of the Northwest Murcia town of Calasparra. The original phase of villas and apartments were constructed and occupied during 2006/2008. Following the market slump in 2008 there was a downturn in sales but 2015/16 has seen some changes and there are new villas being constructed and offered for sale.
The location and history of this area make it especially appealing. There are four rivers and two reservoirs which are a source of attraction for visitors, for the variety of activities that are possible here (potholing, canyoning, rafting etc.) The amazing natural landscape is stunning for exploring, walking and cycling.
Calasparra has more than six hundred years of existence and the history is absolutely amazing. There are caves with rupestrian paintings, declared World Heritage by the UNESCO, and archaeological sites ranging from Palaeolithic to Hispano-Muslim, with artefacts housed in the Archaeological Museum (former Encomienda building). The Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza, or Our Lady of Hope, the patron saint of Calasparra, who’s Shrine excavated in the rock face forms part of a beautiful spot on the banks of the River Segura. Rice growing is another of the attractions in this area, the quality of the different varieties has given Calasparra rice worldwide fame (the first rice in Spain with Denominación de Origen).
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