Listing Price: €195,000
Location: Corvera Country Club
Build Size m2: to follow
Swimming Pool: 10 x 5m
Additional Features: One of only 4 villas on this development with private pool, bar and restaurant close by, short drive to Murcia city, 30 minutes’ drive to beach and San Javier airport. Located on the edge of the town of Corvera with its many amenities.
Detached villa situated in the gated community of Corvera Country Club. The property is completely double glazed and fitted with gas central heating and air conditioning. Being sold at this low price as the 18 hole golf course is not in use at this moment in time. Prospective buyers are in negotiation for the course
Main Living Space
Lounge/Dining (5.60 x 5.45 m) a bright airy room with patio doors to front and rear, vaulted ceiling, under stairs storage cupboard.
Kitchen (2.57 x 1.64 m) fitted with a range of white floor and wall units and caeser stone worktops. Electric oven, 4 ring ceramic hob, extractor and space for fridge/freezer. External door to front patio.
Utility (1.9 x 1.33 m) plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine.
Bedroom 2 (2.71 x 5.48 m) double room with fitted wardrobe and ducted air conditioning. En-suite, fitted with high quality sanitary ware and white tiling. Comprising bath with shower over, toilet, pedestal wash basin and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 3 (2.50 x 3.54 m) double room with fitted wardrobe and ducted air conditioning.
Bedroom 4 (2.84 x 5.82 m) large double room with fitted wardrobe. Patio doors to garden and large picture window overlooking the pool. Air conditioning
Family Bathroom – fitted with high quality sanitary ware and white tiling. Comprising bath with shower over, toilet, pedestal wash basin and heated towel rail.
Landing space ideal for study area.
Master Bedroom (2.83 x 3.02 m) double room with patio doors to balcony. En-suite – fitted with high quality sanitary ware and white tiling. Comprising shower, toilet, pedestal wash basin and heated towel rail
Private 10 x 5 m swimming pool with side Roman steps
Garden laid to lawn
Views from garden over open countryside
Well maintained communal gardens and pools
Mains water and electric
Cable TV available
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Corvera is a pedanía (district) within the municipality of Murcia and is home to around 2000 people, covering an area of 44.85 square kilometres.
Located on the southern side of the Sierra de Carrascoy, it borders with the pedanías of Sangonera la Verde and El Palmar to the North, to the East with Baños y Mendigo, to the west with Carrascoy and to the South with Valladolises, Lo Jurado and the neighbouring pedanía of Fuente Álamo.
Throughout it’s history, it´s main activity has always been agricultural, falling within the Campo de Murcia, it’s proximity to the Sierra de Carrascoy dictating the agricultural landscape, cut by the the ramblas of La Murta and el Ciprés, collecting water run-off from the Sierras. Although much of it´s landscape is dedicated to non-irrigated cultivation, with crops such as olives, wheat and almonds, there are also areas of irrigation, with citrus fruits and artichokes being major crops.
The pedanía is also cut by the Puerto de Cadena, the main road running between Murcia and Cartagena, a wooded pine forest corridor which gives a contrast to the arid dryness of much of the agricultural landscape.
Due it’s infrastructural advantages, Corvera has been chosen as the location for the Murcia International Airport, due to open in the summer of 2013, an investment in the pedanía which should create future business opportunities for the residents and landowners.
Corvera is also the location of the Corvera Golf and Country Club, a residential and holiday development built during the property boom years of the 1st decade of the 21st century.
Corvera holds it’s annual Fiestas in honour of the Virgen del Rosario during the first 2 weeks of October and also celebrates Semana Santa with an atmospheric procession.
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