The villa was built approx 5 years ago and due to a family illness it has not been lived in except for a very short period of time
However it has been damaged by robbers and so is now back in a first build state. The property will need new windows, rejas, kitchen and internal doors and plumbing fixtures
Therefore the owners are now willing to accept offers of around 100,000€ for the property, way below its build value
Quotes have been obtained to return the villa to a liveable condition of around 50,000€
Situated just off the CV83 in the direction of Salinas, with a private drive from the main road, (CV834) the property has easy access to the towns of Salinas, Pinoso, Monovar and Elda and to the A31 motorway and Alicante airport
The detached villa has a build size of approx 186m2, is situated on a 10000m2 plot, and comprises:
Lounge, kitchen, utility room with rear door access, family bathroom, and 4 bedrooms, one of which would be en-suite
The villa also has large covered terrace on 2 sides, a purpose built bbq summer kitchen with dining area and approx 2000m2 of fenced and gated landscaped gardens
The kidney shaped pool area is tiled with mermaid motif and has surrounding sun bathing terrace
There is no electricity to the property at present, although there is electricity in the area, and the property also benefits from deposito water, 2.4 satellite dish, pre installation for air conditioning
Telephone and internet connections are available
Full description online.
The village of Salinas is a different world – a typically Spanish town with 1.299 inhabitants, set in the heart of L’Alta Vinalopo region yet only 57km distance from Alicante city. The landscape here is richly fertile – cultivated plains irrigated by the Vinalopo River, set against a dramatic backdrop of mountain ranges. The region has been described as a ‘crossroads’, as it is situated at the borders of Valencia, Murcia and Castile – it has a rich history and some stunning Moorish castles.
Salinas itself is on the winding road between the urban centres of Sax and Monóvar – in a very rural and quite isolated location. There is a market every day apart from Tuesday, though Friday is the day when the market is at its most bustling. Salinas is named for Laguna de Salinas – a nearby salt lake where the original village stood – the village was destroyed by floodwaters in the 18th century, and rebuilt in its current location. Alicante airport is 50 kilometres away and the nearest golf is at Alenda, around 40 kilometres away.
Property prices tend to be lower inland than in Spain’s coastal resorts and more and more people are looking for the sort of lifestyle country property in Spain can offer –value for money, tranquil surroundings, low crime rates and a sense of community. Owning a property in Salinas puts you at the heart of a genuine community – with all the amenities you need for day-to-day living on your doorstep and if you are looking for a peaceful location, close to a vibrant town, combined with history and culture, Salinas perfectly fits the bill.
Spanish Country Homes has a range of property for sale in and around Salinas to suit all budgets, from land ready for development and property for reform to resale country houses and stunning new build luxury villas. You may be surprised at how much more you can get for your money when you venture inland and away from the coast
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