Superb 5 Bedroom Villa in Javea Spain
Euroresales Property iD - 9825042
This property is an excellent 5-bedroom villa on a quiet and private location in Javea, Alicante, Spain.
The property is arranged on 2 floors and the entrance is accessed directly from the parking area, the upper level comprises of a spacious living room with a fireplace, a large glazed naya integrated to the house which is also used as a dining area with sea views.
An ample, fully fitted and equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar is also included along with 2 bedrooms, a shower room and a large terrace area with pergola.
An internal staircase leads down to the lower level that could be independent, this floor contains the master en-suite bedroom with a bath & shower. Another 2 bedrooms, shower room and the utility room are situated on this floor.
From the lower floor the pool and garden can be accessed with ample terraces and a barbecue area.
The garden has an easy maintenance with an automatic irrigation system and a large storage room.
The entire villa has gas central heating, air-conditioning and aluminium double-glazed windows with mosquito nets and shutters.
From the naya, a spiral staircase leads up to a small solarium which provides beautiful panoramic views of the sea and also has access to the pool area.
Bedrooms - 5
Bathrooms - 3
Floor Size - 200 square metres
Plot Size - 745 square metres
Private Pool (8x4m)
Automatic irrigation System
About the Area:
Javea or Xabia is a coastal town in the comarca of Marina Alta, in the province of Alicante, Valencia, Spain, by the Mediterranean Sea.
Situated on the back side of the Montgo, behind a wide bay and sheltered between two rocky headlands, the town has become a very popular small seaside resort and market town. Half of its resident population and over two thirds of its annual visitors are foreigners.
Xabia is situated in the north of the province, on the easternmost point of the Mediterranean coast. The island of ibiza lies some 90 kilometres to the east, and it can be seen on clear days.
Flat, fertile agricultural land stretches for miles inland, criss-crossed by small streams and used primarily for growing citrus and olive trees. The coastline of Xabia features four capes; Cabo de San Antonio, Cap de la Nau, Cap Negre and Cap Marti
The Montgo Massif, which shelters Xabia, is the highest summit of the region standing at a height of over 750m.
The Parque natural del Macizo del Montgo was declared in 1987, stretching across the area of La Plana to the cape of Sant Antoni. Cape San Antonio is located nearby.
The port has a gravel beach and marina, known as Duanes de la Mar. Whilst the history of the harbour stretches back to the 15th century, the first jetty was built in 1871 and it became an important gateway for the export of raisins.
The raisin trade collapsed at the end of the 19th century, and the settlement became only a fishing harbour. The modern harbour was built in the 1950s and 1960s.
The nautical club has been in the central area of the harbour since 1963. The landmark is the church of Mare de Deu de Loreto, built in 1967 in the shape of an oval boat keel, to resemble a fishing vessel bursting through the waves.