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 Villa For Sale in Bigastro, Alicante
 No.:  255543
 Price:  249995 EUR
 Region:  Land: es, Region: Valencia
 Place:   Bigastro,    [ Map, no guarantee ]
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 Description property:
This palatial three bedroom detached Villa is set on the hillside overlooking Bigastro and surrounding countryside.The property briefly consists of an open plan lounge and dining room,three double bedrooms,separate kitchen,family bathroom and en suite bathroom.The property boasts beautifully landscaped gardens with many extras added by the owners over the last 10 years.The garden is completely tiled throughout and has further additions of a car port,pergola for al fresco dining and an inviting 8m x 4m swimming pool.The property has central heating and air conditioning,is immaculately presented and furnished to a very high standard.There are further secluded BBQ areas and terraces to enjoy the panoramic views of the valley below. -amp;nbsp; The town of Bigastro is a bustling typically Spanish town with all amenities you would expect.Supermarkets,bars,restaurants and medical facilities are all to hand.The Urbanisation is bordered by a picnic area and pine forest.Bigastro is located approximately 35 minutes for both the airports of Alicante and Murcia and a short drive to the award winning blue flag beaches of Guardamar del Segura. -amp;nbsp; If you have a date to travel to Spain and if you are to be spending your viewing time with our company exclusively we can offer to collect you from the airport and return at the end of the trip and take you to a local hotel. Of course, we can recommend hotels should you wish. We have 2 offices in this area of the-amp;nbsp; Southern Costa Blanca with a comprehensive listing of all types of property. We have access to more or less all properties that are currently on the market in this area and can therefore show you any that you may see advertised elsewhere.-amp;nbsp;This means you need only make the one viewing appointment and be assured that you will be shown any available properties within your specification. There is no better time to buy and we will cover all aspects of buying in-amp;nbsp;Spain-amp;nbsp;and we will be there to assist you at every stage should you decide to purchase with us. Once we have established your budget and requirements of your dream property we can put together a property portfolio and arrange an area tour. If you find your desired property and wish to purchase we can recommend English speaking solicitors who will act on your behalf and in addition we can also introduce you to a selection of local banks where you can open an account. <br /><br />The town of Bigastro has a population of 6,303 inhabitants. Bigastro is a very quiet picturesque town with fabulous mountain views of La Sierra de Callosa and Orihuela. Bigastro is a typical inland Spanish town, surrounded by orange and lemon groves it has its own market day every week, Alicante airport and city are only 45 minutes distance, whilst the historic cities of Orihuela and Murcia with their good quality shopping facilities are close by. The town of Bigastro has everything necessary for enjoying a pleasant lifestyle; a good selection of shops, restaurants and bars. A very nice municipal park, with swimming pool, tennis courts, children's play area, etc. It is approximately a 25 minute drive to various Blue Flag beaches (Torrevieja, La Zenia, Campoamor and Cabo Roig) and an abundance of bars, restaurants and shops. Bigastro is situated on the CV-95 south-east of the town of Orihuela, Bigastro is only 14 km away from the beaches of the Costa Blanca and Orihuela Costa. It is approx. 6-7 km from Orihuela, 60-61 km from Alicante and 205-206 km from Valencia. Though there is evidence of settlements in the area going back to the Bronze Age, the known history of Bigastro only goes back to 1701 when it was founded as the home for some 24 families, relocated from the larger town of Orihuela. It was founded primarily as an agricultural community with a leaning towards hemp and the production of linen, it also became an important area for citrus farming. It later developed some light industry, which continues today. Nearby Bigastro is a recreation area known as La Pedrera, with mountain bike trails, walking trails together with barbeque and camping areas. Bigastro holds a weekly outdoor market where fresh, locally grown produce can be bought along with the usual clothes and leather goods. Bigastro has a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants and a pleasant municipal park, with tennis courts, swimming pool and a children's play area. Bigastro was primarily part of Vega Baja region before it was made a part of the Kingdom of Murcia. Under the Torrijos Treaty, the municipality was adjoined to the Kingdom of Valencia. With the casting out of the Muslims in the 17th century, residents from other parts of Spain came to repopulate the town. As Bigastro was integrated into the Alicante Province, Bigastro experienced increased levels of development.

Features: 1 pool(s), town
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