BEACH APARTMENT. 1 BEDROOM, MODERN SHOWER ROOM, COMMUNAL POOL. WALKING DISTANCE TO SHOPS.
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 50m² Build Size
- Pool: Yes
- Terrace: Yes
- Parking: Yes
- EPC: E
1 Bedroom apartment situated on a beautiful holiday complex with communal pools, summer pool bar. 1st floor no lift with open plan lounge kitchen dining room, 1 double bedroom, enclosed terrace, modern shower room.
The approach to the apartment is via a communal entrance and stair leading to the 1st floor.
Main door opens into the reception hall with a door off to the shower room and living room.
Lounge kitchen dining room, has been very well designed and to accommodate sleeping of 4 people with a concertina door to divide the sitting room off to make a private bedroom.
Kitchen with 2 ring hob, extractor, stainless steel sink and mixer tap over, microwave oven, upright fridge freezer, open arch to enclosed naya, window to the side. Table and chairs for dining.
Bedroom is a generous size with 3 windows, built in double wardrobes ceiling fan and lighting.
Shower room with walk in double shower cubicle, vanity unit with mirror over and washing machine below.
Gardens and poolside are very well maintained, plenty of entertaining space, poolside summer bar.
The local area has plenty of restaurants, fabulous blue flag beaches, local major supermarket in walking distance. NO car required.
You can get a bus from Alicante Airport Alsa will bring you to Denia, then the coastal bus from Denia to Palmera Denia.
Or you can get the tram, which is currently a tram to Altea and then they are upgrading the line so a bus service is currently running between Altea and Denia.
My personal opinion of the apartment is a great holiday home, some of the other apartments are lived in permanently. It would make a superb investment and a profitable rental property. It already has the licence for renting and as the property is fully furnished it is a ready to go business.
The beach at the end of the road is one of my favourites and locally are some of my favourite restaurants. I would get a bicycle and be able to cycle to Denia or Oliva, as the area is flat and no major hills.
The beach has a multilingual school that teach windsurfing, kitesurfing and various other water sports, as the beaches are so vast there are plenty of place to go were you will get some tranquillity.
Denia the town itself has an abundance of restaurants, port with ferries to Ibiza and the other islands, stunning marina with some of the worlds super yachts, Las Rotas nature reserve with a 4km walking route, well it does go further as you can walk over to Javea.