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Reference245845
Price250,000 EUR
Bedrooms3
Bathrooms1
Floor Space88.0m2
Land Area

Renovated 3 bedroom Townhouse for sale in Mojacar, Andalucia

250,000 EUR
215,000 GBP267,500 USD
Fully renovated, modern 3 bedroom house enjoying panoramic mountain views from its ideal location near the beach and all amenities in Mojacar.

On the ground floor is a colourful kitchen with an outdoor patio of 9 m2 where large white aluminium cabinets have been installed, a WC, a spacious South facing living room and a 24 m2 terrace.

The upper floor comprises of a hall, three bedrooms and a modern and bright bathroom. All the rooms, as well as the dining room, have air conditioning and electric radiators, even in the entrance hall.

The terrace has an area of 25 m2 and is situated at the entrance of the house, and the parking space in front of the house is private.
Fully renovated, modern 3 bedroom house enjoying panoramic mountain views from its ideal location near the beach and all amenities in Mojacar.

On the ground floor is a colourful kitchen with an outdoor patio of 9 m2 where large white aluminium cabinets have been installed, a WC, a spacious South facing living room and a 24 m2 terrace.

The upper floor comprises of a hall, three bedrooms and a modern and bright bathroom. All the rooms, as well as the dining room, have air conditioning and electric radiators, even in the entrance hall.

The terrace has an area of 25 m2 and is situated at the entrance of the house, and the parking space in front of the house is private.

Mojacar, where the sun shines 320 days of the year, has much to offer for the tourist and resident, with 14 kilometres of sandy, uncluttered beaches, and a backdrop of spectacular mountains which are abundant in flora and fauna. It is known throughout Spain as the Corner of Enchantment for its unique character and micro-climate. Although only a small seaside town Mojacar offers 2 quality links golf courses and several other golf courses are only a short drive away.

There is no high-rise building to obscure the sea or the views, nor will there be; earlier edicts have ensured that this lovely area will remain as natural as possible. It is for this reason that Mojacar is known as the 'Corner of Enchantment'. Located on the south-east coast of Andalusia, and surrounded by designated areas of natural beauty, Mojacar is an ideal venue which offers solitary beaches, restaurants, trendy chiringitos-beach bars, street cafes, shops, and many sporting facilities.

Mojacar and all its surrounding towns and villages have their individual street markets where everyone can enjoy local cuisine, tradition, colour - and the REAL Spain. Situated only an hours drive from Almeria international airport and 1.5 to 2.5 hour drive to the airports of Murcia and Alicante. Mojacar has excellent motorway access and in the next few years will be served by the AVE high speed train from Madrid.
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