3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Detached Villa – Daya Nueva



We are excited to be working with a well know builder in the area who has asked us to promote these "BEAUTIFUL VILLA´S" which have a build size of 106m2 and sit on plots of 241m2 and are situated in the lovely Spanish Town of Day Nueva. These villas are built on one level and ideal for everyone, as you walk into the property you walk into an OPEN PLAN living room/dining area, which has a real sense of space, at the far side of the lounge you have a MODERN well designed kitchen. Immediately to your left you have the two guest bedrooms which are good doubles and each have fitted wardrobes and sliding patio doors out to the terrace, then as you walk round you have a utility room followed by the family bathroom/shower room. Moving back towards the lounge, at the other end of the lounge you have access to the MASTER BEDROOM, which has its own walk-in-wardrobe, plus en-suite, there are also glass sliding doors that take you out onto the terrace, which is lovely area to just sit out in the afternoon sun, you also have a PRIVATE DRIVE for your car plus your own PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL. These Villas are available from 243,000 euros and are just a short walk to all the local amenities, such as restaurants, shops and bars and only a 20-minute drive to the lovely beaches of Moncayo or Guardamar. 

Here is a little about Daya Nueva and its history: Daya Nueva provides good connections routes with the Autovía de Murcia by Crevillente and Torrevieja (45 km from Alicante and 87 km from Benidorm). Daya la Nueva, was initially awarded by Alfonso X el Sabio, along with Almoradí and his term, to the Castilian noble Fernán Pérez de Guzmán. By 1411, the place was formed by a fortified house, residence of the Lord; a Christian village of twelve families and a small Mudejar aljama that contained unsuspected treasures. From the 14th to the 17th century it was run by the Masquefa, Rocafull and Boil. In the sixteenth century (March 18, 1566), Daya Nueva became a barony, with his title being given to Jaime de Masquefa, and later in the Rabasa de Perellós, marquises of Dos Aguas, later he went to the Roca de Togores. At the end of the 19th century, Vicente Daysi Puigmoltó, son of the sixth Marquis of Dos Aguas, acquired the title of count-major. In 1974, Daya Nueva annexed the adjoining municipality of Puebla de Rocamora. There is no pear tree in the municipality. The origin of the fruits of his coat is not clarified. Some local historians attribute it to a time of bonanza and prosperity at the time he joined La Puebla de Rocamora, at which time his people enjoyed an increase in their agricultural products and the pear lemon, as a symbol of gluttony, was chosen to crown the municipality's shield. The three pears of the shield already existed before the union between Daya Nueva and Puebla de Rocamora, not which is the origin.

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