We are excited to be working with a well know builder in the area who has asked us to promote this ONE OFF stunning "DETACHED VILLA" which has a build size of 144m2 and will sit on a plot of 500m2 which is situated in the lovely Spanish Town of Day Vieja. As you walk into the property you have a large OPEN PLAN area, to your right is a modern FULLY FITTED KITCHEN with all the appliances you would expect, which has been designed for entertaining, you then have a large lounge/dining area which creates a real SENSE OF SPACE, at the far end of the lounge you have glass sliding doors that take you out to a covered terrace, the garden and your own PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL and separate JACUZZI. Moving back inside the property at the side of the lounge is a covered walk way that takes you through to the sleeping area, first on your left you have a utility room followed by a corridor that provides you access to all the rooms. There is a family bathroom on your right followed by the first guest bedroom which has pre-installed air-conditioning, fitted wardrobes and glass sliding doors that provide access out to the garden. Moving down the corridor you have two more double bedrooms each with pre-installed air-conditioning, fitted wardrobes and glass sliding doors that provide access to the garden.
This amazing villa comes with many benefits fitted as standard such as:
Private Swimming Pool
This villa also comes with the option of putting your own touch on it and we suggest that you allow us to arrange a meeting with the builder direct, to discuss what options you want to be included in your new home from home. This Villa is available for 356,500 euros and is 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 Vieja and its history: Daya Vieja is located on the left bank of the Segura River, in the heart of the Vega Baja del Segura. Together with Daya Nueva, Daya Vieja belonged to the municipality of Orihuela since the Reconquest carried out by the Crown of Castile in the middle of the 13th century. In 1791 the owners of Daya Nueva and Daya Vieja, jointly appointed, decided to segregate themselves from the city of Orihuela and form a single municipality called Las Dayas. There was an earthquake in 1829 which destroyed almost the entire town, which was rebuilt between 1855 and 1857. In 1871, the then owner of Daya Vieja, taking refuge in the Alfonsina jurisdiction, decided to form his own municipality, separating himself from the rest of Las Dayas. The family owner of the town sold the land of Daya Vieja in 1928 for 1,500,000 pesetas to the brothers García Palmer and García Castillo who parcelled and sold them to small owners.