A beautiful colonial-style villa has an area of 670 m² and is located on a land plot of 1,878 m² in one of the most famous and prestigious residential complexes on the Costa Blanca, with private security 24 hours a day, beautiful green areas, a calm and peaceful environment and Close proximity to restaurants, schools, hotels, shops and commercial areas and entertainment areas.
The house has frontal and panoramic views of the sea and Altea Bay and a beautiful Mediterranean garden full of abundant vegetation typical of this area, a pool and a summer dining room.
A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).
The house has three floors, five bedrooms, four bathrooms, three living rooms. Among the rooms there is a living room with a fireplace and wooden bookshelves, a sauna, a jacuzzi, a huge dressing room, a pantry, a laundry room, a guest toilet, two garages with a capacity of four cars (it is also possible to park 4 more cars). The villa can be accessed from two different streets.
There is also an apartment for guests or staff with two rooms, a kitchen, a small living room and a bathroom with a separate exit from the terrace.
The highest quality materials used in its construction make the house exceptional: floors and countertops made from Italian travertine, carpentry made from natural Irocco wood (African oak), designer cranes, Italian lamps, stained glass windows, high-quality parquet.
The house has an elevator on all floors for maximum comfort, so you can get inside directly from the garage. The rooms stand out for their large space. Radiators are strategically hidden inside compartments that simulate cabinets. The house is equipped with air conditioning and underfloor heating, satellite TV, alarm, an armored door, heating.
Location and nearby infrastructure
Altea is a small resort town on the east coast of Spain, in the province of Alicante, on the Costa Blanca — the most prestigious resort area of the country. The former fishing village has adapted to progress without losing the unhurried Mediterranean rhythm of life, and is now considered the most bohemian resort of the coast 10 km north of the “Spanish Manhattan” — the city of Benidorm