Here we have a lovely example of a truly traditional 324 metre square Spanish village house. Built in 1927 this large house is currently arranged as spacious three-bedroom apartment upstairs with two large private terraces, a separate lounge, dining room, bathroom and kitchen.

The lower floor is currently open plan and is available to do so many things. It would make a fantastic workshop for all sorts of trades, great storage for classic cars, or just a large garage. If you wanted to turn it into lower floor accommodation, this could also be easily done. It also has its own completely separate electricity supply.
Outside and to the rear of the ground floor there is a good size patio and garden area with stairway leading up to the upper floor and terraces.
The property is located in great position in front of one of the villages very nicely kept parks. There are two supermarkets within a short walking distance from the house, along with bakers, chemist, butchers, public undercover swimming pool and medical centre.
The apartment is entered from the road via the traditional hardwood door. The staircase with some beautiful Valencian tiles, takes you up into the central dining area of the apartment. From here you can enter either the front or the back of the house and also straight ahead into the internal master bedroom. Towards the front of the and from the dining area, you enter into a bright relaxing area with views of the park in front. From this area there are two good size bedrooms both well-lit and entered from via large original hardwood doors. The original antique tiled floors are absolutely stunning, as is the original dining room ceiling rose and original beautiful coving.
Towards the rear of the property and across from the dining room there is a lovely lounge with carpenter-built end wall units surrounding an ornate open fireplace, currently home to a small enclosed log burner.
From the lounge there are some original large double hardwood doors leading out onto a great private terrace, also accessed from the rear of the kitchen.

Here is a great spot for summer dining and entertaining. Back inside and to the right takes you down a short corridor and into a good size bathroom with full size bath, toilet and a beautiful polished stone sink, ornate tap fitted to a lovely piece of wooden bathroom furniture. On from the bathroom you will find a good size fitted kitchen with plenty of work and storage space, a large original porcelain sink and gas oven with incorporated hob. From here there is also access out onto the rear lounge terrace. There is also a good size storeroom to the rear of the kitchen which is entered from the terrace. This is currently home to a newly installed wall mounted gas hot water boiler and plumbing, sink, washing machine and plenty of electrical sockets.
Back inside and through the lounge and dining areas take you into a splendid open, airy and light chillout area, with high ceilings, large double opening wooden doors and windows displaying an ornate balcony, ideal for taking your early morning coffee, or afternoon tea, sat in the sun with views of the lovely park. From this room there are a further two good size double bedrooms, each with their own double facing hardwood doors, windows and Juilet balconies.

Back to the rear of the lounge and kitchen, the terrace leads via a small bridge up onto a large rear garden elevated terrace. An absolutely fabulous place for entertaining with friends, or just relaxing absorbing the daily sun.
The rear garden can be reached either via steps from the upper terrace or from the back lower part of the house. Here there is plenty of a choice for future planning for a wonderful private garden.

All in all this an absolutely great original village house just waiting to be lived in.

Palma de Gandia is situated within a fifteen-minute drive to the wonderful historic town of Gandia, with its lovely shops, bars and restaurants. Five minutes more will take you to the 23km of golden sandy award wining beaches and La Playa de Gandia, a place which is packed with Mediterranean culture, especially during the summer months. The village is also extremely well connected to both Alicante and Valencia airports, with just an hour drive away.

  • Townhouse
  • 2 Floors
  • 1 Living room
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 3 Terraces
  • Courtyard
  • Storeroom
  • Laundry
  • Pantry
  • Independent apartment

  • Plot: 237 m2
  • Built: 324 m2

  • Year of construction: 1927

  • gardens
  • Chimney
  • Separate kitchen
  • Individual hot water
  • Individual heating

  • Water
  • Electricity

  • Ceramic flooring
  • Wood carpentry

125.000 €

  • 386 €/m2
  • Council Tax 346 €/Year
  • Garbage Tax 76 €/Year

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Palma de Gandía (Valencia)

  • Urban area
  • Southeast orientation

Close to
  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Shopping centers
  • Restaurants
  • Green spaces

  • Bus
  • Airport (60 min.)

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