EXCLUSIVE LISTING this attractive two bedroom duplex on the popular Las Brisas I community, walking distance from the beach.
The property has recently been reformed and redecorated and is presented in a modern decor style. On walking into the house there is a small toilet room on your right and access to the fully fitted kitchen. An arched hatch from the kitchen to the sitting room allows more light to flow between the kitchen and lounge area. Into the lounge there is a feature fireplace, double doors out to a part covered terrace and larger section of terrace that is uncovered, perfect for entertaining and barbecuing.
There are marble steps from the lower hallway up to the first floor where there are two further double bedrooms each with doors out to a private terrace, one at the front of the house enjoying a sea view and one at the rear of the house overlooking the rear parking area. All bedrooms and lounge have newly installed air conditioning offering hot and cool air. Also on the first floor is a full family bathroom.
This well presented property benefits from mosquito screens throughout, new air conditioning throughout, an allocated parking space, secure Rejas on all exterior doors and overall is presented to the market in very good condition. This property can be sold furnished subject to the offer submitted. The property has an excellent rental history and the buyer can inherit a good number of summer rentals already booked with a local rental agent that manages the property for the current owners. The community has a large communal pool and gardens to relax in throughout the year.
Air-conditioning Allocated parking Close to amenities Double glazing Fireplace Furniture negotiable South facing Walking distance to beach
The energy performance certificate is a report that describes how efficient a home is in terms of energy consumption. It assigns an energy rating to each home on a scale which ranges from 'A' (the most efficient) to 'G' (the least efficient).
This property's EPC certificate is rated as :- E
Spanish homes which are designed to keep cool in the summer months, traditionaly have lower EPC ratings.