Living in Spain

Top tips to consider when buying a re-sale holiday home

  • LOCATION & IMMEDIATE LOCAL ENVIRONMENT
  • CHOICE OF AMENITIES AVAILABLE SUITED TO YOUR NEEDS
  • ACCESSIBILITY TO AIRPORTS ETC.,
  • CHOOSE YOUR TOP 5 MUST HAVE FEATURES IN THE PROPERTY
  • CONDITION OF PROPERTY – WELL MAINTAINED OR RENOVATION PROJECT?
  • ANNUAL RUNNING COSTS e,g. COMMUNITY FEES etc.,
  • MAKE A LIST OF PROS AND CONS AND SEE HOW MANY BOXES IT TICKS.
  • BUDGET INCLUDING COSTS
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A resale can be in a established area and you have a defined picture of what the immediate environment and location is. Whereas a new build sometimes requires your imagination and artists impressions.

Annual running costs generally speaking a complex with more or newer facilities may incur a high community fees than some older properties. It is a matter of budget and personal choice what suits you most and drives your decision making.

The house benefits from ducted A/C, solar water heating, satellite TV, and it is being sold fully furnished. It is in excellent order and viewing is highly recommended for those looking for a beautiful villa in the sunshine just a short car ride or take the local bus, to the beautiful unspoilt beaches at La Marina and Guardamar and within walking distance to bars, restaurants and an international supermarket. Alicante airport is a 30 minute drive, the “Palm City “ of Elche is only 15 minutes away and access to national rail and motorway links are easily reachable making this a fantastic location!

There are 3 good sized bedrooms; The master suite has a full bathroom with double vanity unit, there is a walk-in wardrobe with plenty of storage space and a great sized bedroom. The second bedroom is also a good size and has an en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes, bedroom 3 with fitted wardrobes is set out as a twin room and shares the guest bathroom located in the hallway opposite.

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