Direct from owners! Unique villa with sea views and walking distance of Javea Old Town

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For sale direct from the owners!

This charming semi-rustic villa was built in 1966 and has been loved and enjoyed by the current owners.  Located on the boundary of  Montgo Natural Park on the scenic road to Denia but within a few minutes walk of  Javea Old Town, this ‘house of character’ is unique.  The interesting design from renowned local architect Manuel Jorge makes the most of its elevated position: the views from the lounge and main bedroom  over Javea and its famous bay are exceptional.

The canopied main entrance accesses the lower floor by a lobby with doors to a linen room and cloakroom. The hall currently accommodates a desk and piano,  and doors to two bedrooms (one double, one for two singles presently used as a second office), and the curving architectural main staircase.  At the head of the staircase the large lounge turns east to showcase the astonishing view over the town to the bay with the peninsulas of San Antonio to the north,  San Martin to the south, and outlines of Ibiza and Formentera on the horizon. Past the lounge the entrance to the main bedroom with en-suite bathroom turns east again with a picture-windowed loggia enjoying views of the garden and, beyond that, much of the same view as the lounge. A decorative light-well with Spanish-style curving staircase accesses the solarium terrace and its delightful siesta room.  On the left of the main staircase is the kitchen/breakfast room with stable door to its own covered naya and open terrace with its external staircase providing an alternative entrance route. Behind the kitchen, a fully shelved bodega (larder) gives access to the utility area and thence to the rear garden and BBQ terrace.

The large room above the garage is presently fitted out as an office but could be an additional guest suite.

Much of the house retains its original and very Spanish brick-paved flooring. The Spanish tradition continues in the external wall surfaces of white painted stucco plastering, internal walls and ceilings of white painted textured rendering.  Founded on rock and substantially constructed the house is cooler in summer.

The property offers a huge amount to new owners – here’s our pick of the best features…

♦  Great urban land location – walking distance to Jávea Old Town but adjacent to a Natural Park.

♦  Amazing sea, town and Montgo views.

♦  Characteristic architectural ‘semi-rustic’ styling: see specially the unique detailing of the attractive lounge.

♦  Space for a pool and permission for that should be no problem.

♦  Double glazed picture windows to lounge.

♦  Solarium terrace and `siesta`  room.

♦  3 bedrooms en-suite and a further toilet.

♦  Potential for further accommodation.

♦  Birdsong in the garden.

♦  Garage with workspace and storage: the carport and forecourt provide extra parking.

♦  Internet TV, broadband and telephone services: additional satellite TV.

♦  Air/Cons – heating and cooling.

Some details:

Mains services –  Electricity – 9.3Kw 3-phase supply on two tariff metering  (i.e. cheap overnight power including for the Air/Con units and for the two water heating cylinders that are on timers).

Water –  Javea is fortunate (and was far-sighted enough) to have its own desalination plant to supplement the traditional borehole supply, and thus has no annual water crises. Drainage however, outside the Pueblo itself, remains on septic tanks: it works well and rarely needs attention.

Connections –  The current owners have very competitive arrangements with Excom and UKTVDirect  as suppliers of internet, phone and TV  via a router in the office that serves also a wifi emitter in the house.  There is additionally a satellite connection for the free-to-air channels (incl. BBC & ITV) and another to receive BBC World Service radio throughout the day.

Security –  The villa has secure (dog-proof) boundaries and entrance gates.  The house  is protected with ‘rejas’ (grilles) including very neat sliding grilles at the naya, logia and solarium staircase.   The stable door to the kitchen naya and the decorative gates at the head of the internal staircase and to lounge and main bedroom doorways are for the protection of children and/or dogs.

Externally:

A terraced Mediterranean garden surrounds the house with rare natural rock features, paved paths, fruit trees and pergola with BBQ. Seating areas make the most of the views and provide for sun and shade.  Maintenance is facilitated by an automatic irrigation system.

There is currently no swimming pool although there is a  convenient space for one: (installation subject to Town Hall permit).

Access to the property is from the forecourt by pedestrian gate or through the garage which has a remote control shutter door.

Jávea and the Costa Blanca

Crowning this most easterly point of mainland Spain with the Balearic islands  on the horizon, Jávea is set just south of the iconic Montgo Natural Park. Its sweeping bay is home to birds and some of the best beaches of the Costa.  The town has long been a favourite destination for all nationalities and has grown substantially in population and facilities over the last 25 years.

The climate in this area has been considered by the World Health Organization to be one of the world’s healthiest. The villa itself enjoys a  micro-climate, benefiting from its position in the lee of the Montgo and it doesn’t suffer the dampness that other areas do.

Javea comprises three main areas: the Pueblo includes the historic ‘Old Town’ at the foot of the hill slopes on which this charming villa is located; the Puerto is the bustling port area with the famous ‘tosca’ stone and gravel beaches; and the Arenal which has the main sandy beach, the Parador Hotel and the Promenade of restaurants and shops.

Central to the Costa Blanca, Jávea has easy access to the N332 and the motorway network. Denia is only 9km to the north with its fashionable shopping areas and ferry routes to the Balearics: Calpe and Benidorm are within one hour’s drive to the south. There are endless ways to enjoy your free time in this area – walking, bird watching, water sports, cycling, etc.

This villa really does offer the best of all worlds, enjoying one of the most popular coastal resorts  and set within a convenient location with privacy and extraordinary views.  The current owners have stayed here for 29 happy years!

House-Villa for sale

€ 440,000 (1,767 €/m2)


Location: Jávea, Alicante province, Valencian Community, Spain


Beds: 3 Baths: 3
Built m2: 249 Plot m2: 1033


Condition: Resale


Ref: CPM - 475


Published at SPI: 1 year, 1 month ago


Tags: Aircon, Fireplace, Parking, Sea views, Storeroom, Walking distance amenities


For sale direct from the owners, advert by Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

This is a property advertisement provided and maintained by a third party, and does not constitute property particulars. The information and pictures (that may include CGIs/renders) published here are intended to give an overall impression, nothing more. Though published in good faith, SPI cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or validity of any of this information, and reserves the right to make changes at any time. SPI therefore accepts no liability arising from any reliance made by any reader or person to whom this information is made available to. As a general rule the price in €/m2, where available, is calculated using 50% of outside built terrace space, if any. Contact the vendor for definitive information, and never buy without the go-ahead from your lawyer.

Direct from owners! Unique villa with sea views and walking distance of Javea Old Town


Marketed on behalf of the owner by Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

Contact Vendor

For sale direct from the owners!

This charming semi-rustic villa was built in 1966 and has been loved and enjoyed by the current owners.  Located on the boundary of  Montgo Natural Park on the scenic road to Denia but within a few minutes walk of  Javea Old Town, this ‘house of character’ is unique.  The interesting design from renowned local architect Manuel Jorge makes the most of its elevated position: the views from the lounge and main bedroom  over Javea and its famous bay are exceptional.

The canopied main entrance accesses the lower floor by a lobby with doors to a linen room and cloakroom. The hall currently accommodates a desk and piano,  and doors to two bedrooms (one double, one for two singles presently used as a second office), and the curving architectural main staircase.  At the head of the staircase the large lounge turns east to showcase the astonishing view over the town to the bay with the peninsulas of San Antonio to the north,  San Martin to the south, and outlines of Ibiza and Formentera on the horizon. Past the lounge the entrance to the main bedroom with en-suite bathroom turns east again with a picture-windowed loggia enjoying views of the garden and, beyond that, much of the same view as the lounge. A decorative light-well with Spanish-style curving staircase accesses the solarium terrace and its delightful siesta room.  On the left of the main staircase is the kitchen/breakfast room with stable door to its own covered naya and open terrace with its external staircase providing an alternative entrance route. Behind the kitchen, a fully shelved bodega (larder) gives access to the utility area and thence to the rear garden and BBQ terrace.

The large room above the garage is presently fitted out as an office but could be an additional guest suite.

Much of the house retains its original and very Spanish brick-paved flooring. The Spanish tradition continues in the external wall surfaces of white painted stucco plastering, internal walls and ceilings of white painted textured rendering.  Founded on rock and substantially constructed the house is cooler in summer.

The property offers a huge amount to new owners – here’s our pick of the best features…

♦  Great urban land location – walking distance to Jávea Old Town but adjacent to a Natural Park.

♦  Amazing sea, town and Montgo views.

♦  Characteristic architectural ‘semi-rustic’ styling: see specially the unique detailing of the attractive lounge.

♦  Space for a pool and permission for that should be no problem.

♦  Double glazed picture windows to lounge.

♦  Solarium terrace and `siesta`  room.

♦  3 bedrooms en-suite and a further toilet.

♦  Potential for further accommodation.

♦  Birdsong in the garden.

♦  Garage with workspace and storage: the carport and forecourt provide extra parking.

♦  Internet TV, broadband and telephone services: additional satellite TV.

♦  Air/Cons – heating and cooling.

Some details:

Mains services –  Electricity – 9.3Kw 3-phase supply on two tariff metering  (i.e. cheap overnight power including for the Air/Con units and for the two water heating cylinders that are on timers).

Water –  Javea is fortunate (and was far-sighted enough) to have its own desalination plant to supplement the traditional borehole supply, and thus has no annual water crises. Drainage however, outside the Pueblo itself, remains on septic tanks: it works well and rarely needs attention.

Connections –  The current owners have very competitive arrangements with Excom and UKTVDirect  as suppliers of internet, phone and TV  via a router in the office that serves also a wifi emitter in the house.  There is additionally a satellite connection for the free-to-air channels (incl. BBC & ITV) and another to receive BBC World Service radio throughout the day.

Security –  The villa has secure (dog-proof) boundaries and entrance gates.  The house  is protected with ‘rejas’ (grilles) including very neat sliding grilles at the naya, logia and solarium staircase.   The stable door to the kitchen naya and the decorative gates at the head of the internal staircase and to lounge and main bedroom doorways are for the protection of children and/or dogs.

Externally:

A terraced Mediterranean garden surrounds the house with rare natural rock features, paved paths, fruit trees and pergola with BBQ. Seating areas make the most of the views and provide for sun and shade.  Maintenance is facilitated by an automatic irrigation system.

There is currently no swimming pool although there is a  convenient space for one: (installation subject to Town Hall permit).

Access to the property is from the forecourt by pedestrian gate or through the garage which has a remote control shutter door.

Jávea and the Costa Blanca

Crowning this most easterly point of mainland Spain with the Balearic islands  on the horizon, Jávea is set just south of the iconic Montgo Natural Park. Its sweeping bay is home to birds and some of the best beaches of the Costa.  The town has long been a favourite destination for all nationalities and has grown substantially in population and facilities over the last 25 years.

The climate in this area has been considered by the World Health Organization to be one of the world’s healthiest. The villa itself enjoys a  micro-climate, benefiting from its position in the lee of the Montgo and it doesn’t suffer the dampness that other areas do.

Javea comprises three main areas: the Pueblo includes the historic ‘Old Town’ at the foot of the hill slopes on which this charming villa is located; the Puerto is the bustling port area with the famous ‘tosca’ stone and gravel beaches; and the Arenal which has the main sandy beach, the Parador Hotel and the Promenade of restaurants and shops.

Central to the Costa Blanca, Jávea has easy access to the N332 and the motorway network. Denia is only 9km to the north with its fashionable shopping areas and ferry routes to the Balearics: Calpe and Benidorm are within one hour’s drive to the south. There are endless ways to enjoy your free time in this area – walking, bird watching, water sports, cycling, etc.

This villa really does offer the best of all worlds, enjoying one of the most popular coastal resorts  and set within a convenient location with privacy and extraordinary views.  The current owners have stayed here for 29 happy years!

This is a property advertisement provided and maintained by a third party, and does not constitute property particulars. The information and pictures (that may include CGIs/renders) published here are intended to give an overall impression, nothing more. Though published in good faith, SPI cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or validity of any of this information, and reserves the right to make changes at any time. SPI therefore accepts no liability arising from any reliance made by any reader or person to whom this information is made available to. As a general rule the price in €/m2, where available, is calculated using 50% of outside built terrace space, if any. Contact the vendor for definitive information, and never buy without the go-ahead from your lawyer.