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 villa was built in 1966 and has been loved and enjoyed by the current owners who are now reluctantly selling.

The property is unique – an interesting design from local architect Manuel Jorge which makes the most of its elevated position. The views from the property (many of the rooms inside the house, not just from the garden!) are glorious – across the top of the town of Javea itself out to the bay.

One of the key features of the property is that it offers the best of both worlds in terms of the location on the ‘Mountain Road’ to Denia: the Old Town of Jávea is just a short walk away but at this detached villa, with mature gardens and adjoining a Natural Park, you have peace, tranquillity and fantastic views.

The villa itself offers three en-suite bedrooms plus a guest WC. There is a large living and dining room with adjoining glazed naya which enjoys superb views – as does the master bedroom with its useful logia.

There is a fitted kitchen with a separate pantry/bodega and utility room. There is a further linen room, a library space and above the garage there is an office which could be converted into an additional guest suite.

An internal staircase in the light well winds up to the solarium terrace and another room at roof level.

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

♦ Great location – walking distance of Old Town Javea but adjacent to a Natural Park

♦ Amazing views across Javea to the sea and the Javea Bay

♦ 3 bedrooms en-suite

♦ Potential for guest accommodation

♦ Mature, terraced gardens with plenty of space to relax and dine

♦ Unique styling and design

♦ Urban land location – space for a pool and permission should be no problem

♦ Garage with workspace and storage, carport and forecourt parking

♦ Mains water and electric services

♦ Landline telephone and Broadband Internet connections

♦ Satellite TV and sufficient Internet for streaming TV

♦ Air/Cons – heating and cooling

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 foresighted 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. Works well and rarely needs attention.

Connections – Internet, TV and telephone services: The current owners have a contract with Swiss Cable as supplier of internet, phone and ‘Beam’ TV. The ‘Beam’ is a microwave service covering about 50 English-language channels incl. Sky. The monthly charge is €71 for this package. There is additionally a 1.2m dish and independent satellite connection on Astra 2D that gets other free-to-air channels (incl. BBC, ITV). There is also a smaller dish aimed at Nile TV presently used for BBC World Service radio that is available 24 hrs anywhere in the house.

Internet service comes to a router in the office that serves also a wifi emitter in the house.

Security – The villa comes with secure boundaries and entrance gates. The house itself is protected with ‘rejas’ (grilles) including sliding (very neat) grilles protecting the naya and logia. Decorative gates at head of internal staircase, and to lounge and main bedroom doorways, are for the protection of children and/or dogs. The ‘farmhouse’ door to the kitchen naya likewise.

Gardens and outside

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

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

Access to the property is directly from the road by pedestrian gate into the front garden or through the garage which has remote control shutter door. There is off-road parking with a carport and an ample forecourt.

The garage also has space for a workbench and extensive storage racking.

Javea and the Costa Blanca

Javea has long been a popular destination for all nationalities – set just south of the Montgo Natural Park (accessible from La Plana) and with the sweeping bay home to some of the best beaches in the whole of Spain. You can understand why this coastal resort has grown over the last 30 years.

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

Javea has three main areas: Javea Pueblo which is the interesting Old Town beneath the hill slopes where this charming villa is located. Javea Puerto is the bustling port area with the famous tosca stone and gravel beaches, and then there is the Arenal which has the main sandy beach and its Promenade of great restaurants.

Javea Old Town dates back to Moorish times and offers everything you need for daily life. Being close to the Old Town is a real bonus as there is plenty of choice of bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural events.

The location is central to the Costa Blanca and, although the most easterly point of peninsula Spain, has easy access to the motorway network. Denia is only 7km to the north with its fashionable shopping areas and ferry routes to the Balearics, and Calpe and Benidorm are within one hour to the south.

There are endless ways to enjoy your free time in this area – walking, bird watching, water sports and cycling, etc. The proximity of the Montgo Natural Park and the settled urban-residential area around this villa restricts any further development and provides a variety of wildlife and walking opportunities.

This villa really does offer the best of all worlds. Enjoying one of the most popular coastal resorts in Spain and set within a convenient location with privacy and extraordinary views. You can see why the current owners have stayed for 25 happy years here!

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: 6 months, 1 day 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 villa was built in 1966 and has been loved and enjoyed by the current owners who are now reluctantly selling.

The property is unique – an interesting design from local architect Manuel Jorge which makes the most of its elevated position. The views from the property (many of the rooms inside the house, not just from the garden!) are glorious – across the top of the town of Javea itself out to the bay.

One of the key features of the property is that it offers the best of both worlds in terms of the location on the ‘Mountain Road’ to Denia: the Old Town of Jávea is just a short walk away but at this detached villa, with mature gardens and adjoining a Natural Park, you have peace, tranquillity and fantastic views.

The villa itself offers three en-suite bedrooms plus a guest WC. There is a large living and dining room with adjoining glazed naya which enjoys superb views – as does the master bedroom with its useful logia.

There is a fitted kitchen with a separate pantry/bodega and utility room. There is a further linen room, a library space and above the garage there is an office which could be converted into an additional guest suite.

An internal staircase in the light well winds up to the solarium terrace and another room at roof level.

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

♦ Great location – walking distance of Old Town Javea but adjacent to a Natural Park

♦ Amazing views across Javea to the sea and the Javea Bay

♦ 3 bedrooms en-suite

♦ Potential for guest accommodation

♦ Mature, terraced gardens with plenty of space to relax and dine

♦ Unique styling and design

♦ Urban land location – space for a pool and permission should be no problem

♦ Garage with workspace and storage, carport and forecourt parking

♦ Mains water and electric services

♦ Landline telephone and Broadband Internet connections

♦ Satellite TV and sufficient Internet for streaming TV

♦ Air/Cons – heating and cooling

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 foresighted 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. Works well and rarely needs attention.

Connections – Internet, TV and telephone services: The current owners have a contract with Swiss Cable as supplier of internet, phone and ‘Beam’ TV. The ‘Beam’ is a microwave service covering about 50 English-language channels incl. Sky. The monthly charge is €71 for this package. There is additionally a 1.2m dish and independent satellite connection on Astra 2D that gets other free-to-air channels (incl. BBC, ITV). There is also a smaller dish aimed at Nile TV presently used for BBC World Service radio that is available 24 hrs anywhere in the house.

Internet service comes to a router in the office that serves also a wifi emitter in the house.

Security – The villa comes with secure boundaries and entrance gates. The house itself is protected with ‘rejas’ (grilles) including sliding (very neat) grilles protecting the naya and logia. Decorative gates at head of internal staircase, and to lounge and main bedroom doorways, are for the protection of children and/or dogs. The ‘farmhouse’ door to the kitchen naya likewise.

Gardens and outside

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

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

Access to the property is directly from the road by pedestrian gate into the front garden or through the garage which has remote control shutter door. There is off-road parking with a carport and an ample forecourt.

The garage also has space for a workbench and extensive storage racking.

Javea and the Costa Blanca

Javea has long been a popular destination for all nationalities – set just south of the Montgo Natural Park (accessible from La Plana) and with the sweeping bay home to some of the best beaches in the whole of Spain. You can understand why this coastal resort has grown over the last 30 years.

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

Javea has three main areas: Javea Pueblo which is the interesting Old Town beneath the hill slopes where this charming villa is located. Javea Puerto is the bustling port area with the famous tosca stone and gravel beaches, and then there is the Arenal which has the main sandy beach and its Promenade of great restaurants.

Javea Old Town dates back to Moorish times and offers everything you need for daily life. Being close to the Old Town is a real bonus as there is plenty of choice of bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural events.

The location is central to the Costa Blanca and, although the most easterly point of peninsula Spain, has easy access to the motorway network. Denia is only 7km to the north with its fashionable shopping areas and ferry routes to the Balearics, and Calpe and Benidorm are within one hour to the south.

There are endless ways to enjoy your free time in this area – walking, bird watching, water sports and cycling, etc. The proximity of the Montgo Natural Park and the settled urban-residential area around this villa restricts any further development and provides a variety of wildlife and walking opportunities.

This villa really does offer the best of all worlds. Enjoying one of the most popular coastal resorts in Spain and set within a convenient location with privacy and extraordinary views. You can see why the current owners have stayed for 25 happy years here!

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.