Offers invited - direct from owners, 4 bed, 3 bath villa with sea views, separate guest accommodation, salt water pool and detached double garage

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Offers invited – for sale direct from the owners!

This charming and beautifully presented villa was originally built in 1992 but has benefitted from a lot of updating and modernisation over recent years.  Stylish kitchens and bathrooms, light bright living spaces and generous bedrooms all go to make this a comfortable home for anyone wanting to enjoy this popular yet unspoiled coast of Spain (Costa Azahar).

The villa is split into two separate houses – a lower level which the owners live in year round and the upper level which is used for friends and family when they come to stay.  This could be an ideal solution to anyone who wants to create some income – the upper level would make an ideal holiday rental apartment and all guests will love the location!  The house is less than 2 km to the center of Peñiscola and the local beaches.

The lower house…

The 2 bedroom lower house level was fully renovated in 2009 and comprises a light, bright living room with bay window, a stylish modern kitchen with built in appliances from the Swiss brand Franke.

The master bedroom is large and benefits from glorious views over the gardens and sea in the distance.

There is a spacious bathroom with whirlpool bath and walk in shower.

The second bedroom and is currently used as a study/office

The outside space is large with a lovely covered terrace and a large outdoor terrace ideal for relaxing and dining.

The upper house…

This is currently used as a guest house for friends and family but this could easily become a rental property for holiday guests or it could be ideal as separate accommodation for an elderly relative or teenage children.

This level consists of a living room, fitted kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.

Again, there is a large covered terrace and an outdoor terrace.

There is an option to create a large family home incorporating both levels although the current owners prefer the separation offered with the current layout – it works well for guests and the home owners too!

Just some of the many features of this beautiful home…

Main house and separate accommodation for guests

Detached double garage

Swimming pool (salt water), open terraces and enclosed, private gardens

Double glazed windows, blinds (partly automatic) and fly screens

Gas central heating system to radiators

Air conditioning – heating and cooling

Satellite TV, landline telephone and Internet (6MB download)

The double garage has electric, automatic (Hörmann) shutters and can accommodate two cars.

Large roof top sun terrace with amazing views.

The plot of 800 square meters is fully enclosed with gated entrance.

Attractive garden areas with terraces and a salt water pool (8m x 4m).

Sea views from many of the rooms, terraces and the roof terrace!

The location

The villa is located on the popular and well established urbanization of Las Atalayas, just 2 km to the centre of Peñiscola and the beaches of the Costa Azahar.  It is a 20 minute stroll to the centre of the village and as you’ll have the choice of a wide range of shops, bars and facilities to make life comfortable.

Peñiscola is a local Spanish seaside town which is perfectly located to enjoy this impressive stretch of coastline. The history of Peñiscola goes back to the Moorish occupation of Spain and the Reconquest in the Middle Ages.  The castle has been used as a fortress for many centuries and provides a focal point for the area being located on a rocky outcrop seen for miles around.

The village has a wide range of shops and these include: Mercadona (just 0.5 km away), several local supermarkets, a fish mongers, butcher, baker, vegetable store, drugstore and many more.

Peñiscola and the local beaches attract tourists (mainly Spaniards from the inland areas) who are coming for the beautiful beaches and a more relaxed holiday environment. The most beautiful beach is located to the north, gradually running into the sea and is about 5 kilometres long. The calm water is perfect for swimming and there are many sports such as sailing, canoeing and volleyball. The beach has been awarded the Blue Flag, and there are lifeguards present.

There is a beautiful palm tree lined promenade and this makes for an ideal way to stroll along the coast and enjoy the views and fresh air. The south coast is more rocky interspersed with small coves and beaches.

The National Park Sierra de Irta is located south of Peñiscola and the mountains here reach to the sea, punctuated by deserted bays. It is a rugged natural area with wilderness, many migratory birds, archaeological sites and castle ruins, such as the castles of Alcala and of Magdalena de Pulpis built by the Moors. From the castle ruins of Alcala you have a breath-taking view of the valley and the sea. There are several well-marked hiking and biking trails, short to very long.

There are many popular places within the region to see and do – all within 45 mins drive away…

La Senia – a beautiful reservoir popular for fishing and a picnic and restaurant Font the San Pere in old watermill.

Ulldecona is a little further away where you will find restaurant Les Moles which has a Michelin star and is very much a destination restaurant.

Morella a walled town with imposing fortress.

The historic town of Sant Mateu is a world heritage site with a stunning church, Roman columns and wonderful market square filled with bars and restaurants. Close to the town you find restaurant Farga in the Ermita from where you have a magnificent view of the region.

For football fans, the local club is Villarreal who play in the top level of the Spanish league (La Liga). They play in an English style stadium where you are close to the field (El Madrigal) and all the action.

For golf lovers there is Panoramica Golf, a local course and the only one in Spain designed by the German pro Bernhard Langer. It is an exceptional golf course which has hosted numerous events at national and international level for professional and amateur golf players. Most recently the European Tour Qualifying School. The design of the course with its stunning lakes gives you a good quality golf course that is well maintained throughout the year.

Airports…

You have a choice between a number of local airports all offering low cost flights from around Europe;

Castellon airport is just 50 kilometers away and is now home to many Ryan Air routes

Barcelona (Reus) 120 kilometers

Valencia 140 kilometers.

Local Schools…

There is a wide choice of schooling options to suit all ages – this includes:

Elementary school Jaime Sanz (2 km), a secondary school Alfred Ayza (1 km) and for an International education, the Basic/Secondary ISP School International Peñiscola (4 km)

Doctors and health care…

The local health centre is based in Peñiscola (2 km away) and has three doctors on hand.  The closest hospital is Hospital Vinaros (14 km) and there a various local pharmacies based in the village.

Ebro Delta (50 km)

The beautiful area has been designated a European Destination of Excellence (EDEN) by the European Commission in recognition of its proposal for sustainable tourism. This nature space located in Tarragona covers an area of 320 square kilometres, of which 80 comprise the Ebro Delta nature reserve. It has a great ornithological richness and is internationally important due to the presence here of over 400 species and some of the most important breeding colonies in the Mediterranean.

These flat lands give the Ebro Delta its unique landscape, which varies according to the season of the year. It is home to everything from market gardens and orchards to rice fields, while in the coastal area there are large lakes fringed by rush and reed beds. The area around this nature reserve is characterised by its saline soils, and extensive deserted sandy beaches with dune systems.

Priorat Wine region (120 km)

Spain’s best wine region! Since D.O recognition (Denominación de Origen) in 1954, the Priorat wine received worldwide fame. Now it is one of Spain’s best wine regions.  The grapes grow here on steep slopes up to 700 meters high and have to deal with cold winters and dry summers.

Around 1910 small local vineyards were supported to make wine. The businesses were housed in special cellars, mostly designed by architect César Martinell, a student of Gaudi. They were nicknamed catedrals del vi, “wine cathedrals”. They look like medieval cathedrals in construction and style.

Valdelinares (130 km)

This is the southernmost resort in the Aragon region. Located in the Sierra de Gúdar mountains, Valdelinares -at 1,693 m- is the highest municipal district in Spain. Valdelinares’ secret lies in a perfect combination of the natural beauty of its forests, and the comforts of a friendly, family resort. If you want to learn to ski, the resort has everything you need to start out, and then allows you to move on to experiencing the thrill of more difficult slopes. For the more adventurous, the lines and jumps at the Bujarones Snow Park have been redesigned, and this facility has now been moved to a new venue on the Villarejo slope, where it has doubled in size. The latest and most modern systems of artificial snow production guarantee snow throughout the whole of the winter season. The entire skiing area has artificial snow-production facilities.

House-Villa for sale

€ 399,000 (1,590 €/m2)


Location: Peñiscola, Castellon province, Valencian Community, Spain


Beds: 4 Baths: 3Pool: Yes
Built m2: 251 Plot m2: 800


Condition: Resale


Ref: CPM - 312


Published at SPI: 1 year, 4 months 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.

Offers invited - direct from owners, 4 bed, 3 bath villa with sea views, separate guest accommodation, salt water pool and detached double garage


Marketed on behalf of the owner by Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

Contact Vendor

Offers invited – for sale direct from the owners!

This charming and beautifully presented villa was originally built in 1992 but has benefitted from a lot of updating and modernisation over recent years.  Stylish kitchens and bathrooms, light bright living spaces and generous bedrooms all go to make this a comfortable home for anyone wanting to enjoy this popular yet unspoiled coast of Spain (Costa Azahar).

The villa is split into two separate houses – a lower level which the owners live in year round and the upper level which is used for friends and family when they come to stay.  This could be an ideal solution to anyone who wants to create some income – the upper level would make an ideal holiday rental apartment and all guests will love the location!  The house is less than 2 km to the center of Peñiscola and the local beaches.

The lower house…

The 2 bedroom lower house level was fully renovated in 2009 and comprises a light, bright living room with bay window, a stylish modern kitchen with built in appliances from the Swiss brand Franke.

The master bedroom is large and benefits from glorious views over the gardens and sea in the distance.

There is a spacious bathroom with whirlpool bath and walk in shower.

The second bedroom and is currently used as a study/office

The outside space is large with a lovely covered terrace and a large outdoor terrace ideal for relaxing and dining.

The upper house…

This is currently used as a guest house for friends and family but this could easily become a rental property for holiday guests or it could be ideal as separate accommodation for an elderly relative or teenage children.

This level consists of a living room, fitted kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.

Again, there is a large covered terrace and an outdoor terrace.

There is an option to create a large family home incorporating both levels although the current owners prefer the separation offered with the current layout – it works well for guests and the home owners too!

Just some of the many features of this beautiful home…

Main house and separate accommodation for guests

Detached double garage

Swimming pool (salt water), open terraces and enclosed, private gardens

Double glazed windows, blinds (partly automatic) and fly screens

Gas central heating system to radiators

Air conditioning – heating and cooling

Satellite TV, landline telephone and Internet (6MB download)

The double garage has electric, automatic (Hörmann) shutters and can accommodate two cars.

Large roof top sun terrace with amazing views.

The plot of 800 square meters is fully enclosed with gated entrance.

Attractive garden areas with terraces and a salt water pool (8m x 4m).

Sea views from many of the rooms, terraces and the roof terrace!

The location

The villa is located on the popular and well established urbanization of Las Atalayas, just 2 km to the centre of Peñiscola and the beaches of the Costa Azahar.  It is a 20 minute stroll to the centre of the village and as you’ll have the choice of a wide range of shops, bars and facilities to make life comfortable.

Peñiscola is a local Spanish seaside town which is perfectly located to enjoy this impressive stretch of coastline. The history of Peñiscola goes back to the Moorish occupation of Spain and the Reconquest in the Middle Ages.  The castle has been used as a fortress for many centuries and provides a focal point for the area being located on a rocky outcrop seen for miles around.

The village has a wide range of shops and these include: Mercadona (just 0.5 km away), several local supermarkets, a fish mongers, butcher, baker, vegetable store, drugstore and many more.

Peñiscola and the local beaches attract tourists (mainly Spaniards from the inland areas) who are coming for the beautiful beaches and a more relaxed holiday environment. The most beautiful beach is located to the north, gradually running into the sea and is about 5 kilometres long. The calm water is perfect for swimming and there are many sports such as sailing, canoeing and volleyball. The beach has been awarded the Blue Flag, and there are lifeguards present.

There is a beautiful palm tree lined promenade and this makes for an ideal way to stroll along the coast and enjoy the views and fresh air. The south coast is more rocky interspersed with small coves and beaches.

The National Park Sierra de Irta is located south of Peñiscola and the mountains here reach to the sea, punctuated by deserted bays. It is a rugged natural area with wilderness, many migratory birds, archaeological sites and castle ruins, such as the castles of Alcala and of Magdalena de Pulpis built by the Moors. From the castle ruins of Alcala you have a breath-taking view of the valley and the sea. There are several well-marked hiking and biking trails, short to very long.

There are many popular places within the region to see and do – all within 45 mins drive away…

La Senia – a beautiful reservoir popular for fishing and a picnic and restaurant Font the San Pere in old watermill.

Ulldecona is a little further away where you will find restaurant Les Moles which has a Michelin star and is very much a destination restaurant.

Morella a walled town with imposing fortress.

The historic town of Sant Mateu is a world heritage site with a stunning church, Roman columns and wonderful market square filled with bars and restaurants. Close to the town you find restaurant Farga in the Ermita from where you have a magnificent view of the region.

For football fans, the local club is Villarreal who play in the top level of the Spanish league (La Liga). They play in an English style stadium where you are close to the field (El Madrigal) and all the action.

For golf lovers there is Panoramica Golf, a local course and the only one in Spain designed by the German pro Bernhard Langer. It is an exceptional golf course which has hosted numerous events at national and international level for professional and amateur golf players. Most recently the European Tour Qualifying School. The design of the course with its stunning lakes gives you a good quality golf course that is well maintained throughout the year.

Airports…

You have a choice between a number of local airports all offering low cost flights from around Europe;

Castellon airport is just 50 kilometers away and is now home to many Ryan Air routes

Barcelona (Reus) 120 kilometers

Valencia 140 kilometers.

Local Schools…

There is a wide choice of schooling options to suit all ages – this includes:

Elementary school Jaime Sanz (2 km), a secondary school Alfred Ayza (1 km) and for an International education, the Basic/Secondary ISP School International Peñiscola (4 km)

Doctors and health care…

The local health centre is based in Peñiscola (2 km away) and has three doctors on hand.  The closest hospital is Hospital Vinaros (14 km) and there a various local pharmacies based in the village.

Ebro Delta (50 km)

The beautiful area has been designated a European Destination of Excellence (EDEN) by the European Commission in recognition of its proposal for sustainable tourism. This nature space located in Tarragona covers an area of 320 square kilometres, of which 80 comprise the Ebro Delta nature reserve. It has a great ornithological richness and is internationally important due to the presence here of over 400 species and some of the most important breeding colonies in the Mediterranean.

These flat lands give the Ebro Delta its unique landscape, which varies according to the season of the year. It is home to everything from market gardens and orchards to rice fields, while in the coastal area there are large lakes fringed by rush and reed beds. The area around this nature reserve is characterised by its saline soils, and extensive deserted sandy beaches with dune systems.

Priorat Wine region (120 km)

Spain’s best wine region! Since D.O recognition (Denominación de Origen) in 1954, the Priorat wine received worldwide fame. Now it is one of Spain’s best wine regions.  The grapes grow here on steep slopes up to 700 meters high and have to deal with cold winters and dry summers.

Around 1910 small local vineyards were supported to make wine. The businesses were housed in special cellars, mostly designed by architect César Martinell, a student of Gaudi. They were nicknamed catedrals del vi, “wine cathedrals”. They look like medieval cathedrals in construction and style.

Valdelinares (130 km)

This is the southernmost resort in the Aragon region. Located in the Sierra de Gúdar mountains, Valdelinares -at 1,693 m- is the highest municipal district in Spain. Valdelinares’ secret lies in a perfect combination of the natural beauty of its forests, and the comforts of a friendly, family resort. If you want to learn to ski, the resort has everything you need to start out, and then allows you to move on to experiencing the thrill of more difficult slopes. For the more adventurous, the lines and jumps at the Bujarones Snow Park have been redesigned, and this facility has now been moved to a new venue on the Villarejo slope, where it has doubled in size. The latest and most modern systems of artificial snow production guarantee snow throughout the whole of the winter season. The entire skiing area has artificial snow-production facilities.

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.