3 bedroom Villa in Ciudad Quesada
2 high quality detached villas, designed to enjoy the open spaces throughout the whole villa, with a perfect combination between design and functionality.
The villas have big open areas communicating with the garden and pool, having different living areas in the exterior of the villas…
The materials used are of the highest qualities, with details which make them a home… like elevator, central heating, each bedroom with an on suite bathroom, big terraces…
Within touching distance of some of the best beaches on the Costa Blanca, Ciudad Quesada is a convenient modern town with an international flavour.
Golfers, nature lovers and sun seekers will find plenty to make them happy, with prices that put the Costa Blanca dream within reach.
Perfectly situated for access to the major attractions on the southern part of the Costa Blanca, Ciudad Quesada is built on a hill with views across the coast and the salt lakes of nearby Torrevieja.
What was once a housing development has grown into a thriving community of people attracted by its location and local facilities including an 18-hole golf course and water park. You’ll find a town with a lively centre full of internationally flavoured restaurants and bars.
A walk to a major golf course, a ten-minute drive to several blue flag beaches and within easy reach of gorgeous surrounding countryside, there’s so much for you to discover in Ciudad Quesada. Most unique are the two vividly coloured salt water lakes, which now form part of a breathtaking nature reserve that is a great place to see the region’s bird life.
Winters are warm and summers are hot in this part of Spain. You’ll be basking in temperatures that average a very comfortable 20 degrees, which means you’ll be able to make the most of this superb location all year round.
Ciudad Quesada is unusual for an urbanization, in that it has become more than just a selection of streets and developed a sense of community with a lively centre. Among the people you will meet are British, Irish, Dutch, Swedish, French and Germans. An estimated sixty percent of the town’s sixteen thousand residents are expats.
The housing stock is one of the great attractions of the area. There are plentiful apartments and family villas, many with pools and some at very affordable prices. At the other end of the spectrum are luxury villas and gated communities. You’ll find it a very tempting alternative to the pricier alternatives along the nearby coast.
The town now has its own dedicated health centre, with others located in nearby Rojales. It’s a ten-minute drive to the excellent facilities in Torrevieja, including a brand new Spanish National Health hospital.
What was once a small housing development has developed into a full-blown town, and the Spanish government have recognised this by building a town hall. You will find a variety of grocery shops, restaurants, a leisure centre and golf course.
You’re in easy reach of the two local airports of Alicante and Murcia. If you’re without transport, there is a bus service to most nearby towns including Rojales where you’ll find more connections via road and rail around the region.
Cost of Living
With property cheaper than some of the locations along the coast, it’s possible to live modestly but still enjoy the good life offered by the Costa Blanca.
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