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ES5105 - Semi-detached House - Torrevieja
from €188,000
Semi-detached House

Close to the centre of Torrevieja, these three bedroom and two bathroom semi-detached houses provide spacious accommodation. The beaches, leisure facilities and shopping centres are all close by and you are only a few minutos walking distance from one of the region's best parks.

This excellent location is easily matched by the property itself. Semi-furnished and with quality fitted wardrobes, these property benefit from large root-top solariums and the luxury of both individual and community pools.


Property details

Private Pool
Private Garden

Property valoration

Area Price Quality

Key features

Private Pool Beach Commercial Area Lagoons
Yes 880 m 250 m 1 km

Area features

Golf Courses
La Zenia Boulevard
Near the beach
Park and recreation
Water sports

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This cosmopolitan town has become a firm favourite and many residents and non-residents choose to buy their home here.

Torrevieja has a little bit of everything. It has its own blue flag beaches, night life, history, tradition and there is so much to do. Habaneras shopping centre, the Ocio leisure center and the Sports city are just three of the major attractions that Torrevieja boasts.

But it’s not a concrete jungle. There are many natural features such as the lagunas and La Mata natural park, that make this a city that never fails to surprise. It might have a large international community but it’s also still a very Spanish town too.

Originally a fishing village, it grew to owe much of its wealth and development to the salt that is produced here. The casino, salt museum and Las Salinas are witness to its roots.

If you should want a change, and we can’t imagine why you should, up the road you can find the blue flag beaches of Orihuela Costa and three golf courses.

Of course, Torrevieja also has one of its own. With major road networks on its doorstep and situated within 45 minutes of two international airports, this really is one Spanish property location you just can’t ignore.

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