Renovated villa with good views for sale in Benissa.This wonderful property has been totally renovated in the last few years by the current owners, the new paint on the facade is from last year. It is a turnkey house, the purchase of the furniture is desired, so you only have to bring your suitcases.The 666m2 enclosed plot has several levels with a low maintenance garden including 5 palm trees, orange trees as well as native shrubs and plants. From the street with enclosed garage, stairs lead up to the pool level with a 5x10m rectangular pool with a beautiful view, wooden and pool deck and dining area above the pool house. The outdoor shower has hot/cold water and the convertible laundry/cellar sit at the same level. Further up is a convertible storage room.A shorter stone staircase leads up to the separate guest accommodation, which has never been rented out. It has a nice covered veranda and the sunny spot in front of the kitchen. It has a double bedroom, bathroom and open plan living/dining room with an equipped kitchen that has hardly been used. There are two fitted wardrobes in the hallway. Via an easily accessible staircase, we reach the main level with a barbecue area and herb garden.We enter the house through an entrance hall. On the left side is the spacious living room with warm air fireplace, enjoying sea views through the large round UVprotected windows. At the end of the corridor are 2 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a spacious shower room. Opposite the entrance door is the separate fitted high gloss kitchen which leads to the glazed dining area in the veranda where you can enjoy the views. From here you can access the covered terrace and, via the typical outdoor staircase, the sun roof with beautiful sea and distant views. The same staircase leads down to the veranda of the guest accommodation.The house is heated with gas radiators, in both bathrooms with electric radiators and in the main living room additionally with the hotair fireplace. In the main apartment there are doubleglazed windows with mosquito screens. The house was built with interleaf masonry, which was quite unusual at the time, but which creates a pleasant yearround living atmosphere.All in all, it is a beautiful villa, with no hidden surprises, suitable as a permanent residence, for holidays and for renting out.
Benissa is one of the oldest towns in the Costa Blanca. Situated 275m above sea level in the Province of Alicante. It is a stone´s throw away from the N332 (national road) and the motorway that connects Alicante and Valencia. It has its own train station.
Benissa consists of two parts: the medieval centre inland and the coastal area. Benissa has 4 km of coastline with beaches, coves and cliffs. There is an international community. Most foreigners live in the coastal area. The locals found their homes in the “pueblo”.
Benissa has some terraced vineyards. Here you find old fincas (farms). Many of these country houses are now turned into family houses or bed and breakfasts. The majority of these country estates enjoy panoramic sea views and views of the Peñon d’Ifach in Calpe. Benissa is also a popular holiday destination for tourist from Northern Europe.
The centre of Benissa is charming. The impressive Cathedral Purissima Xiqueta dominates the large town square. Wander through the narrow streets and feel how it was in the old days. Look up to see the tiled balconies, which are typical for the villages in this area. Around the square are various bars and restaurants. Here tourists meet the locals. On Saturday there is a weekly market. An ideal place for fresh products and clothes. Benissa has a catholic history. There is a pretty Franciscan monastery on the outskirts of the village.
The coastline of Benissa is 4km long and nestled between Moraira and Calpe. There are various beaches, coves and cliffs. La Fustera is the number one beach of Benissa. A small sandy beach popular with families. With all amenities for a perfect day at the sea. Another popular beach is Bassetes. Here you find Benissa´s Club Nautico and some nice restaurants. A good place for watersports like sailing, SUP and scuba diving. Click here to learn everything about the coves and beaches in Benissa.
A must do is a walk on the ecological path. An easy walk along the coast with lovely views on the crystal-clear water. Wooden panels next to the path explain the flora and fauna.
Benissa has its own 9 holes Golf Course in San Jaime.
During the year many activities take place. In January is the “Fira I Porrat de Sant Antonti”. More than 2 weeks of activities for the whole family. With animal blessing, a fairground, medieval market, devil fire dances and much more.
In April is the “Fiesta of Purissima Xiqueta”, the patron saint of Benissa. Processions, crowning of the Queen of the fiesta, music and bull running.
The famous “Moors and Christians” celebration takes place in June. A colourful event with parades and more.
In October is the Multicultural Festival. Different nationalities present their products, food, dances etcetera.