PROPERTY DETAILS Traditional Spanish elements such as curves, arches and a variety of sloping roofs with tiles this is a property enhanced by a modern almost contemporary chic interior that allows you to live in luxurious style and comfort in an authentic Spanish landscape behind the coast with fantastic sea views.
The impressive entrance hall with large glass expanses allowing the natural light to flood in helps to give the home a warm and welcoming ambience. The living areas are light and airy yet retain Spanish charm with flagged tiled floors, wooden beams and arches, each area has its´ own dedicated space yet flows in an open plan style. The bespoke fully fitted kitchen is both modern and contemporary, the summer lounge with dual aspect offers the most fabulous views across the bay and to the iconic Ifach de Peñon of Calpe. Boasting ample bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms which are light, spacious with both modern and traditional elements and a stylish separate guesthouse that has it´s own entrance perfect for accommodating both family and friends.
Access to the property is via a Spanish courtyard that is a blend of tradition with double wooden doors and a pebbled floor yet almost zen like elements combined with the bamboo plants and stone Buddha. The huge swimming pool, summer bar and palm trees all overlooking the ocean allow you to enjoy a wonderful sunny south-facing location with unspoilt views. Hidden, secluded yet at the same time only a short drive to the beaches and all amenities.
This is a superb residence with modern technology to take care of all home comforts and optimum security.
LOCATION Benissa is situated just off the AP7 motorway and N332 and stretches down to the coast. It is approximately a ninety minute drive from Valencia and one hour from Alicante. Benissa is one of the oldest towns on the Costa Blanca. Different discoveries suggest that there was prehistoric activity in Benissa, as evidenced by the three cave paintings in Pinos district. Old coins and amphorae indicate that the Romans too passed through this region. The origin of the place name Benissa, ‘Beni-Issa’, is considered to be the Arabic for “sons of Issa”, the name of a tribe. Benissa has a rich legacy of monuments. A landscape full of contrasts, an atmosphere filled with history. Walking through the old quarter of Benissa, perfectly preserved, you will discover a life-sized museum – cobbled streets, walls built hundreds of years ago and manor houses which transport you back to medieval times. In the heart of Benissa Old Town you will find an attractive selection of supermarkets, shops and boutiques as well as the Cathedral of the Marina Alta which dominates the town square with its palm trees and children’s playground. Market day in Benissa is on a Saturday.
Benissa has approximately four kilometres of coastline and four main beaches which are the Cala Lobella, Baladrar, La Fustera and Cala Pinet.
To the north of Benissa, in Moraira, there are further smaller beaches whilst Calpe a thriving and modern town to the south has long golden sandy beaches with a promenades, a fantastic choice of restaurants including michelin-star recommended plus marinas and trendy bars and clubs.
Benissa also has fabulous sporting facilities. There is a 9 hole par 60 golf course, a number of tennis clubs and a fabulous sports centre with full size football pitch, Olympic size indoor swimming pool which is open all year, gymnasium, badminton courts, padel tennis etc.
The local Spanish schools, both primary and secondary, have children from all nationalities but if you prefer but there are International schools located a short drive away who provide a private bus service.
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