Hondón Villas are delighted to bring onto the market for sale this 3 bedroom 3 bathroom end terrace town house with under-build and communal swimming pool and gardens, located in the Alenda Golf complex close to the airport and coast.
This delightful end terrace town house really does have it all!
You enter the property through an electric gate with parking and front terrace.
On the ground floor, you will find a fully fitted kitchen with separate utility room,
a downstairs cloakroom with W/C and hand-wash basin, and a large lounge/diner with terrace and amazing views of the communal swimming pool, gardens and surrounding countryside.
On the upper floor there are three double bedrooms, the master having an en-suite bathroom and large terrace, and bedrooms two and three sharing a terrace. There is also a family shower-room.
All the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes, hot&cold A/C and amazing views from both terraces.
This property also boasts a finished under-build, that the current owners use as a game room that also has its own terrace leading to the communal swimming pool and gardens.
Situated on the popular Alenda Golf complex, just 20 minutes from the airport, coast and the city of Alicante with all the amenities (restaurants, shops, bars) as well as many tourist attractions and beaches.
On the complex you will find a supermarket and a club house with restaurant.
All in all, an ideal location for your holiday home in Spain!
Hondon villas are delighted to bring onto the market for sale this beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bathroom villa in a quiet, peaceful location with stunning views just a 2km drive from the bustling town of Albatera.
The terrace is on two sides of the property creating several seating areas for relaxing or entertaining.
There is a large lounge and dining area that has a feature log burner.
The spacious kitchen with quality fixtures and fittings also has a useful storage pantry.
There are 4 good sized bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes and the master has an en-suite.
The property also features a study area and a family bathroom.
Outside you will find a double garage with an electric door and a stairway that leads to a pleasant secluded rooftop solarium.
The gardens are nicely landscaped with low maintenance in mind.
For peace of mind and security it has an electric gated entrance CCTV and a state of the art alarm system.
The villa is being sold fully furnished.
This property needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the stunning views and peaceful location.
Hondón Villas are please to bring onto the market for sale this quaint over two hundred year old town house, situated in the quiet village of Rodriguillo just a two minutes drive from the bustling town of Pinoso, with all the amenities, shops, restaurants and bars as well as a sports centre and medical centre.
This mid terrace town house is over two hundred years old and retains many of its original features.
On entering the main door you come into the light and airy lounge with feature fireplace, from here there are two doors, one to a hallway leading straight to the kitchen and the other leading into a room that is currently being used as a dining room but can be easily changed to a bedroom.
From this room there is also a door leading to the kitchen area which has a walk in larder.
From the kitchen there are stairs leading up to the bedrooms, one single, one double and the master which is of substantial size and has room for an en-suite to be added.
Also from the kitchen, you go through to a small lounge area from where you will find the family bathroom and the door leading out to the private patio.
The property has undergone some refurbishing and has brand new electric and plumbing installations as well as recently having the roof redone in some places.
This quaint village town house retains many of its original features, beams, windows, etc and is in the heart of the pretty village of Rodriguillo, just two minutes drive from the bustling town of Pinoso.
Perfect opportunity to get on the housing ladder in Spain, with potential for long term rental.
The Mediterranean diet has been linked with good health, including a healthier heart. A Mediterranean diet incorporates the traditional healthy living habits of people from countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, including France, Greece, Italy and Spain.
It was awarded the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity designation in 2010 because it is much more than just healthy food, and because it has been consolidated as culture that promotes social interaction, respect for the land and biodiversity, and preservation of traditional and craft activities connected with agriculture and fishing.
In general, it is high in vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, beans, cereals, grains, fish, and unsaturated fats such as olive oil. It usually includes a low intake of meat and dairy foods and a lot of seasoning and spices. It is usually consumed with wine, water or infusions. The UNESCO mentions Soria, in Castile-León, as a clear example of a city that is committed to the Mediterranean diet, even though it can be enjoyed all over Spain.
The Food Is Really Fresh
You won’t need to roam the frozen food aisles for the Med diet…. like the locals hit the bi-weekly markets for fresh seasonal food and keep it simple & mouth-watering such as salads, soups and stews. The Med diet in general is no-fuss and family food. You can build a yummy salad from market garden spinach, spring onions, asparagus, cucumbers, and tomatoes. Add classic Med’ ingredients like olives and local cheeses or cured hams or make a fresh cold soup such as Gazpacho.
The Greeks have meze, Spain has tapas! We love ’em! A tapa is an appetizer or snack in Spanish cuisine and translates to small portion of food usually to accompany a drink in a bar. You’ll find dedicated tapas bars all over Spain but Andalucia is famous for them. Tapas may be cold or hot. In some bars and restaurants in Spain, tapas have evolved into a more sophisticated cuisine. Many tapas are often combined to make a full meal. Some of our favourites are Tortilla, Serrano Ham, Manchego cheese, grilled asparagus, chorizo in red wine, olives, Pinchos (small open sandwiches) and of course Patatas Bravos! And the garlic dip Ali-Oli served with fresh bread is pretty much the law in this area.
You cannot have a Med Diet without Olive oil, a good green virgin type is a must. It’s healthy than other oils or fats.
It is extracted from olives, the fruit of the olive tree which, together with wheat and vines, makes up the triad of Mediterranean plants.
The oil composition of this fruit varies, depending on the type of olive, the soil, the climate and how it is grown. Olives are composed of about 30% oil. All olives can produce excellent virgin oils, each with their particular characteristics. They need to be picked carefully and they must be processed the same day they are harvested. Olive oil has exceptional properties for human health and its consumption is essential in most of the culinary creations made nowadays in Mediterranean countries.
Saffron is a deeply rooted condiment, both economically and culturally, in many parts od Spain, traditionally used in Paella. It should not be considered just another agricultural product, rather part of the historic and cultural patrimony of the region that must be protected and preserved. It has enjoyed a Protected Denomination of Origin since 17 March 2001.
This plant was introduced to Spain by the Arabs. Cultivation has been maintained ever since its arrival to the region of La Mancha. Saffron is obtained from the dried stigmas of the saffron crocus: Crocus sativus. It is used as a condiment, providing dishes with a characteristic orange colour and slightly bitter taste, as well as an exotic aroma. Saffron from La Mancha under the Denomination of Origin must always be saffron from the current harvest, since it loses quality over the years.
The Spices Are Delicious
Whilst Med food is not “hot” like asian food they do use simple herbs and spices such as bay leaves, cilantro ( coriander ), parsley, rosemary, garlic, pepper and cinnamon to add so much flavour… rarely will you need to reach for the salt shaker. Some have health benefits, too. Coriander and rosemary, for example, have disease-fighting antioxidants and nutrients.
You Can Have Wine
A glass of vino with meals is common in many Mediterranean countries and Spain is no exception (and so cheap!), where dining is often leisurely and social. Some studies suggest that for some people, up to one glass a day for women and two for men may be good for your heart! And despite the wine snobs aversion to Spanish wine, there is excellent quality and variety to choose from and priced a fraction of French or Australian wines.
Research Sources: Spain.info / Wikipedia / WebMD /
Hondon Villas are pleased to bring onto the market for sale this impressive country style villa in Barbarroja, offering 360 degree mountain views, and over looking the olive tree fields and more.
The villa itself comprises of a fitted kitchen with central island, large lounge with a fireplace, 6 bedrooms, 4 of which have there own en-suites and 2 have there own balcony and also a family bathroom.
At the back of the house is a separate casita with its own private entrance comprising of a bedroom, kitchenette, lounge (which could be a 2nd bedroom) and 2 bathrooms. This provides further guest accommodation.
Outside is an impressive plot of 12,000m2 with a private swimming pool and ample seating areas over looking some truly stunning views. The previous owners have gravelled the gardens and planted trees and shrubs.
The villa benefits from air conditioning, central heating and solar panels.