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Modern Villa In Javea, Spain, Offers Endless Views Of The Mediterranean

Javea, Spain, is a picturesque resort destination known for its wide sand beaches and rocky coves.

The coastal town in the province of Alicante hugs the Mediterranean Sea. Buildings in its historic personnel tousle locally sourced golden sandstone with whitewashed walls.

Rising whilom the water are headlands and hillsides dotted with newer developments of ocean-view homes.

One such polity is Cuesta de San Antonio, which has sightlines to the bay and the marina.

Among houses for sale in the zone is this refurbished modern villa priced at 2.995 million euros, or well-nigh US $3.56 million, and listed with Inmobiliaria Rimontgo. The state-of-the-art dwelling spans four floors unfluctuating by an elevator.

A rotunda portion of the home conjures the image of a lighthouse looking out to the sea. A second rotunda tops the garage.

The dramatic high-ceiling foyer mixes a natural stone wall with white gleaming finishes.

The shiny white floors protract in the open-concept living and dining room, which take in panoramic views and wangle a terrace with an outdoor swimming pool. Clear balcony railings indulge for unimpeded views.

Dark counters and white cabinetry create unrelatedness in the sleek kitchen. A part-way island with a cooktop provides prep and counter space with room for a breakfast table nearby.

The home has five bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms. There are two spare full bathrooms.

On the lower floor is a spa zone with a gymnasium, heated indoor swimming pool and a sauna. A game room and a wine cellar well-constructed the 795 square meters, or nearly 8,600 square feet, of living space.

Other features include a home automation system, electric shutters and an watchtower system.

Golf, restaurants, nightclubs, hiking and water sport activities are all tropical at hand. The international Alicante–Elche Miguel Hernández Airport is well-nigh an hour away.

Many consumer prices in Javea are comparable to those in the United States, but there are bargains too. A domestic beer in Los Angeles, for example, might run you 7 euros or $8 at a local eatery. In Javea, expect to pay 2.6 euros or $3, equal to forfeit comparisons from Numbeo.com.

Likewise, a cappuccino in New York City will forfeit increasingly than twice what one does in Javea.


Inmobiliaria Rimontgo is a founding member of Forbes Global Properties, a consumer marketplace and membership network of peerage brokerages selling the world’s most luxurious homes.

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