Stunning Beachfront Villa Split into 4 apartments in La Manga Mar Menor Spain For Sale
Parcela 8, Calle Los Pinos, Estrella De Mar, Los Urrutias, Murcia, Cartagena,
The Beach House is a beautiful beachfront villa in the Murcia, Mar Menor region of Spain. This 380 sqm villa, organised into 4 apartments to maximise rental income value is located in the small village of Los Urrutias about 16 km from San Javier Airport.
The apartments are made up of 2 x 2 bedrooms, 1 x 3 bedrooms, and 1 x 4 bedrooms, all totally self-contained.
The property has consistently generated 45,000 euros in revenue. The Beach House is fully tourist board-licensed for rentals can sleep 22 guests in total. it contains 7 double bedrooms, 4 twin bedrooms, and 7 bathrooms and WCs.
it has complete privacy within a walled garden which surrounds the 800sqm plot, which features a communal barbecue and an 8m x 4m private pool. The villa also has access to the facilities of Estrella de Mar urbanization that includes a communal pool, tennis, mini-golf, shops, bars, and restaurants.
The extensive roof terrace enjoys panoramic views of the Mar Menor, La Manga Hills and the Estrella Club.
The location of the villa is perfect for rental to golf lovers with over 30 high-quality golf courses within a short driving distance. This area is a World Health Organisation ranked location due to high water and air quality and is close to the many resorts in the Mar Menor region of Murcia. This is a wonderful investment opportunity to buy a property in Spain.
About the Area
La Manga, or La Manga del Mar Menor is a seaside spit of Mar Menor in the Region of Murcia, Spain. The strip is 21 km long and 100 metres wide, separating the Mediterranean Sea from the Mar Menor lagoon, from Cabo de Palos to the Punta del Mojon.
La Manga is described by the tourist board as ‘A paradise between two seas’. it is the narrow strip of land that separates the ‘two seas’ of the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean for about 20 kilometres.
La Manga is famous for its clean air and the beautiful Mar Menor whose very salty water is good for rheumatism and skin complaints.
Most of La Manga has been taken over by developments for holiday apartments and hotels. The area is located 30 kilometres north of Cartagena on the Costa Calida in south-east Spain. The resorts are approximately 30-40 minutes drive from the airport of Murcia San Javier.
The choice of beaches is almost endless, from the wild dunes to the south, to the gently sloping safe beaches of the Mar Menor. Being shallow, the Mar Menor is often a little warmer than the Mediterranean.
Leisure & Recreation
La Manga has a fine sports harbour where you can hire all manner of water-sports equipment, including sailing dinghies. Lessons are available too.
Being completely flat, La Manga is very easy to get about for walkers and cyclists alike. Long distance runners will enjoy heading off along the paths at the southern end of the strip.
La Manga has many small boutiques and souvenir shops, as well as supermarkets and a wide choice of banks.
On Sunday mornings the Mercadillo de Cabo attracts many shoppers and visitors searching for a bargain. On sale are the fruits of the region, sit alongside a flea market of crafts and new and second hand goods.
All along the 20 kilometre strip there are many excellent restaurants serving both local cuisine and international fayre.
On the La Manga strip there are numerous establishments offering live music and entertainment; plus numerous lively discos, which are especially popular during the summer months.
The plains of Murcia are incredibly fertile, and produce a vast array of fresh fruit and vegetables, which make up the base ingredients of the regions cuisine. Rice is also staple here, and finds it’s way into many dishes.
The abundant and varied seafood from the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean, along with game and farmed meat from the mountains complete the picture.
Some typical dishes include: Arroz y Conejo (rice with rabbit), Arroz de Verduras (Rice and Vegetables), Arroz y Costillejas (rice and ribs), Arroz Marinero (seafood rice) and Paella Huertana, a delicious vegetarian paella.
Non-rice dishes specialities include Potaje, a rich stew dish; Menestra, a dish of sauteed vegetables; Habas con jamon” (ham and broad beans and Caldo Murciano, a local soup dish. The king prawns fished in the area are also particularly fine, and the Huevas de Mujol, a type of caviar, is also a high delicacy of the region.
The fine wines from Jumilla and Yecla are known throughout Spain, and beyond, for their earthy, full bodied, rounded, fruity flavours.
La Manga enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, with cool sea breezes in summer and protection from the surrounding mountains against the cold North winds in winter. The area averages nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and the average temperature easily exceeds 20 degrees.
in 1986 the World Health Organisation recommended the climate of the area as one of the most equitable in the world – neither too hot in the summer nor too cold in the winter. On average it can boast 325 sunny days each year making it an ideal all year round destination
* 11 bedrooms
* 4 bathrooms
* 360m2 of living space
* 800m2 plot
* Private Pool
* Private Garden
* Massive potential in the holiday rental market
* Front Line Sea Views
* Close to many places of outstanding natural beauty and historical interest
* Walking distance to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
* Walking distance to many excellent bars and restaurants
* Many excellent water sports facilities, fishing, walking and cycling areas nearby
* Excellent local transport links