Superb 2 Bedroom Apartment in La Duquesa Spain
This property is an excellent 2-bedroom apartment located in La Duquesa, Malaga, Spain.
The property includes 2 bedrooms, 1 of which has an en-suite, 2 bathrooms, 2 private terraces, 1 large terrace from the dining room and 1 small terrace from the main bedroom.
The property also includes a brand new fully fitted kitchen, utility room, dining room and living area.
The property includes the use of an excellent communal pool which provides a nice area to cool down on hot sunny days.
Along with the pool there are also landscaped gardens which provide a wonderful area to relax.
The property is located within walking distance of the Puerto de la Duquesa and the beach.
Also included is off-street community parking within the community grounds and private lock up parking for which you have a fob to get into.
The apartment provides panoramic views of the sea from the south facing terrace.
The apartment is being sold as fully furnished and equipped throughout, including all domestic appliances.
The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within La Duquesa, Spain.
Bedrooms – 2
Bathrooms – 2
Terraces – 2
Distance from Sea – walking
Distance from Golf – walking
Total Floor Size – 123 square metres
Terrace Size – 15 square metres
Private Covered Garage with separate lockable garage building
About the Area:
Malaga is one of the eight Spanish provinces that make up the autonomous community of Andalusia. it is located to the south of the iberian Peninsula, on the Mediterranean coast, between the provinces of Granada, to the east, and Cadiz, to the west.
To the north, it borders the provinces of Cordoba and Seville. its capital is the city of Malaga. The province is famous thanks to all its coastline, known worldwide as the Costa del Sol, which enjoys the privilege of being the third in terms of tourism in the iberian Peninsula.
The Mediterranean warm temperate climate of dry and hot long summers and short and mild winters predominates.
The average annual temperatures range between 12.5° C and 19° C.
The most common species of flora in Malaga is the Mediterranean species. The landscape is dominated by bushes that have gradually replaced original forests, although forests of pine trees, fir trees, holm oaks and cork oaks are preserved.
its main industry and claim to fame is its tourist resorts, particularly those on the beaches along the Costa del Sol. These beaches are visited by millions of European tourists.
Other attractions include the gorge of El Chorro near Álora, the Torcal de Antequera, the Moorish-Mudejar district of Frigiliana, the Dolmen of Menga, and the Caves of Nerja.