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Cardenal Cisneros 80B, 5 derecha
With its glorious natural scenery, excellent climate, welcoming culture and excellent standards of living, Spain is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment in this magnificent part of the world.
Penthouse for sale in Santander. Located in one of the most strategic areas of the city, a few meters from both the center and the university area, we find this 2-bedroom apartment.
Possibility of selling it rented, it is an opportunity for investors given its few expenses and its high profitability. Also ideal for young people, students or people who want to access their first affordable home.
An investment and business opportunity that you cannot miss! Call us and make us your offer!
ABOUT THE AREA
Santander is the capital city of the Cantabria region on Spain’s north coast. The Palacio de la Magdalena, once the royal summer residence, lies at the mouth of the Bay of Santander on the rocky La Magdalena Peninsula. West, the city center is home to the Catedral de Santander, with its octagonal cupola and Gothic cloister. Nearby, the Paseo de Pereda promenade runs along one side of the Jardines de Pereda gardens.
The port city of Santander is the capital of the autonomous community of Cantabria, situated on the north coast of Spain between Asturias (to the west) and the Basque Country (to the east). Santander has an airport with domestic and international connections. The city centre has many fine historic buildings and fronts several excellent sandy beaches.
The main town beaches are Playa los Peligros, Playa de la Magdalena, situated on the Magdalena peninsula; Playa del Camelo, Playa de la Concha, and then the last city beach is the long playa del Sardinero. These city beaches all have excellent facilities, with restaurants and bars nearby. The south facing beaches have very calm waters.
There are few beaches on the northern coastline just above the city, which is very rocky and exposed to the Atlantic. However it is a very beautiful coastline where you can find some lovely isolated little coves. There is a long sandy spit, Liencres Playa, at the mouth of the river Pas, which has beautiful dunes and is quite remote. On the opposite, more sheltered bank, is the Playa Magro, which has a promenade, and some facilities. Several small sandy coves can be found between Liencres Playa and the City of Santander, dotting the rocky coast.
Culture, architecture & history
The monumental zone, where most of the museums and official buildings are, begins at Paseo Pereda and finishes opposite the Museum and Library Menéndez Pelayo; this is also the main commercial zone.
Santander is an especially green city with plenty of parkland space. The largest of these green spaces are the beautiful, landscaped Jardines of Pereda (Gardens), which were created as a tribute to the Cantabrian writer, José María de Pereda. They are also home to a number of monuments including the music pavilion and the statue tribute to the garden’s namesake. The most ancient monument in Santander is the cathedral, which was built on a Roman settlement and incorporates the original church dating back from the 13th Century. The Italia Square is the nerve centre of this zone, we can see some houses and buildings of the ‘belle epoque’, for example, the Great Casino, inaugurated in 1916.
The restaurants make good use of high quality seafood, which is freshly caught in the local region; squid is a particular delicacy. Santander has restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets; in the centre and around the beaches and harbour there are a lot of old-style restaurants and tapas bars. There are more informal restaurants and tapas bars in the street Peña Herbosa where you can have the typical Sunday lunch of “Rabas” (squids coated in breadcrumbs) and “blancos” (white wine). In the Vargasare the traditional “chiquiteo” (wine and beer) are favourites, and in San Amaro “Mejillones picantes” (spicy mussels) and “Cañas” (draught beer) go very well together.
The region’s cuisine is based around game and seafood; specialties include “Sorropotún” (a traditional fisherman’s stew), the magnificent seafood straight from the waters of the Cantabrian Sea, and the famous “Corbatas en Unquera”, a delicious dessert made from puff pastry.
• 55m2 of living space
• 2 Bedrooms
• 1 Bathrooms
• Stunning Views
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of Spain
• Many excellent sports facilities, walking and cycling areas nearby
• Rental Potential through Airbnb and Booking.com
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