Semi-detached house to reform, two flats, plus commercial premises, in Benissa centre.
Description of the property
Semi-detached house with shop and two flats, for integral reform in Benissa centre.
This house situated in the heart of the village of Benissa has been built in 1981, and has 276 m2 built surface.
The property consists of a commercial ground floor of 139m2, a finished flat of 137 m2, and a second level which is under construction to be finished.
The commercial premises has an independent entrance directly from the street level, and has several rooms as well as an interior patio for ventilation.
The access to the flats is from the street through a separate entrance. The first flat situated on the first level has an entrance hall, spacious living-dining room with balcony, separate kitchen with exit to the laundry room, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
All bedrooms have fitted wardrobes.
The second flat is located on the first floor, and is under construction to be finished.
The distribution of the first floor is different from the first one, with entrance hall, living-dining room with balcony, independent kitchen with utility room, four bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
The property is in a situation of integral reform, highlighting that it is a good investment opportunity, given the infinite possibilities of which it is available for it.
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Benissa, is a municipality and town in the Valencian Community, Spain. It is located in the northeast of the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. Its municipal area of 69.7 km² has 4 km of coastline.
The municipal area of Benissa has a very rectangular and square shape with a very heterogeneous orography. From the coast, formed for the most part by small coves and cliffs, to the mountainous areas, formed by the mountain ranges of Oltá, La Solana, La Malla Verda and the most outstanding, the Sierra de Bernia, with its almost 1200 metres of altitude.
The town centre is situated around 200 metres above sea level. In the 4 km of coastline of the municipality, its coves5 and beaches of sand, gravel or pebbles stand out, with rocky bottoms that are suitable for scuba diving and sailing. Of all of them, the most popular is La Fustera beach, which has the largest number of services as well as an area for sports and children's games.
Benissa also has a marina, Les Basetes, located practically on the border with Calpe, which offers the services of a bar, restaurant, sailing school and diving centre.
It is well communicated with other towns on the Costa Blanca, Spain and the rest of Europe via the national road N-332 which passes through the centre of the town and on which work is being carried out to make a ring road around the town, the AP-7 motorway with the Benissa exit, the FGV narrow gauge railway (the trenet de la Marina) and buses which cover both the national and international lines.