This partially reformed townhouse is situated in a quiet residential area of Caudete, just a short walk from the centre where you have everything you need for day to day living.
The house boasts a large build size of 139sqm and due to it´s configuration, could suit a two generation family or one large family.
On the ground floor there is the entrance area and a good size garage.
The first floor has been fully reformed and has been completed beautifully. On this floor there is a hallway leading to all the rooms. First the fabulous kitchen diner that has a good range of base and wall units providing plenty of storage and work areas. The worktops are marble and there is a fitted electric oven and hob. Also fitted in are the fridge-freezer and dishwasher. There is a space for a table in this room too. You then continue along the hallway to the lounge which is a very good size- There are also 3 bedrooms all with space for either single or double beds and storage. The bathroom has been fully refitted and has been completed in a very contemporary style.
One the next floor there is a kitchen / diner, lounge, two bedrooms and a bathroom. This floor is also in good condition but has not benefitted from the reformation of the previous floor so there is potential here.
To enhance everything as mentioned above, there is a utility room with terrace off so the benefit of outside space. All kitchen appliances are included in the price. The property has mains utilities connected.
Caudete is a traditional tranquil Spanish market town located in inland Spain. Whilst the pace of life is slow, there is everything you need in the town for day-to-day living, including 2 large supermarkets, bespoke shops, banks, bars, restaurants, post office, supermarkets, dentists and 24 hour medical centre. There are also indoor and outdoor swimming pools with sports centres with a variety of activities and classes on offer. On Friday mornings the town comes alive with a street market selling everything from vegetables, plants, kitchen-ware, snails, clothes and even the odd stall selling furniture. After buying all you need, there is nothing nicer than sitting down at one of the many bars to have a drink and a few tapas.
The main source of industry is agriculture and there is an abundance of olive and almond trees along with grapevines, all taken to the two bodegas in the town for processing. On the days you want to go further afield, the town has a fantastic motorway infrastructure providing ease to drive to Alicante, Valencia, Murcia and Albacete, Alicante airport and beach are just 45 minutes drive, Valencia airport and beaches are just 75 minutes drive. Alternatively you can drive to the neighbouring town of Villena which has two train stations, including the high speed train allowing you to get to Madrid in just over 2 hours.