Dream Properties SELLS FANTASTIC CORNER APARTMENT of 89 m² and 3 bedrooms, with brand new refurbishment next to the General Hospital of Valencia. Situated on the fourth floor with lift.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTORS AS WELL AS FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE.
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The property with a good distribution has an entrance hall, living-dining room with open concept kitchen that makes this room a comfortable and bright area. In the night area we find 3 double bedrooms and a bathroom with shower.
The whole property is exterior, which with its height and its clear views, makes us enjoy a lot of light in the whole property and cross ventilation.
The windows are made of aluminium with double glazing type “Climalit” and the interior doors are made of oak. The floor is laminated wood in all the rooms, hydraulic in the kitchen and stoneware in the bathroom. The walls are smooth. TV and internet connection and security front door.
The integral reform includes all the electrical installation as well as the plumbing.
LIGHT AND WIDELESSNESS are two adjectives that perfectly describe this interesting opportunity to buy a brand new property.
INVESTORS! Given the high demand for rentals in this area of Valencia, this is a great opportunity to obtain an excellent return.
The property is located in an excellent area of Valencia, close to a multitude of services, shops, schools, etc?
Unbeatable location, next to the General Hospital of Valencia, we find a multitude of shops of proximity, as well as schools and public transport.
Valencia is a city in Spain, capital of the province of the same name and of the Valencian Community. With a population of 801,545 inhabitants, which rises to 1,581,057 inhabitants if its urban area is included, it is the third most populated city and metropolitan area in Spain, behind Madrid and Barcelona.
Valencia was founded by the Romans as a colony in 138 B.C., during the reign of Consul Decimus Junius Brutus Gallicus, and was called Valentia Edetanorum. After the Roman and Visigothic periods, in 711, the Muslims occupied the city, bringing their language, religion and customs, as well as the introduction of irrigation systems and new crops. In 1238, the Christian King James I of Aragon reconquered the city, and distributed the lands among the nobles who helped him conquer it, as is recorded in the Llibre del Repartiment, as well as creating a new law for the city, the Fueros de Valencia, which were extended to the rest of the kingdom of Valencia. In the 18th century, Philip V abolished the Fueros as a punishment to the kingdom of Valencia for aligning itself with the Austracists in the War of the Spanish Succession. In 1982, Valencia was established as the capital of the current Valencian Community, as stated in the Statute of Autonomy.
The city is located on the banks of the River Turia, on the Levantine coast of the Iberian Peninsula, right in the centre of the Gulf of Valencia, although at the time the Romans founded it, it was located on a river island in the Turia, some four kilometres from the sea.
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