Silla is a town on the edge of Valencia city that has a lot going for it as some recent clients have found out. A 15-minute drive to Valencia, and you probably get there even quicker on the train that passes every 20 minutes and leaves you right in the city centre, we’ve overlooked this town for others to the north of the city but time to change that. And this is no sleeper town, there’s plenty activity and there’s even rumours of a craft beer super pub opening up shortly! * . I have been reliably informed that the name Silla comes from the arabica “Suhayla” meaning flat and not the Spanish word chair as some other people have postulated (by other people I mean me trying to sound knowledgeable to my clients), and this makes complete sense as it is on the edge of the Albufera with its rice fields and lagoon. The local delicacy is something called “All i Pebre” which is a dish whose main ingredient is eels plucked directly from the Albufera. And don’t make that face, it’s bloody delish.. Anyways, enough with the hard sell on Valencia’s best kept secret town, a little bit about this magnificent example of the townhouses typical out this way. Step through the front door and you could be stepping onto the set of some period drama. I strongly recommend you click on the link at the end of this description to view the walkthrough. 400+ square meters with a spacious interior garden and echoes of days gone by in every room. Did I mention that Silla is considerably cheaper than other towns considerably further out? All of this for less than €350k. With what you’ll have saved by buying out here you can go and buy your bodyweight in eels. . . *Pure speculation on my part
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