Lugar Sector 4, 3Z,, Dolores, Alicante, 03150, Spain
Happy to present this is wonderful, luxurious development in the heart of Spain’s Costa Blanca.
With an almost futuristic design, these homes ooze style and make for a relaxed life in the sun, close to all essential amenities.
AP7 Motorway – 3 min
La Marquesa Golf – 16 min
La Finca Golf – 17 min
Playa d’ El Pinet (nearest beach) – 18 min
L’Aljub Shopping Centre (Elche) – 18 min
La Zenia Boulevard – 21 min
Alicante Airport – 26 min
Stylish contemporary design with two-first-floor terraces, three en-suite bedrooms (two with walk-in closets.)
Open-plan living area opens on to charming terrace area with 17.5m2 private pool
Spacious 76m2 ground floor with fully-fitted kitchen, feature island & white goods
Ground floor main bedroom (walk-in closet & en-suite) has direct terrace access
Two first-floor double bedrooms, both with access to stylish front terrace
Both bedrooms are en-suite, one has walk-in closet
First floor also has a second terrace to the rear, accessed from landing
Electric shutters and air-conditioning installed
LED lighting installed inside and out
Underfloor heating in main bathrooms
Rooftop solar PV panels fitted
Off-street parking, mototorised gate
Delivery date from 14 months after first downpayment, staged payments between contract & keys
Villas in the development vary slightly in plot size, pool size & orientation.
Details below are for #15, other villas (wih slightly larger pools) are €360k and corner plots are €390k
Dolores has a population of little over 7,000 in an area of 18.25 km2 (7.05 sq mi), and the average monthly temperature varies between 16 °C (61 °F) in December–January and 28 °C (82 °F) in July–August.
The two most important fiestas in Dolores are the Feria de Agosto (August Fair) and the Fiesta de la Virgen, in mid-September. This includes a carriage parade, the running of the “vaca toposa” (a variety of a small, lively cow), and the procession to honor the Virgen de los Dolores (Virgin of Sorrows), the patron saint of the village.
Also, the Feria de Agosto is one of the more important fairs of Spain, and it features a Spanish Horse Contest. More than 1,500 horses are shown each year in all sorts of games and activities.
The typical cuisine of Dolores takes advantage of the fresh vegetables available in the area (artichokes, beans etc), and also includes plenty of meat and seafood. The most typical dish is “cocido con pelotas”, which includes meatballs and potato and chickpea stew. There are also many fresh fruits such as melons, watermelons, oranges, and apricots. An open-air market is held every Friday morning where the local produce is sold.
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