Euroresales Property iD- 9825303About the Property:Country house with a self-contained casita, occupying 417 m2 built on a 3,507 m2 fenced and gated plot, located on a urbanization 6km from the large town of Alcoy with tennis court, football court, playground and social center / bar. The main accommodation it’s a two-storey building, which you walk in through the conservatory on the ground floor, lending access into a large open plan lounge / sitting room with the fully fitted kitchen at the end. Upstairs you have a bathroom, a master bedroom with terrace, utility room and an attic space at the top. Outdoors the property is complete with a self-contained casita of 269 m2 with large open plan kitchen / lounge, shower room, double bedroom, a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, garage and a massive covered terrace with barbecue area. Also, there is a sunny private 9 x 4 swimming pool, the plot has the benefit of vast surrounding grounds with various shade trees, shrubs and plants. Benefits of central heating, fireplace, septic tank, sky TV connection, phone, internet connection, mains water and electricity. Excellent location, with neighbours around, surrounded by nature and easy access. This property has a great potential for two families.interior Facilities:3 Bedrooms3 BathroomsConservatoryOpen Plan LoungeFully Fitted KitchenUtility RoomAttic SpaceSky Tv, Phone and internet ConnectionCentral HeatingFireplaceExterior Facilities:Garage ParkingBBQ AreaExcellent Location with nearby NeigbhboursSurrounded by NaturePrivate Swimming PoolClose to Local TownAbout the Area:Alcoy is an industrial and university city, region and municipality located in the province of Alicante, Spain. The Serpis river crosses the municipal boundary of Alcoi. The local authority reported a population of 59,526 residents in 2010.The first traces of human presence in the area date to c. 60,000 years ago, when Neanderthal hunters settled here, in a site now called El Salt. A site with rock paintings, dating to c. 10,000/6,500 years ago, has been discovered near la Sarga. From around the mid-3rd millennium BC people started to move from the caves to the plain where cereals were grown, while mountain fortifications were erected (Mola Alta de Serelles, Mas del Corral, Mas de Menente, El Puig).After the Roman conquest of the iberians, several rural villas were built in the area, as well as a necropolis. The town was established in 1256 by James i of Aragon, with the construction of a castle on a strategic position over the Serpis river, to secure the southern frontier of the Kingdom of Valencia during the Reconquista.in 1291 the town was donated by King James ii of Aragon to the Sicilian admiral Roger of Lauria; it will not return a royal possession until 1430.During the War of Spanish Succession, Alcoi sided for the cause of archduke Charles, and was therefore besieged and stripped of numerous privileges, which started a period of decline.in 1873 the workers of Alcoy revolted in the Petroleum Revolution.Main SightsCasa del Pavo (Turkey’s house), Art Nouveau work of Vicente Pascual Pastor, (1909).Circulo industrial de Alcoy, Art Nouveau work of Timoteo Briet Montaud, (1909-1911).Casa d’Escalo, Art Nouveau work of Vicente Pascual Pastor, (1906-1908).Casa Laporta, Art Nouveau work of Timoteo Briet Montaud, (1904).Casa Vilaplana, Art Nouveau work of Vicente Pascual Pastor, (1906).Casa Briet, Art Nouveau work of Timoteo Briet Montaud, (1910).Llonja de Sant Jordi, designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava. Made during the years 1992-1995.San Jorge Bridge, of art deco style, is considered to be the most popular image of the city.De Dins Square, a neoclassical square in the city center of Alcoy.iglesia arciprestal de Santa Maria (Alcoy), in Valencian Baroque style.Hermitage of St. Anthony the Abbot (14th-18th centuries).Torre de Na Valora, a watchtower from the 13th century.Barchell Castle (13th century), of likely Muslim origin. it has a rectangular keep and a court with a rainwater tank.Alcoy Cemetery, considered to be one of the most interesting in the Valencian Community, due to its unusual architecture and examples of Valencian Art Nouveau period funerary sculpture. it is listed on the European Cemeteries Route.Convent of Sant Agusti, reconstructed in the 18th century with paintings of the 16th century.