Superb Three Bedroom Villa Near Pinar de Campoverde Alicante SpainEuroresales Property iD – 98251Property information:For sale is this detached three-bedroom, two-bathroom Villa, in a beautiful estate, surrounded by orange and lemon plantations in a very quiet housing estate. The property is within a few minutes’ drive or walk to the local village of Pinar De Campoverde.There are two bedrooms downstairs and one bedroom and bathroom upstairs. There is a small kitchen that leads to the sitting room. This Villa Faces the sun all day long.The house is fully furnished and has built in wardrobes, three-large double rooms, one toilet downstairs and the third bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, with a balcony, which has a beautiful view of the plantation and surrounding hills.Surrounding the house is a beautiful patio; also includes a superb private pool which provides a nice area to cool down on hot sunny days.Along with the pool there is also a private garden, which provides a wonderful area to relax.A Tennis court and Restaurant is just a 5 minute walk from the house. A 5-minute drive takes you to Romaro Golf course and 10 minutes to Pilar De La Horadada main town and beach.The nearest airport is Murcia international, which is approximately 40 minutes’ drive.The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Alicante, Spain.Other information:Bedrooms – 3 (4 beds)Bathrooms – 2Reception – 1Furnished – NegotiableGarden -PrivatePool – PrivateParking – Street/off streetPlot – 300 sq metresOrientation – South-EastView – Mountain/countryDistance from Sea – 15 minutesDistance from Airport – 30 minutesDistance from Main Attraction – 30 minutesAbout the Area:Pinar de Campoverde is a small village located at the foot of the Sierra de Escalona mountain range, nine kilometres from Pilar de la Horadada borough council, in the province of Alicante, Spain. The town has around 3000 inhabitants and is ten kilometres from the Mediterranean coastline.The town has only developed since the mid-1980s when many British, German, French and Scandinavian expatriates settled in villas. Originally, the area had been a large pine forest, next to the Rio Seco river and had little agricultural importance until much of the wooded area was cleared for orange and lemon groves. The name Pinar de Campoverde or Pinar de Campo Verde derives from the fact that the area was once pine woodland (Pinar) and its impression on its first residents was a ‘green field’ (Campo Verde).Every street and avenue in the village takes its name from a plant, herb or horticultural zone. Examples include Calle Bosque (Forest Street), Calle Lavanda (Lavander Street), Calle Meloncotonero (Peach Tree Street), Calle Abedul (Birch Street) and Calle Cerezo (Cherry Tree Street). The footpaths in the village are block paved in Verde (green).Contact Euro Resales Ltd for more information.if you need to buy or sell property in Spain fast contact us today.