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OverseasEuropeSpainValenciaCosta BlancaPego, Costa Blanca North, Spain


Pego, Costa Blanca North, Spain

2 beds 1 bath 42m 2Apartment
#68 of 1266 Properties Viewed in Costa Blanca
Locations Estates Agency
Locations Estates Agency
Tel: 01 677 1188
PSRA Licence No. 001989
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A lovely 2 bedroom,1 bathroom property situated in the centre of Pego within walking distance to restaurants,bars and all amenities and with views over Pego to the mountains. The property is accessed via the front door where you walk up steps to a small landing area then turn up the stairs to the lounge/dining room with open kitchen and breakfast bar. There is a good sized shower room and two double bedrooms one with a small balcony that overlooks a very pretty street. From the lounge a few steps lead up to a terraced balcony where you have a drying area for washing and stunning views over Pego and to the mountains. There is a good sized storage cupboard accessed from the landing and another larger storage area that could be used as a study just off the stairs leading to the landing. There is plenty of on street parking and the possibility of garage rental close by should you so wish. The property benefits from hot and cold air conditioning,double glazing and electric heating in the main bedroom. The vendor thinks- "I have been really happy living here with the close proximity to all the amenities." We think- "This unusual property would make a great holiday home being centrally placed and only a short drive to the beach." Lying just inland from the northern Costa Blanca resort of Dénia, the town of Pego sits in a depression, surrounded by mountains. A part of the Marina Alta comarca of Alicante, Pego has a history dating from the Arab occupation. Pego celebrates a number of fiestas and festivals throughout the year and these include the Moors and Christians, Porrat de Sant Antoni del Porquet,Carnival and the Pinyata (burial of the sardine).Eating out is a very important part of Spanish living and there are a great choice of restaurants to choose from serving typical local dishes includng "Crosta", botifarra ,chick peas and beaten eggs, "arros caldos" and paella with land snails and rabbit and many other varieties of paella. Tapas such as "pichinettes" (colorful tiny freshly caught clams sautéed in EVO with tomato, onion and lemon).There are many other towns and villages close by all selling traditional crafts and markets held at each on different days of the week where you can purchase fresh fruit and vegetables and many more gifts and household items.


* Air Conditioning * Broadband * Heating * Fitted Kitchen * Double Glazing