Beachfront villa with pool in Coveta Fuma, El Campello for sale. Built in 1979, this villa is in need of updating but is incomparable in terms of location and views. This property boasts a privileged location on the front line of the sea and beaches in the exclusive Coveta Fuma neighbourhood of El Campello. Spectacular views are available from just about every corner of the house. There are views of the mountains, views of the green spaces, views of the Mediterranean and all along the coast all the way to Benidorm and Benidorm Island.
The house itself is large and spacious with over 450 m2 of living space. There is a large living room that opens on to a glazed terrace where you can enjoy the views year-round and a fully equipped independent kitchen. There is a large master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. 6 additional double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, 2 additional full bathrooms, and 2 guest WCs complete the villa. The traditional terrazo floors of the period throughout the property as well as central heating via radiators.
There is plenty of outside space for enjoying views and the fine Mediterranean weather. The house sits on a fully fenced urbano plot of 450 m2 that has been landscaped with a variety of plants. There is a 10 x 5 private pool with plenty of space for sunbeds and a garden shower. There are 100 m2 in various terraces as well (2 of them glazed for year-round convenience and comfort.) There is a storeroom and 2 garages as well as parking for various vehicles on the plot of 450 m2. Wonderful views of the sea.
Given its location and the fact that it is an urbano plot on the seafront, this villa represents a great opportunity for the right buyer. Whether bought to gut and remodel or as a teardown, this property could be spectacular with a bit of work.
There is public transportation nearby in the form of a bus stop and TRAM.
About El Campello
Located on Spain’s Costa Blanca near the city of Alicante, El Campello or Campello is a seaside town with a year-round population of approximately 26,000 people that more than triples in the busy summer months. While the local economy is now very much focused on tourism, historically Campello was a busy fishing port with one of the most important fleets on the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Now, the traditional fisherman’s neighborhood sees thousands of tourists every year. While the modern town of Campello was founded in the early 20th century after seceding from Alicante, people have lived in the area since pre-Roman times and each culture has left fascinating traces of their occupation of this land. Among the highlights is Los Baños de la Reina, a series of pools carved into stone along the shore. Local legend said the site was where a Moorish queen would bathe but actually these are the remains of a thriving Roman hatchery and garum industry. There are also two 16th century circular watchtowers part of network of towers built to protect the coast from attacks from Barbary pirates. Campello’s “moros y cristianos” fiestas in October are spectacular with boats landing on the beaches, fireworks, parades and more. Campello enjoys 23 kilometers of coastline and there are beaches for all tastes. The provincial capital of Alicante is 10 kilometers away and can be reached by bus or TRAM. The international airport is 29 kilometers away.