Just a few minutes walk from local bars, restaurants and supermarkets, this gorgeous, semi-detached villa in Lo Marabú has off-road parking and access to one of the most spectacular communal swimming pools in the area. The centre of Ciudad Quesada is less than 5 minutes away in the car or, alternatively you could walk it in 15 or less.
This property is well appointed and spacious. Downstairs, the lounge/dining area can easily handle a family of four and the separate kitchen is large enough for two cooks not to get in each other’s way. There’s a double bedroom with fitted wardrobe and a bathroom with shower too. Upstairs, there are two more bedrooms, the master with a terrace balcony and a familyu sized bathroom.
The communal pool takes 1 minute to reach on foot and, as you’ll see from the photos, it is lovely.
All in all, this property represents great value in a very popular location and you should view it to get a better idea of what it’s all about.
With a population of around thirteen thousand, Ciudad Quesada is situated in the Southeastern part of the Valencian region within the province of Alicante. Founded as an urbanisation in the 1970s by local entrepreneur Justo Quesada, Ciudad Quesada is now one of the most vibrant and well-known towns in the South of the Alicante province.
Over the last fifty or so years, it has proven popular with both tourists and ex-patriots resulting in what is today, a thriving multi-cultural community. A large part of Ciudad Quesada’s success is down to its location; it’s forty minutes by car from Alicante city centre, thirty from El Altet airport, about an hour from Murcia’s new Corvera airport and is serviced by the Mediterranean Motorway, the AP-7, which stretches the length of Spain’s Mediterranean coast. The regional capital, Valencia, is approximately two and a half hours away by car, whilst Murcia city centre is somewhat closer and can be reached in about forty-five to fifty minutes.
As one may expect, Ciudad Quesada is something of a cultural melting pot in almost every aspect of its existence. Local business is no exception; the British, Irish, Dutch, Belgian, German and Scandinavian populations are represented in many of the local businesses such as restaurants, bars, hair and beauty salons, gyms, estate agencies, legal firms, furniture stores, builders, electricians, butchers, bakers and yes, probably candlestick makers!
Over the past few years, Ciudad Quesada and the surrounding towns have seen massive investment in their infrastructure. As recently as summer 2020, an extensive project to re-modernise Avenida de las Naciones (effectively Ciudad Quesada’s “High Street”) was completed making the area even more accessible to tourists and locals alike as well as improving things for local businesses. Other very recent projects have included the construction of large supermarkets, new shopping centres, the development and expansion of local park areas, large scale road resurfacing and the construction of numerous cycle paths.