FANTASTIC VILLA WITH AMAZING VIEW OVER THE MONTGO IN JAVEA.
At the end of a dead-end street in a quiet residential area is situated a beautiful Spanish villa in hacienda styles.It was the first house built on the Montgo and still carries with pride the nameplate MG-1.Bought from the first owner, the current proprietor has restored and rebuilt the villa to the highest degree of perfection and sustainability.The total constructed area of the villa is 403m2.The way the villa is built offers the opportunity of double occupation.Next to the main ground floor living area of 208m2 and south-facing Naya and sun terrace, there is a fully equipped (guest) accommodation at the lower ground floor.Upon entering the plot of about 3.500 m2 via an electronically operated gate, you will be stunned by the magnificently landscaped garden surrounding the house.The garden has been designed by Estéban and is maintained by one of Javea´s best-known gardeners.The villa itself is built on two levels.On the main floor, there is a very nice entrance hall leading to a large living and dining room with a fireplace (gas).The well-equipped kitchen is adjacent to the dining room and gives access to the garden.The main hall also leads to a large study/office (18,5 m2, that can easily be converted to a bedroom if you wish to do so, and the master bedroom (27 m2) with en suite bathroom.Both the study and the living room provide ample access to the covered terrace of 33,4 m2 (Naya) and sun terrace of 45m2 overlooking the Montgo valley. The entire level has underfloor heating and air conditioning.The lower level – guest accommodation – consists of a large living and dining area, 2 bedrooms, wine cellar, storage room, and small workshop. All rooms have central heating and air conditioning.The guest accommodation has a separate front entrance but can also be reached via an internal staircase. Ideal for a family with children or for rental/Bed Breakfast purposes.In front of the guest accommodation there is a second large terrace and swimming pool (10x5 meters)The house is connected to the Javea municipal water system for its drinking water but also has its own borehole with a storage tank that is being used to irrigate the entire garden.Next, to being connected to the national grid, the house is very much self-supporting in terms of electricity due to 18 solar panels with 8 back up gel batteries, and a solar hot water system. In recent years the solar panels have generated a massive 15.000 kWh.The central heating on both levels is by means of a heat pump and the swimming pool uses a solar circulation pump.The house has a C energy certificateExtra’s: The plot of about 3.500 m2 can be split into two plots of 2.000 m2 and 1.500 m2. Currently, the plot of 1.500 m2 is used as an orchard with a variety of fruit trees but building permits can be obtained to have a full-blown house built on this plot.