Seafront house at Costa Brava

Ref: GIR - S001
426 m2
24 m2
426 m2 24 m2 rooms 6 baths 3 parking 2 price 675.000 energy D

House composed of ground floor, two floors floor and study in attic floor, in the town of Colera. The ground floor consists of porch, warehouse, garage, lobby and storage room that occupy an area of ​​134 m². The first floor comprises the kitchen, dining room, living room, laundry room, two bedrooms, bathroom, toilet, two balconies, terrace and staircase box with a total of 121 m². The second floor consists of four bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, two balconies and terrace with a total of 124 m². Finally, the attic floor has an area of ​​47 m².

It is a very unique property for its location, in the center of town and in front of the beach and the marina of the town. Its orientation is East and the views are spectacular to see the sunrise. It is a house built in 1985 as a second residence for a family in Barcelona. The architecture reflects the era in which it is built.

The house needs an update although you can move into immediately. However, the most interesting thing about the house is undoubtedly its location and the possibility of conditioning it with the current materials and conditioning systems. It can also be interesting as a multi-family residence, maintaining its original structure and reforming its interior to carry out a real estate development that could accommodate 2 or 3 homes depending on the interest of the developer for marketing.

The enclave is beautiful, it is the second town from the border with France, after Portbou. The driving distance from Barcelona is 2 hours, via the AP-7 motorway to Figueres. The Alt Empurdà stands out for its beaches and the interior of the region, where you can breathe a calm atmosphere, with large natural spaces that offer spectacular views. It should be noted the proximity of this population to other more famous as Port de la Selva, Port Lligat and Cadaqués, the great reference of the upper part of the Costa Brava and unquestionably linked to the figure of Dalí.

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