Casa Carnaval 3-bed Apartment in Cádiz

€186,000 Reference: C00770

Details

  • Apartment
  • 3 bedrooms 1 bathrooms
  • 186,000
  • Constructed area: 91m2
  • Plot area: 91m2

Features

  • Near the airport
  • Near the beach
  • Near the train station

Nearby

  • 0.5km from Numerous Restaurants
  • 1km from Local Supermarket
  • 1.7km from Cadiz
  • 1.3km from Playa Santa Maria del Mar
  • 1km from Playa La Caleta
  • 44km from Airport Jerez de la Frontera

Description

Stunning 3 bed, 1 bath apartment set in the heart of the old quarter of Cadiz City

Casa Carnaval is a beautiful fully renovated apartment on one of the most historic streets in Cadiz City near the gold domed Cathedral and sea walls. Restaurants, shops, bars, historic architecture, pretty plazas and the beach are all within easy reach.

Located on the 3rd floor of what was originally a complete patio house, the property has retained some of its original features such as long balcony windows, beamed ceilings and the newly glazed corridor with views into the communal central patio.

Immaculate throughout, the property briefly comprises of the following:

Entrance via the beautifully restored patio to ascend via stone stairs to the apartment. A private entrance passes into the glazed hallway through to the extensive living room with balcony windows overlooking the pedestrianized historic street below. This extends into the dining area. Tall beamed ceilings offer a sense of grandure. A door leads through into the modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances also complete with balconette window overlooking the street.

The main bedroom comes complete with fitted wardrobes. There are 2 futher good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.

This property shares a communal roof terrace with views over Cadiz City.

Total constructed area approx:91sqm
Status: Urban
CEEE rating: TBC

About the area: Cádiz

Cádiz city is one of the oldest cities in western Europe, accessed by a narrow stretch of land from the north and two bridges from the east. The city is steeped in naval history and was founded by the Phoenicians in cerca 1104 BC whereupon it was utilised as a trading post. Cádiz was heavily influenced by the Roman Empire in 200 BC whereupon the city quickly evolved as a port and Naval base. Christopher Columbus embarked on several journeys from Cádiz in the 16th century leading to the city becoming a favoured port of the Spanish treasure fleet - needless to say this meant that Cádiz was a popular target of its enemies looking to capture its prized treasures.

Today everyone can safely enjoy exploring the city's narrow streets and stunning plazas along with its wonderful architecture. The Plaza Mina, Espana and San Juan are a must see along with a visit to its famous Cathedral built in a High Baroque style..

Cádiz has a large bustling food market which boasts a wide range of fresh fish, meat and local produce all competitively priced and of excellent quality.

There are many excellent restaurants in Cádiz utilising local fresh produce to create culinary master pieces to feed the appetites of many. There are several Michelin star rated restaurants in the city albeit by the same token some fabulous small tapas bars.

The month of February is Carnival time in Cádiz, an important annual event with people travelling from all over Spain to enjoy the festivities and moreover the politically charged singing competitions.

Cruise ships arrive from a range of destinations into the port of Cádiz, with many of the day trippers vowing to return for a longer stay.

Transport links to Cadiz, regular train service via the national rail network RENFE the closest airport is at Jerez de la Frontera just a 40 minute train or car journey away.

FAQ:
Population Cadiz City 2016 - 118,919
Proximity to airports: Jerez de la Frontera 44 Km, Gibraltar 116 Km, Seville 128 Km, Malaga 227 Km

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