Apartamento Joya 3-bed Apartment in Cádiz

€265,000 Reference: C00CA869


  • Apartment
  • 3 bedrooms 1 bathrooms
  • 265,000
  • Constructed area: 88m2


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


  • 0.3km from Numerous Restaurants
  • 0.3km from Local Supermarket
  • 1km from Cadiz Train station
  • 3km from Playa La Caleta


Beautiful 3 bed, 1-1/2 bath loft apartment with lift and communal terrace located in the heart of the historic city of Cadiz

Apartamento Joya is a as it is named, a jewel found crowning the top of a fabulous restored traditional finca located close to the Cathedral, Plaza de Palillero and nearby Plazas de Candeleria and San Antonio.

Everything in the old city is easily accessible on foot such as the array of beautiful plazas, gourmet restaurants, gardens and sea wall which wraps neatly around the old quarter of Cadiz. The small cove with its sheltered sandy beach called La Caleta is a 10 minutes walk away.

Cadiz city has good road and rail links to Jerez airport which is just under 1 hour´s journey.

The property itself is immaculately presented throughout. A brief description is as follows:-

Entrance from the main cobbled street leads into the communal patio giving access to the 12 private apartments, 3 on each floor. Apartamento Joya is on the 3rd floor which is accessed either by the lift or by using the commanding stone staircase to all floors.

The main entrance to the apartment leads into the hallway lined with windows leading to all of the accommodation. Starting at the far end you will find the beautifully light living room. This comes complete with feature beamed ceiling and curved details called bovedas. An archway defines the point where the living room and dining room meet offering a soft separation whilst maintaining that open-plan feel. Built-in cupboards and recessed alcoves add interest and useful storage to the space. The living room also benefits from hot/cold air-conditioning.

A door leads from the living room into the kitchen with oven, hob, extractor, washing machine, dishwasher, upright fridge-freezer and freestanding pantry cupboard. The custom built open shelving and worktops are made in a traditional Spanish style offering practical storage and plenty of space in which to be creative in the kitchen.

Both the living room and kitchen benefit from lovely balcony windows.

Returning to the main hallway, you will find 2 good sized double bedrooms, both accessed via traditional glazed doors and feature the original beamed ceiling. Each also come complete with built-in wardrobes along one side.

The main bathroom is located next to these bedrooms. It is equipped with a bath, shower-over, bidet, basin and WC. The beamed ceiling is also exposed in this bathroom.

At the end of the hallway next to the front door you will find a small guest closet with basin and WC plus the 3rd single bedroom which could easily be a home-office if preferred.

A small flight of stairs lead up from the communal hallway to the extensive communal roof terraces offering fabulous views over the city to include the Cathedral and other easily recognizable landmarks within the old city walls.

This charming property offers any would-be buyer the chance to enjoy the benefits of living in a city with everything you need close-by, whilst offering a peaceful Spanish haven in which to retreat to after soaking up the sun, sea, history and culture Cadiz City is famous for.

Total constructed area approx: 88sqm
Status: Urban
CEEE rating: E

Note: Whilst the property description and details provided are intended to be factually correct the accuracy of this information cannot be guaranteed and does not constitute an offer of contract. All properties are offered for sale unfurnished unless stated otherwise.

The advertised property marketing price is subject to standard Spanish Notary, Land Registry, Stamp Duty (ITP), Legal and Estate Agency Fees.

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.

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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