New Build Semi Detached Villas with Own Pools in La Unión, only 10 Mins to Cartagena
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These new build semi detached villas come under the town of La Union and are only 10 minutes drive from the beautiful city of Cartagena and only a few minutes drive to Espacio Mediterraneo Shopping Centre and Retail Park. The rustic style villas are in a quiet urbanisation and are built on plots of 400 m2 all on the one level with an open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area, master bedroom with en-suite, two double bedrooms and a shower room. The properties are energy efficient with an A rating and have aerothermal hot water system and photovoltaic solar energy. There is a choice of imitation wood flooring, and choice of 3 colours for walls. The garden has its own private swimming pool and there are 24.50 m2 of pergolas.
Features – Hot and Cold Air Conditioning, Feature Fire in Lounge, Shutters on windows, Video Intercom, Fitted Wardrobes, Bathroom Vanity Units and Shower Screens.
In the small town of La Union there is a variety of shops, bars and restaurants.
Cartagena, a wealth of history and beautiful architecture sits on the Costa Calida in south east Spain within the Murcia region. It is a major naval base with the navy occupying a large area around the port and throughout the city. It is Spain’s 6th non-province capital city with a population of approximately 214,918 in 2011.Cartagena was founded around 227 BC as Qart Hadasht during the Phoenician Conquest. Since the 16th century Cartagena port has been one of the most important naval ports in Spain. The port is also home to a large naval shipyard and is now a popular stop off point for cruise liners. The port and marina area is well worth a visit with its many bars and restaurants and it is only a short walk to the pedestrian main street with further many shops, bars and restaurants. Among the Art Nouveau buildings there are several famous landmarks such as the Roman Theatre. Cartagena is famous for its Carthaginians and Romans festival held on the second fortnight every September. Ten fantastic days of parades and events based on the second punic war. A visit to the large outdoor camp constructed specially for the event is not to be missed with its vast range of bars and restaurants. For more information on Cartagena and things to do and places to go visit www.cartagenaturismo.es