Ador, Valencia, Spain.
Our reference 37586. A second floor apartment that is totally open, has no walls whatsoever, situated in a nice street with free parking in the village of Ador, just ten minutes in the Car from Gandia.
The owner of the property, previously planned to shell the apartment and rebuild the interior to his needs, but now has purchased a property in the next village so wants to sell the property as it is.
The building is in good general condition and as you will see the roof has recently been done to make sure of no leakages.
Currently there are no bedrooms, due to the size of the apartment, its easily big enough to make 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large kitchen and lounge diner leading onto the front balcony terrace. There is a back terrace and this is the ideal place to make the new kitchen due to the pipework already being there.
As our system will not take 0 for bedrooms or bathrooms, we have advertised the property with the rooms that can be made if wanted.
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Please note the location of the property on the map may not be exactly accurate.
With restrictions of Covid-19 relaxing in various communities of Spain and the end of the state of alarm in spain on the 9th of May, we are now able to travel more freely to visit properties, do visits and also do virtual visits, if you are not able to travel at the moment, please contact us, if restrictions allow, then we can go and make a video for you or do an onsite virtual visit. Although restrictions are now relaxing, we have decided to continue to keep our office closed at the moment to the general public. Any questions you have regarding visiting properties in our area, please call 0034 674890837. Please note: If you would like to reserve a bank repossession property, you will need a Spanish bank account open to pay the deposit, and some banks we work with also will require the NIE, when uploading the offer.
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