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Details of this Finca

Ref RS1276
Price €150,000
Property Type Finca
Town Crevillente
Neighborhood Countryside
Beds 4
Baths 2
Plot size 4,000m2
Build size 140m2
Garage yes
Pool Type Private
Year built 1993
Floors 1
Furnished Furnished

Home features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Furnished
  • Garden
  • Private pool
  • Roof terrace
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine

Full description

For sale this lovely finca, set in the countryside on the outskirts of Crevillente.

With easy access to E15/A7 motorway, and with the City of Elche less than 10 minutes away.

House is aprox. 140Sq M on a plot of 4000Sq M. It has a large garage and a store that can be converted. Large private swimming pool set in established gardens with fruit and olive trees. Also a BBQ and a roof terrace with great views.

The house is being sold furnished and has air conditioning.

If you would like to view this house please contact us as soon as possible.

A town and municipality in the Alicante province of Spain, Crevillente is well known for the production of carpets and esparto grass mats, the town has a population of around 26,000 (2003) and a municipal area of 103.30 square kilometres. Located to the west of Elche (the city of palms), Crevillente is sandwiched between the El Hondo Nature Reserve and the Sierra de Crevillente mountains.

These days a busy industrial town, Crevillente was settled as long ago as the Paleolithic Era. Later settlements by the Iberians were further extended and improved by the Romans, when they arrived in Spain. During the Arab conquest of the Iberian Peninsular, the town was known as Qirbilyan, and the occupying Moors improved the irrigation of the area using techniques brought from the deserts of North Africa, enabling crops to be grown and formerly unusable land to be cultivated.

Reconquered by the Christian forces of Jaime I in 1244, Crevillente was subject to numerous skirmishes and exchanges over its control. Many of its former Muslim occupants, stayed on in the town after the reconquest until they were finally expelled in 1609, resulting in a serious decline in the town’s population.

The carpet industry began in the 18th century, early carpets were made from esparto grass and called Spanish Carpets, many of these were exported for use abroad, even from these early days.

Close to Crevillente you will find the El Hondo nature reserve and reservoir, an important wetland area which is used by a variety of migratory birds, among the species that can be seen are flamingos and imperial herons. In the waters you may find carp, eel, mosquitofish, toothcarp and grey mullet.

Apart from carpets, the area produces almonds, olives and citrus fruit.

Crevillente is located on the N-340 near to the A-7 motorway, it is about 25 kilometres from Alicante