A small development of 8 top quality 3-bedroom new-build villas in the very popular Pinar de Campoverde (Pilar de la Horadada) residential area, surrounded by pine forests and citrus groves, and only a short drive to fabulous beach resorts and golf courses! Prices range from 300,000 euros to 389,000 euros (and plot sizes from 300 m2 to 397 m2). Only one villa is available with the largest plot size of 397 m2. Delivery dates range from May - September 2020.
BUILDING SPECIFICATION STRUCTURE ✓ Foundations made of reinforced concrete, in accordance with earthquake resistant building codes. ✓ Reinforced concrete structure and pre-fabricated structural elements (beams, joists and filler blocks, etc.), in accordance with earthquake resistant building codes. ✓ Reinforced concrete strip footing under exterior walls. ✓ Concreting in exterior paved area.
ENCLOSURE AND FINISHES ✓ Exterior enclosure of the building with cavity walls and air chamber with thermal and sound insulation, exterior finish with single-coat mortar with water-repellent. ✓ Interior walls made of 70 mm double hollow blocks. ✓ Finish on interior walls and ceilings: projection plaster coated in flat white paint. ✓ Exterior fences and party walls made of concrete blocks coated in single-coat mortar with water-repellent. ✓ Removable plain plasterboard ceiling tiles in bathroom to enable the installation of an air conditioning unit. ✓ Closed plain plasterboard ceiling in hall to enable the installation of HVAC ductwork. ✓ Simulated stone cladding on exterior walls.
CARPENTRY AND METALWORK ✓ Security front door with a decorative front panel. ✓ Black metalwork outside, motorised blinds, double glazing with air chamber and mosquito nets on windows and balcony doors. ✓ Finish on exterior doors: plain black aluminium slats. ✓ Interior carpentry in white lacquered wood, with chrome door handles and knobs. ✓ Lined, built-in wardrobes with chests of drawers in all bedrooms.
FLOORING AND TILING ✓ Interior flooring made of small, top-quality, stoneware tiles. Several models to choose from. ✓ Stoneware tiles on kitchen and bathroom walls. Several models to choose from. ✓ Exterior paved floors covered with small, top-quality, anti-slip stoneware tiles.
PLUMBING ✓ Water supply pipes made of reticular polybutylene. ✓ PVC drainage pipes. ✓ Bathroom suite in vitreous china, acrylic shower enclosure and single-lever mixer taps. ✓ Domestic hot water heated by an air source heat pump system. ✓ Water supply points in solarium and garden.
ELECTRICITY ✓ Electrical installation in sections, prepared for high wattage. ✓ Plain white mechanisms and switches made by Simon, Niessen or similar. ✓ Telecommunication cable ducts, with TV and telephone sockets in all rooms. ✓ Interior and exterior power sockets in accordance with regulations. Interior and exterior lighting with LED light bulbs.
KITCHEN AND HOME APPLIANCES ✓ Fully equipped kitchen with island and modern-style furniture. ✓ Silestone countertop or a similar material. Embedded sink and ceramic glass hob; backsplash on the wall in the cooking area. ✓ Home appliances made by leading brands, including: fridge, oven, ceramic glass hob, cooker hood, washing machine and a 100-litre air source heat pump system. HVAC ✓ Pre-wiring for a HVAC system, with ducts, supply and return vents in all bedrooms and the living room.
SWIMMING POOL ✓ Private swimming pool with measurements specified on the sales plans. * The building control department and the property reserve the right to make changes in the materials described. However, a quality similar to the material being replaced will always be maintained.
Pinar de Campoverde (Pine Forest of the Green Field literally) is a small village located at the foot of the Sierra de Escalona mountain range, nine kilometres from Pilar de la Horadada borough council, in the province of Alicante, Spain. The town has around 3000 inhabitants and is ten kilometres from the Mediterranean coastline.
The town has only developed since the mid-1980s when many British, German, French and Scandinavian expatriates settled in villas. Originally, the area had been a large pine forest, next to the Río Seco river and had little agricultural importance until much of the wooded area was cleared for orange and lemon groves. The name Pinar de Campoverde or Pinar de Campo Verde derives from the fact that the area was once pine woodland (Pinar) and its impression on its first residents was a green field (Campo Verde)
Population and area
Since the recent advent of tourism, the majority of the population are expatriates, mainly from the United Kingdom and Germany. The traditional centre of the village is based on the two kilometre long Avenida del Pino which runs from the main Pilar de la Horadada-Orihuela road to the municipal sports fields (Polideportivo) at the Río Seco. This strip has numerous bars and restaurants, estate agents and shops. There is also a medical centre and veterinarian. On Sunday there is a small street market held in the centre of the village, close to the free car park.
The "new" area, located to the west of the village has been in construction since the late 1990s and is almost exclusively inhabited by foreigners (although a few Spanish families do live amongst them). There is a second commercial area at the top of the village with a pharmacy and a few bars and shops, which have stunning views across the countryside. Having been built on the side of the Rio Seco (dry river), the residential areas tend to be rather hilly and the "old" area has very narrow footpaths in places. It is here you will find the Parque Central (Central Park).
The village boasts two supermarkets, the latest being at the newly built Plaza at the entrance to the village; the other at the far end, in the "Old" area where you will also find the Sabadell bank. There is also a new garden centre on the main road into the village.
Every street and avenue in the village takes its name from a plant, herb or horticultural zone. Examples include Calle Bosque (Forest Street), Calle Lavanda (Lavander Street), Calle Meloncotonero (Peach Tree Street), Calle Abedul (Birch Street) and Calle Cerezo (Cherry Tree Street).
The footpaths in the village are block paved in Verde (green).
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