Superb 2 Bedroom Apartment For Sale in Sardinia Italy
Superb 2 Bedroom Apartment For Sale in Sardinia Italy
Euroresales Property ID- 9825743
Quartu Sant'Elena (Province of Cagliari), a 77sqm furnished three-room apartment.
The apartment is located in the San Benedetto area, in a quiet and reserved street one km from the Poetto (which is the local beach) and the Molentargiu park.
The apartment is on the second floor of four and is part of a 1975 building, elegant, well-kept and managed, served with lift and central heating equipped with radiators powered by a diesel boiler.
It includes an uncovered parking space located in the large condominium courtyard.
It is composed of:
–entrance; living room with kitchenette with veranda used as laundry;
–two bedrooms: one double and one single, both having access to a veranda through French doors;
–bathroom with shower and bidet.
The windowed surfaces, equipped with mosquito nets, give brightness to the rooms, beautiful and pleasant views thanks to the surrounding green spaces and the distance from other buildings in the area.
The apartment has been recently renovated, provided by electrical and water system according to law; the electrical system has been made home automation compliant; the bathroom has been completely renovated; predisposition for the air conditioning system with the possibility of detaching from the condominium heating has been made.
This cosy and well-organized apartment guarantees a high quality of life.
In the immediate vicinity are all services, such as schools, kindergartens, pharmacies, supermarkets, a swimming pool, tennis courts, golf club, the cycle path and the beach (which can be reached on foot in 10 minutes).
This property is ideal to be used as an income for tourist rentals or to live there immediately as it is furnished.
The condo fees, including heating, are € 113.00 per month.
Since the renovation, the apartment has not yet been inhabited.
- No. of Beds: 4
- Floor Space (metres squared): 77
- Furnished: Furnished
- Covered area (metres squared): 77
- Parking: Uncovered private parking space
- View: Urban, Cityscape
- Distance from Sea: 5 mins (2,6 km)
- Distance from Airport: 18 mins (15,4 km)
- Distance from Golf: 15 mins (10,8 km)
- Distance from Main Attraction: 15 mins
About the Area:
Sardinia (Sardegna in Italian, Sardigna in Sardinian) is a large island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, between the Balearic islands and the Italian peninsula and south of Corsica. It is an autonomous region which currently belongs to Italy.
Sardinia, with its quintessential Mediterranean beauty, is mainly loved for swimming, boating, windsurfing, hiking, climbing, and camping, with coastal areas tending to become over touristed especially in the warmest month, August. The inner life of the island away from the tourist spots takes longer to appreciate and requires you to peel away the layers of apparent Italianization. After all, the ancient Nuragic civilization of Sardinia of ca. 1500 BC, whose stone monuments still dot the land, predates even the Etruscan civilization in mainland Italy by several hundred years.
Sardinia is the only region in Italy of Hercynian origin; actually, the Southwest is even older (Cambrian). The mineral riches of Sardinia are the consequence of heavy hydrothermalism during the Permo-Triassic. As in the rest of Hercynian Europe, erosion has taken its toll since the orogeny and has reduced elevations considerably. 30 million years ago, the Sardinia-Corsica block started to detach from mainland Spain and tilted toward its present position. The island is both aseismic and non volcanic.
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (24090 sq. km [9300 sq. mi]); only Sicily is larger. The island is dominated by the Gennargentu Range (culminating at Punta La Marmora, 1834 m [6017 ft], highest elevation in Sardinia), along with the Monte Limbara, Monte di Ala', and Monte Rasu ranges (all below 1500 m [4900 ft]); isolated are the Sulcis-Iglesiente hills (1236 m [4055 ft]) of Southwestern Sardinia, once home to a large mining district. Plains are quite rare and reduced in extent, with the exception of the Campidano Plain from Oristano to Cagliari, which divides the main hill system from the Sulcis-Iglesiente, and the Nurra plain in the northwest (between Sassari, Alghero, and Porto Torres), which was once a mining district and quite forested, but is today mostly given to pasture. Sulcis proper (in the extreme Southwest) was a marshy area where malaria was still present in the 1940's (but eradicated since). Cagliari's neighbourhood is also flat and boggy; exploitation of salt is a major industry there.
Coasts are generally rocky and tall, especially along the Eastern half; large beaches are found however on the North and Northeast (Logudoro and Gallura), the South (from Teulada to Pula) and the Southwest (Sulcis-Iglesiente). Apart from the Strait of Bonifacio (famed for its often rough sea) which divides Corsica from Sardinia, the surrounding sea is quite deep at short distances from the shore.
Population is low (a little more than 1 650 000 inhabitants in 2010), with heavy concentration in the Cagliari (one third of the total population) and Sassari (one fifth) areas; Olbia is the only other town exceeding 50 000 inhabitants. Other centres include Alghero, Nuoro, Oristano, Carbonia and Iglesias. Sardinia, along with the Valle d'Aosta region at the French border, has the lowest density of population in Italy.
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