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1178 Renovated Apartment in Lower Albayzin

Granada, Granada, Granada City
€ 155.000
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Description

Spacious beautifully renovated apartment with high ceilings, located two minutes from the city centre.

The apartment is recently renovated and is located in a building with three floors, one apartment on each floor. The building dates from 1880 and is part of one of Granada's most historic streets.

The entrance door opens into a wide room with the kitchen to one side and the bathroom behind. This could serve as the lounge. To the right are two rooms with balconies that look over the pedestrain street below. The first is very large and has two balconies, the second is perhaps half the size with one balcony over the street.

The ceilings are very high and give the apartment a sense of amplitude and light. Heating is via electric heaters and there is a ceiling fan in the largest of the front rooms.

Newly laid down laminated parquet floors, double glazed windows and preparations made for installing an oven in the kitchen and a washing machine in the bathroom. 

Ideal for anyone who wants to be close to the city centre yet live in a tranquil space. 

There is access to a communal terrace with a sloping floor but there are only views when standing on tiptoe.

Mains water and electricity are connected. Fast internet is available on demand.

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