This lovely Villa is located in Muro de Alcoy and has a living area of 300 sq m, consisting of 4 good sizes bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a seperate toilet. It has a kitchen and a dining room and is centrally heated. It is built on a plot of 5000 sq m and has a large private garden, a garage and a swimming pool complete with its own pool house. A great place to relax and take in the beauty of the local scenery.
This property has been reduced in price from
800,000 to 670,000 euros to encourage a quick sale.
Muro de Alcoy (Spanish: [ˈmuɾo ðe alˈkoi]) or Muro d’Alcoi (Valencian: [ˈmuɾo ðaɫˈkɔj]), also briefly called Muro (Spanishand Valencian: [ˈmuɾo]) is a town located in the comarca of Comtat, in the province of Alicante, Spain, lying at the foot of the Serra de Mariola. As of 2009, it has a total population of c. 8,900 inhabitants. The economy of Muro de Alcoy is based on textile industry, manufacture of plastic products and furniture and agriculture (olives and almonds).
Alcoy (Spanish: [alˈkoi]) or Alcoi (Valencian: [aɫˈkɔj]) is an industrial and university city and municipality located in the province of Alicante, Spain. The Serpis river crosses the municipal boundary of Alcoi. The local authority reported a population of 95,526 residents in 2010.
The first traces of human presence in the area date to c. 60,000 years ago, when Neanderthal hunters settled here. A site with rock paintings, dating to c. 10,000/6,500 years ago, has been discovered near la Sarga. From around the mid-3rd millennium BC people started to move from the caves to the plain where cereals were grown, while mountain fortifications were erected (Mola Alta de Serelles, Mas del Corral, Mas de Menente, El Puig).
Buildings with artistic or historical interest in the city include:
- Llonja de Sant Jordi, designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava. Made during the years 1992-1995.
- De Dins Square, a neoclassical square in the city center of Alcoy.
- Iglesia arciprestal de Santa María (Alcoy)
- Hermitage of St. Anthony the Abbot (14th-18th centuries)
- Conventof Sant Agustí, reconstructed in the 18th century with paintings of the 16th century
- Catholicchurch of Santa Maria, in Valencian Baroque style
- Torre de Na Valora, a watchtower from the 13th century
- Barchell Castle(13th century), of likely Muslim origin. It has a rectangular keep and a court with a rainwater tank.
- Museu Alcoià de la Festa, museum dedicated to the Moors and Christians of Alcoy, where the visitors can experience all the details, aspects and feelings surrounding this internacional festival.
- Archaeological Museum Camil Visedo, established in 1945.
- Shelter of Cervantes, a air-raid bunker of the Spanish Civil War(1938).
- Firefighters Museum of Alcoy