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Completely renovated and furnished to the highest standards, this villa has the perfect balance between a modern and vintage style.
The property is in a quiet residential area, yet just a two minute walk from Playa Grande beach in Puerto del Carmen where you will find lots of restaurant’s bars and shops.
Upon entering the villa, you come into the main hallway, which leads to all three bedrooms and the upper floor.
The tastefully decorated master bedroom has a gorgeous ensuite bathroom with a transparent bathtub and a large shower, surrounded by lush plants and flowers, there is peace and relaxation in every corner.
There are a two more bedrooms, one with a double bed and an ensuite bathroom with a skylight and one with two single beds.
At the top of an elegant staircase there is a spacious bedroom, a dining room, and a fully furnished kitchen with all the amenities you could need.
Outside the villa there is a partially covered pool with a beautiful waterfall. In the colder months the pool is heated so that you can enjoy it all year round. On the terrace there are a lot of seating areas and places to enjoy the sunshine as well as grill.
An annexe houses a separate playroom with pool table, darts, table tennis table, PlayStation and toys for children.
Lanzarote forms the northeasternmost outpost of the Canarian archipelago. Only about 11 km to the south of Lanzarote is the Canary Island of Fuerteventura. To the north lie the small islands of the Chinijo Archipelago: La Craciosa, Montanña Clara, Alegranza, Roque del Oeste, and Roque del Este.
All of these belong to Lanzarote and are, with the exception of La Graciosa, uninhabited. Up until very recently, La Graciosa could not even obtain the status of an island.
Lanzarote has over 213 km of coastline, of which 10 km are sandy and 16 km are rocky beaches. The island’s natural bounty is incomparable, and was recognized by UNESCO when it designated Lanzarote, the first island of its kind, a biosphere reserve in 1993.