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Large family villa with its large garden, terrace overlooking the sea and located 100 meters from the sea and next to bars, restaurants and pharmacy. It is an interesting house due to its location and its possibilities for expansion, it has a very large garage 3 metres high below where you could build extra bedrooms and bathroom. You enter through a very quiet street by Oliva beach with a gated private driveway leading to the house, and access to a large wooded garden where you can build a large pool. There is also a large gate at the other side of the house with the possibility of building a bridge that would lead to the bars and restaurants. Going up some stairs you can access the kitchen that is very well equipped but perhaps could be modernised, when you leave the kitchen there is a living/dining room with fireplace. There is a large terrace connected to the living room that overlooks the restaurants and bars with views of the sea. This terrace is ideal for dining outside and runs along the side of the property and connects to two bedrooms. The outdoor terrace is very large and has shade in summer ideal to gather family and friends to eat outside. The other bedroom also has a terrace which overlooks the garden. It has economic heating of gasoil. It would be a good investment to transform it into a B & B, or a family home and also to rent in summer. The house is in an excellent condition although it is not of recent construction and is also higher than the ones next to the ground level. It can be transformed into a house of your imagination. Oliva is located in the province of Valencia, inside the region known as Safor although it belongs to the judicial party of Gandia where there is a large shopping centre, about 77 kilometres away from the Valencian capital and 80 km from Alicante where the airports are. It is a coastal territory, facing the Mediterranean Sea, which occupies approximately 60 kilometres of surface, and whose current population, the Oliveans, amounts to 28,400 inhabitants. The nuclei in which these are organised are those of Playa de Oliva, neighbourhood of Santa Maria, neighbourhood of San Roque and neighbourhood of San Francisco. Although it is a municipality attached to the coast and a few metres above sea level, Oliva has between its territory both mountain areas and plains and orchards, creating a unique contrast. In addition, it belongs to the protected perimeter of the Marjal de Pego-Oliva Natural Park. Curiosity: in the 16th century, Oliva County joined the Duchy of Gandia due to the marriage of convenience between Carlos de Borja and Magdalena de Centelles.