Elegant and welcoming apartment next to City of Getxo. This flat with magnificent distribution has access to housing through a hall that leads to the main area where we find a large living room with fireplace, library and terrace as well as a separate dining room and a toilet. The master bedroom with en suite bathroom, wardrobe and a small office is situated in this first area of the property. The hall distributor divides the main area with the bedroom area which is totally isolated and has four rooms and two shared bathrooms. The service area consists of unified kitchen with a large bedroom and its own bathroom. The property has two entrances, the main access and service entrance, fitted wardrobes in all bedrooms as well as a floor and doors of a superb quality. The house has open views from the living room t, dining room and master bedroom, and overlooking the garden and pool from the rest of the house. The property has permission for segregation.
The ancient parish of Getxo is a municipality in the Coast province of Biscay, in the Basque Country. It is situated on the right bank of the estuary ofThe Bilbao, at the mouth of Ibaizábal-Nervion. It is part of the region of Greater Bilbao and Bilbao metropolitan area. Notable for the presence of palaces and houses built by the gentry during industrialization.
Las Arenas and Neguri emerged in the late nineteenth century as a residential area of the Basque industrial bourgeoisie. Neguri The neighborhood is characterized by the mansions that were built to house the bourgeoisie selected, still today, a residential area with luxury homes. Neguri name was created by Resurrection Maria Azkue, as previously, the area was called Aretxetaurre. Neguri comes from the fusion of two Basque words: Negua and Hiri (winter and city respectively)
Winter City designed, as noted, for the Basque bourgeoisie.
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