This semi-detached house is situated in a quiet area, near the end of a cul-de-sac. The single storey house has a living room with chimney and dining area, separate kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a guest toilet and a spacious conservatory.
The annex consists of two floors: the upper floor has a guest studio with covered terrace and car port, the lower floor consists of several storage rooms and a covered terrace.
The property offers several terraces and a roof terrace, and a well-kept garden with swimming pool. The pool has been renovated in 2011, and is heated with solar energy (solar panels are also used for hot water supply). There is an automatic irrigation system. Views are to the sea and Teide.
Worth a special mention is that all the walls of the house and annex have a bottom base fabric and have been renovated by a specialist company with Caparol plaster. In 2011, it has been painted with a special paint of the English company Noneedtopaint, with a 30 year guaranty.
A garage for one car completes the offer.
Property tax (IBI): 190.38€
Icod de los Vinos is located on a continuous smooth slope that stretches from the extensive forests of Canary Island Pine down to the sea, and has almost 10 km of shoreline. The city is surrounded by fertile valley, and offers some of the best views of the Teide on the island. The main industry is agriculture, producing crops of bananas, potatoes, cereals, vegetables and fruit. An important activity is the wine production and the vintages bottled here are given the Denomination of Origin Ycoden-Daute-Isora. Down on the seafront with its lovely beach, at San Marcos, much commercial fishing takes place. Icod de los Vinos has an impressive range of shops and small businesses, as well as a good range of bars and restaurants. Icod de los Vinos is one of the oldest inhabited sites on the island, and the town’s neighbourhoods are sprinkled with innumerable hermitages and other buildings that give Icod great symbolic and artistic value. City of the Dragon tree: the inhabitants of Icod de los Vinos, known since antiquity for their friendliness and nobility, are proud of their tree, which has been nominated in 2011 to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apart from the famous tree, Icod is home to the Cueva del Viento, which is the largest volcanic cave system in the world. It is however for the quality of the wines that Icod is known worldwide since several centuries. The mixture of culture, nature, sights, and friendly people make this lively town a very nice place to live.
This property is offered to you by the company Casa Con Ambiente Hecht SL, License partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH Hamburg.
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