This stately two-storey Ibiza style villa from 1985 is located in the quiet residential area of Terramar. From the inviting entrance we find the large living and dining area with a stone fireplace and direct access to the 800m2 garden. The office adaptable kitchen is just behind and equipped with all the practical elements to make life more comfortable, including direct access to the garden, pool, charming barbecue area and outdoor storage area. The first floor also features two large and sunny en suite bedrooms, one currently used as an office. Up the charming staircase to the second floor we find two spacious double bedrooms with built-in closets and that share a bathroom. The property also features a large basement with multipurpose spaces, a service quarters, wine cellar, half bath and direct access to the ample garage.
Sitges has always been a place that has enchanted artists, tourists and visitors from all over. For many people, the secret lies in its light and its almost 300 sunny days a year. The Nature has been generous to Sitges, as it has the privilege of being located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea and protected by the Garraf Park Mountains. Culturally, the legacy is extraordinary. Art is alive and traditions are maintained with modernity. Sitges has preserved important medieval references and the quaintness of the old village of farmers and fishermen. It has a cosmopolitan character thanks to the diversity of its population, where more than 70 different nationalities live together, which is certified with the existence of four international nearby schools. Now, in the twenty-first century, Sitges is based on creativity, talent and innovation, but without losing its roots. Sitges is a city that attracts and seduces.
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