A great opportunity has arisen for someone to acquire this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, detached villa in Sueno Azul, a residential area within Callao Salvaje with all of its bars, restaurants, shops and cafes as well as the fabulous volcanic sand beach which is about a 10 minute walk away.
Many of the bungalows in this area have been successfully converted from the original 2 beds to a 3 bedroom property and with plenty of space, this property has the same potential.
Inside this 80m2 one level villa, you'll find 2 double bedrooms both of which have en-suite bathrooms.
There's a tasteful, 1950s style, open concept American style kitchen, a bright lounge with plenty of space for a couple of sofas as well as a dining area.
There are a couple of sliding doors that lead outside to the wrap around terrace and garden area which catches the sun for most of the day
The villa is built on a plot of 225m2 and the garden is set to lawn as well as planted areas of bushes and trees.
Sueno Azul - The Complex
Sueno Azul:is:more of an area than a complex as such.
It's been built up since its inception in the 90s and is a good mixture of holiday homes and full time residential property spread over a large area of Callao Salvaje.
From Sueno Azul, it's a short walk to the centre of town where you'll find shops, supermarkets, bars and restaurants:and some nice ones too and the beach is just a couple of minutes walk further on from the town centre.
In the western side of Sueno Azul is a swimming pool which is private, sea water, pool which has a bar area and although obviously owners and ideas change throughout the years, the last I heard was that there was a discount for residents of the area.
Callao Salvaje - The town
Although Callao Salvaje has a couple of hotels, it's mainly a residential area and has quite a few long term residents.
The town itself has a good selection of shops, smaller supermarkets, bars and restaurants and if you can't find what you need in the town, then the larger town of Adeje is just 5 minutes up the road.
The beach, Playa de Ajabo, was totally refurbished during 2011 and 2012 and reopened in 2014 and, although a volcanic sandy beach, which for some reason some people aren't keen on, is a great beach with sun-beds and parasols and the sea is quite calm thanks to a water break which was built during the beach refurbishment.