FEATURES: front terrace, inverter air con., shower room, independent kitchen, white goods, storage, patio, laundry room, built-in wardrobes, balcony, sunterrace CARACTERÍSTICAS: terraza delantera, aire acondicionado inverter, baño con ducha, cocina independiente, electrodomésticos, trastero, patio, lavadero, armarios empotrados, balcón, solárium. EIGENSCHAFTEN: vordere Terrasse, Klimaanlage, Duschbad, unabhängige Küche, weiße Ware, Abstellraum, Terrasse, Waschküche, Einbauschränke, Balkon, Sonnenterrasse
Lovely townhouse in Dolores de Pacheco on a complex with communal pool.
On the ground floor exists an ample front terrace, large living-dining area with inverter air conditioning, shower room, fully fitted kitchen with white goods, storeroom and access to a patio and laundry room. Through an internal staircase you reach the upper floor.
On the upper floor you find two bedrooms with its built-in wardrobes and a bathroom. One of the bedrooms does have access to a balcony. Continuing the internal staircase you reach the sun terrace.
Security doors installed. Security grills on doors and windows.
In the vicinity of Dolores de Pacheco is the Cabezo Gordo, a protected natural site and the only elevation in the area, where the Sima de las Palomas is located, a paleontological site of great importance. The Cabezo Gordo has been a fundamental part of the landscape of the peninsular southeast since time immemorial. It is the only mountainous elevation of the municipality of Torre Pacheco, with a maximum altitude of 312 meters above sea level, which dominates the entire municipality and the Mar Menor area. The views offered by Cabezo Gordo are really enviable; from each top you can see each and every one of the surrounding towns, becoming the most important watchtower in the area. In this elevation it is worth noting the Cueva del Agua, with tunnels that cross the entire mountain, as well as the aforementioned archaeological site Sima de las Palomas, although we can find many other caves that drill this small mound.Paleoanthropological findings deserve special attention. cranial and maxillary fragments, which since 1994, are made in the archaeological site of the Sima de las Palomas, dating from 200,000-500,000 years, referring to the presence of two different morphotypes: Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis and Homo Sapiens Arcaico, both seem to point to new data in the search for the "missing link" between them and Homo Sapiens Sapiens or Cromagnon. This site, together with that of Atapuerca, has received international recognition as a possible source in the advancement of paleoarcheology.