Big villa next to the Sosua Beach with ocean view - Dominican Republic
- $ 360 000
- Multi-Family Home For Sale
- Bedrooms 6
- Bathrooms 6
- Floor area 250 sq m
- Lot size 554 sq m
The house is situated in a quiet location in the small coastal town Sosua and includes six apartments.
The individual rooms are furnished to a 3 star apartment consisting of a large double bed, fridge, TV, safe, bathroom and shower. All apartments have a terrace or balcony with views of the countryside.
The apartment complex is ideal for families and couples who are interested in a luxurious Caribbean dream. With a few renovations you will obtain a large villa with garden. A commercial is also possible- private living in one big apartment and use the other apartments for a holiday rent.
For relaxation and refreshment the property offers a large jacuzzi for six people and a BBQ place for Caribbean barbecues in front of the house.
The house is located above the main street of Sosua and is only 5 minutes away from the center. The international supermarket you will arrive after three minutes by foot. In two minutes you can reach the beautiful Sosua beach with crystal clear water and inviting shops, cafés, bars and restaurants.
The quiet but convenient location makes this home to the perfect place if you want to live outside the hustle and bustle. International neighbors assure a pleasant and nice environment.
Location specials are the ocean view, which includes the beach and the surrounding countryside, and the quiet but central location of this property.
Price: 360,000.00 US$
- Listing status: Active
- Available from: May 06, 2013
- Listing #: 4994
- Parking: 2 Cars
- Parking type: Garage attached
- Broadband Internet
- District cooling
- Hot water
- TV Cable
- Air conditioning
- Ceiling fans
- Fitted kitchen
- Hot tub / spa
- Washing machine
- Barbecue area
- Gated entry
Keywords: villa, sosua, apartment, dominican republic, beach, living, garden, whirlpool, house, buy
Latitude / Longitude: 19.750000 / -70.520000
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