Magnificent apartment of 235 m2 built in private urbanization (only 10 neighbors).
The house has a large entrance hall, living room on 2 levels, 2 large offices or rooms, with marble floors.
+ 4 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, parket in hall and bedrooms. 2 full bathrooms and 1 toilet and large kitchen, with separate laundry.
Centralized air conditioning, with independent regulation. All the lighting in Leds, All the walls of the house are in perlite. The windows are double glazed and swing tilt opening and the blinds are aluminum and automatic opening and closing.
+ 2 assigned parking spaces under the building + 2 covered parking spaces, 1 assigned and 1 unassigned.
8,800 m2 of green area, gardens, barbecue, swimming pool (new 1 year)
Community: € 250 Including garden maintenance, cleaning, pool maintenance and cleaning of common areas.
The Santa Clara neighborhood in Seville is located in what were once the outskirts of the city, in the eastern part of the Andalusian capital.
It began as an American colony, residence of military, ex-military and personnel of nearby North American bases, especially Morón. With the progressive dismantling of the base the Americans were leaving, leaving a typical construction of American residential neighborhood of villas.
Kansas City Avenue, SE-30 and San Pablo Polygon delimit it. It belonged to the Nervión-San Pablo district Until 2006 it became the San Pablo-Santa Justa district and its zip code is 41007. In addition to the villas there are some closed housing developments of apartment blocks such as Campo-Ciudad Santa Clara, El Algarve, Garden 27, Garden 29, Habitat 71 or New Continent.
The origin of the name of this neighborhood comes from a lady (great-grandmother of Victoria Vargas- Zuñiga Fernandez de Bobadilla) who lived in Cuba who lived in a region called Santa Clara, hence her name in Seville. There is a street in the neighborhood in the name of the godfather of the mother of Victoria Vargas (Enrique Fernández de Bobadilla in the Plaza de Santa Clara).
Santa Clara is one of the quietest neighborhoods in Seville and is known for its particular layout of streets and chalets, which currently has more than 8,000 inhabitants, and also recognized for its numerous trees.
In the north zone there is still a plate where you can read GARDEN CITY and the speed limit expressed in miles per hour. Also, there are still vestiges of the American presence in the architecture of their villas and in some planes at the entrance of the neighborhood where you can see, in addition to its old revolver form, the areas that occupied the baseball fields, now parks.