This second floor apartment is located in the heart of the Albaicin, with easy access to all the Historic City of Granada has to offer. The beautiful Alhambra Palace and many more historic monuments to visit. The apartment is accessed via a communal entrance shared with two other apartments, the entrance hall is very traditional with old style wall tiles, stairs and iron handrails. The entrance door to the apartment leads into a large room which has the kitchen and dining area. It could be used as a sitting room also, making the apartment two bedroom. The two bedrooms have french doors opening out to the street where one can can feel a real connection with the area with its hustle and bustle. There is a fully fitted bathroom with bath and shower over, plumbing for a washing machine. There is also access to a small shared terrace with the other two apartments, with glimpses of thew Alhambra and over the roof tops of the city. The property has been renovated to a good standard, doors and windows in the traditional style of the Albaicin, new electrics and plumbing throughout. Ready to move into.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Internet available from local suppliers.
The area that later became the Albayzín was first populated by the Iberians, the original inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula, with dispersed Roman settlements later appearing nearby. Nothing is known of its history before the arrival of the Muslim Berbers, so it is assumed that the city was abandoned after the fall of the Roman Empire until the founding of the Zirid Kingdom in 1013, when its defensive walls were built. According to some linguists it owes its present name to the inhabitants of the city of Baeza, called "Beatia" by the Romans, who were banished after the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa and settled here outside the walls. Other linguists assert that the name derives from the Arabic al-bayyāzīn (pronounced al-bayyīzīn with the imala vowel-shift), meaning "suburb of falconers". However, the fact that in Andalusia there are many other neighborhoods with that name, including those in Sanlucar de Barrameda, Alhama de Granada, Salobreña, and Antequera, among others, casts doubt on this thesis. A more likely hypothesis is that the name of Albaicín derives from Arabic البائسين (al-bāʾisīn, 'the miserable' [plural]).
Fully Fitted Kitchen
Close To All Amenities
Close To Village
Ready To Move Into
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed nor do they form part of any contract.The price quoted excludes purchasing costs which are agency commission, notary and registry fees and transfer tax (stamp duty). In total these constitute approximately 12% on top of the price. Please allow for this when considering whether a property falls within your budget. Junta de Andalucía, Decreto 218/2005, actualizada a 2 de mayo de 2006.La agencia tiene disponible al consumidor un Documento Informativo Abreviado para esta propiedad.El precio excluye la comisión de la agencia, los honorarios de Notaría y Registro y el I.T.P.
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