3 bed 1 bath apartment – Mijas Village – €165.000
A recently rennovated, cosy 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment with everything on the doorstep in the heart of the whitewashed andalucian village of Mijas.
This is an ideal starter property for a family with young children who want to enjoy integrating into local village life.
The popular local primary and junior school, CEIP San Sebastian, is a short stroll away and offers education for children from age 3 to 12 years. There is a nursery in the village for younger children and the secondary school bus picks up *** metres from the property.
And did I mention the fact that the local market, selling daiily fresh produce is on your doorstep?
72m2 built plus 13m2 terrace
first floor apartment
Property Description …
Living is easy in this recently rennovated apartment in the heart of Mijas Pueblo. The apartment overlooks a small village square and boasts easy access to all amenities offered in this beautifully picturesque village.
The floor plan encompasses three bedrooms and one bathroom with shower. The stylishly decorated living and dining room is connected to the compact, fully fitted kitchen with access to a small internal patio that can also be used as a storage area. All bedrooms have windows allowing natural light and ventilation.
The property has a security entry phone system, wifi and is double glazed.
Perfect for first time buyers, this home is ideally positioned for integration into Spanish village life. Truly Spanish village style living in Mijas Pueblo, Malaga, Andalucia.
About Mijas Village
Mijas Pueblo is an easy thirty-minute drive from Malaga airport (and that allows parking time!). Taxi transfers cost approximately 40€. There is a regular bus service, approximately every 30 minutes from Fuengirola and to other destinations. Download the bus timetable HERE
The overground train from Fuengirola offers a regular service along the coast to Malaga Capital, stopping at many places, including the airport, along the way. (More details here http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/cercanias/malaga/)
Although it is possible to survive with public transport from the village, it is preferable to have a car, especially if you are living in the surrounding areas.Read more …
Bureaucracy: The town hall, “ayuntamiento” in Mijas Pueblo can help you will Padron certificates, paying IBI and basura, paying car tax, applying for building permissions etc.
NIE and residency applications need to be made in Fuengirola (read more)
There are several banks and cash points in the village and also a post office.
Health: There is a small public health centre which operates from Monday to Friday. There are a couple of private medical centres and also private dental clinics.
Shopping: There are several small supermarkets, butchers, fruit and vegetable shop, a small indoor market and a bakery in the village. Larger supermarkets such as Aldi, Lidl, Carrefour and Mercadona are an easy 15 minutes drive from the village, home delivery is also available.
Education in Mijas
Nursery: Located in the main village square, Plaza Virgen de la Peña, Mijas Pueblo has a state-run nursery (guardería) for babies aged 4 months to children age 6 (when compulsory education begins).
Primary and Junior Education: CEIP San Sebastian in Mijas Pueblo. The state-run school offers classes for children from age 3 to 12 years old. The school day runs from 9 am to 2 pm with early morning club, canteen and after school activities available as optional extras.
Secondary Education: IES Villa de Mijas offers secondary agent for ages 12 to 16. This centre is notably smaller than the other secondary schools along the coast. However, it does not offer the final two years of obligatory education, the “bachillerato”.
There are no International Schools nor British Curriculum Schools in Mijas Pueblos. If you are looking for this then you need to factor in a short journey to school each morning.Read more …
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