10,000 square metres
Sports complex with bar and catering facilities
A fantastic opportunity to purchase a FREEHOLD COMMERCIAL Property in a thriving golf urbanisation.
The resort comprises a fully fitted bar, kitchen, function room, courtyard and large front patio, as well as 6 paddle tennis courts, 2 tennis courts and a football pitch. There is also a gym, 2 office spaces and storage facility. All of which are currently let out and generating an excellent 6.6% ROI. After statutory expenses, pre tax profit. A total of 58,000 euros per annum.
Recently permission has been granted for a miniature golf course to be built, adding to the already extensive offerings of the property.
The urbanisation itself comprises of 3400 properties with a good mix of apartments and villas with playparks, well maintained gardens and plenty of pool areas to service all the apartments along with a supermarket, salon, estate agents, offices, golf club house and a variety of other businesses. There is a mixture of all year round residents and holiday makers making it a very popular destination and year round resort.
It is also home to the fabulous Jack Nicklaus 18 hole signature golf course. The urbanisation is currently benefitting from continued development with additional apartments being built due to significant demand.
The location has excellent transport links, with Alicante airport being 1 hour and 15 minutes away, and Corvera airport a mere 20 minutes. The beautiful beaches of Mazarron are just 30 minutes away with fantastic roads and bus services.
Walking and cycling enthusiasts can enjoy the trails within the Sierra Espunas that can be accessed through the very pretty town of Alhama just a 15 minutes drive from the property.
This is an exciting opportunity to purchase the only FREEHOLD COMMERCIAL property left on the urbanisation. Viewing is highly recommended, strictly by appointment only.
Genuine retirement sale
About Alhama de Murcia
Alhama lies in the Valley of the river Guadalentín at the foot of the Espuña and La Muela ranges. Defence towers, ruined town walls, renaissance-style palaces, and mansions of the former nobility are all part of the legacy of the valleys varied history. To the Romans and Moors this town meant the thermal springs flowing off the mountain. This is, in fact, what gives the town its name, Al-hama, meaning hot springs in Arabic. There are also the ruins of the older Roman baths that demonstrate the great age of the utilisation of the springs in the area. It was the Roman baths established in the 1st century AD that were further developed and used into the Islamic period. On the rocky outcrop overlooking the town stands a 12th-century Arab castle around which the town eventually grew. A walk through the town reveals a surprisingly rich range of colours used in the façades of the houses; red, ochres, violets and blues all add to the pleasantness of a stroll through the town. Walking and cycling enthusiasts will find the gateway to Sierra Espuña in Alhama. In addition to hill walking and climbing, the park offers other points of interest such as the 16th- and 17th -century snow cellars.