For sale 480.000 € - Other property
If you drive just north of Kélibia, you can find even nicer beach sections, which are often even deserted.
Drive to Fort de Kélibia ?? up, you will find one of the most beautiful cafes in Tunisia. The offer is not so extensive, but to sit alone and enjoy the view is worthwhile. The café is located on the hillside, at the top of the fortress, and was laid out on three levels. Under Boundoukbäumen many small tables are distributed, in the summer there is also live music there, which enhances the Tunisian flair.
If you drive the route to Hammamet (2 golf courses) you have to plan for about two hours, because you drive mostly rural roads and small towns and cities happens. Almost all the time, the road leads along the sea and you can experience constantly changing natural landscapes, such as olive groves, cactus avenues or poppy fields. It happens quite often that the road crosses flocks of sheep or a Tunisian is traveling with his donkey and wagon. These little congestion cause but hardly disturb.
The villa is located on the slopes above Kélibia in the 55 ha large protected area Kélibia la blanche ??, in which more wealthy buildings have also built magnificent. Only a few plots of land are still for sale here, although the best views are of course already taken. The roads to the properties are paved and have sidewalks.
By the way: the house is only about 500 meters walk to the finest sandy beach.
In order to have a larger garden, the seller bought two adjacent building plots. The plot size is about 1.276 m². From the beautifully landscaped garden you can enjoy unobstructed views of the sea and the fortress of Kélibia.
Description of the house:
The two-storey building, which was built on a massive scale in the years 2000-2001, was planned and built according to the ideas and taking German quality criteria into account. The building materials come from Tunisia, the high-quality equipment components mainly from Germany. Imported European technology - while honoring the traditional architectural style - distinguishes this house from others in the same location. Here are some equipment details:
- All floors of the villa are covered with light natural stone
- Large living room, shielded by a huge brick dome, with an open fireplace
- Spacious fitted kitchen open to a dining room
- air-conditioned bedrooms
- Intercom with screen on the first and second floors
- alarm system
- double-glazed windows
- central underfloor heating
- large roof terrace
- three brightly tiled bathrooms with ornamentation - some with tub and shower
- Solid stairs with precious wood steps to the upper floor
- and much more?? Convince yourself with an inside tour
large living room with exit to a large covered terrace, study or guest room, shower room, kitchen, dining room
Parent room with private bath with tub and shower, children's room, shower room, hallway, huge roof terrace
Kélibia is located on the easternmost tip of Tunisia, on the Cap Bon peninsula. When the weather is clear you can see the Italian island of Pantelleria, which is already part of Italy. The city with approx. 30.000 inhabitants, between Tunis (approx. 100 km) and Hammamet (approx. 60 km), was founded by the Phoenicians in the 4th century BC. Founded as a port base, destroyed by the Romans in the 3rd Punic War and later rebuilt. The port city stands out most because of the Byzantine fortress enthroned on a hill. From there you have a stunning view of the sea and the fertile peninsula. The city also has an important fishing port, one of the most important in the country. If you don't shy away from getting up early, you should go to the harbor at dawn when the boats return from night fishing - the harbor is then very busy. The city center is not that big, souvenir shops are hard to find. The picture here is very different from that in other tourist cities in Tunisia. The inhabitants are very friendly and warm and still have the old Tunisian quality of serenity.
There is no mass tourism in Kélibia. Nevertheless, there are beautiful hotels of international standards in beach locations (e.g. Hotel Club Kélibia **** and Hotel Palmarina ***). There are hardly any international restaurants. But that doesn't have to be a disadvantage - Tunisian cuisine offers something for every palate and there are restaurants from very cheap (from 3 euros for a warm meal, e.g. grilled turkey with salad and couscous) to 10 euros for fresh fish.
Even those who want to take a bath break, are not too short. Kélibia offers unique and uncrowded beaches. Although they are not miles long, as in other tourist areas, but very clean and uniquely beautiful. The water is very clear and has a very pleasant bathing temperature.
3,57% of the purchase price incl. VAT as buyer's commission, to be paid by the buyer, earned and due on the day of the notarial deed of the purchase contract, independent of the seller's commission.
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- Object No .: 12616
- property: Other property
- Location: Tunis
- Living space: 334 m²
- Space: 334 m²
- Land area: 1.276 m²
- Residential units: 1
- Total rooms: 5
- bedrooms: 3
- Bathroom: 3
- Year of construction: 2000
- Heating: Underfloor heating
- Number of garage spaces: 1
- Garage: Ja
- Number of outdoor parking spaces: 1
- Property is available from: rinse
- parking: Gas
- Type of equipment: luxuriös
- parking: Garage, free space
- Sale price: 480.000 €
- Courtage (VAT included): 3.57%