Private Villa Pool Garden Large Terrace BBQ WIFI Cable TV Near Beach Restaurants
Our beautiful home is set in an exclusive part of Javea (Xabia) in a quiet setting in the Trencall pine forest area, but close enough to drive to the beautiful Xabia town, port and beaches.
Villa Trencall is tranquil and secluded with a tropical feel and a lovely breeze in the summer months and the trees and grass surrounding the house give us ample shade to keep it cool. Lovely to lay by the pool at night, with the pool lights on and stare at the stars. Great to sit by the bar enjoying a freshly made margherita, and all you can hear is the crickets.
The house has Wi-Fi, free local telephone and is very comfortably furnished, with a cream leather suite in the lounge, and Tosca stone archways, wooden beam ceilings, and a log burning fire for the winter lets giving a cosy feeling to the whole house. The double aspect windows have mosquito blinds which allows you open the windows at night to feel the breeze coming though the house.
Cable TV is in the living room and a separate one in the dining room so you can watch different programmes.
The fully fitted kitchen has a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier. It is separated from the dining room by a Tosca stone arch. The dining room has a table and chairs for 6 people, and high chair if needed. and a bespoke welsh dresser with lighting and a natural stone wall as a feature. Both the kitchen and dining room have ceiling fans. French windows from the dining room lead out onto the terrace and BBQ area, which is perfect for breakfast as it catches the morning sun.
The master bedroom is double aspect so very light and airy, and quite a self-contained area. There is a ceiling fan, mosquito blinds on the windows and large French doors, which open onto the front garden. There is a small wide screen TV with its own cable digibox separate from the rest of the house. There is a travel cot if needed.Leading off the bedroom is a dressing area with fitted wardrobe and an en suite bathroom with shower and separate bath.
The two other bedrooms each have 2 single beds, windows opening onto the front garden, fitted wardrobes, ceiling fans and mosquito blinds.
The bedrooms face each other and share a family bathroom with a corner bath, toilet and shower.
Outside there is an open air “Naya” ideal for “Al Fresco” dining, overlooking the floodlit pool, gardens and poolside bar with colonial ceiling fan, sink, mini fridge and built in seating. This is an ideal area to sit in the shade and relax with a cool drink. The well-established private garden has a pergola-covered terrace with wisteria, bougainvillea, and plumbago trailing over. There are a variety of Mediterranean plants such as hibiscus, palm trees, mimosa, oleander, jasmine, datura, fig, orange and lemon trees.
The floodlit pool is 10x5 metres with mosaic-tiled steps leading down to the shallow end and metal steps at the deep end. It faces southwest and is bathed in sun throughout the day. The BBQ area, with a pergola covered with perfumed flowers, has lighting for dining after dark. It is also perfect for breakfast as it catches the morning sun. The bar with its subtle lighting, fridge and a colonial ceiling fan makes it an ideal place to have a cool cocktail before you go out for the evening. Or just stay at home and just enjoy sitting there overlooking the pool.
Javea has been described as the jewel of the Costa Blanca. It is midway, and an hour away from the international airports of Alicante and Valencia. Javea has a picturesque town up on a hill, which is the original medieval settlement. It features a fortified church, a stone built indoor market and narrow streets with typically Spanish houses. Above, there rises the impressive Sierra of Montgo. It shelters Javea from any winter winds. The World Health Organisation describes it as having one of the “healthiest climates in Europe”. Down in the port area, there is an interesting modern church, a luxurious marina and a splendid working fishing harbour which attracts both visitors and residents when the fishing boats are landing their catches. There is a small pebble beach directly in front of some interesting bars and restaurants. The main beach lies a short way to the south of the port and is most attractive, with a wide stretch of golden sand.
There are plenty of bars and restaurants running the length of the bay and families can be assured that they will cater for all tastes and pockets. In addition, for those with nightlife in mind and for those with teenagers there are several discos open in the summer months. Javea is not a high-rise resort and only has a sprinkling of hotels. There are also excellent facilities for sport: golf, tennis, go-karting, windsurfing, scuba diving, jet skiing and horse riding. Javea has two Fiestas each year- the first in June in Javea Town and the second in September in the port. Both include colourful processions, dancing, bull running and firework displays. Local industries produce goods, which can be purchased such as basketwork, ceramics of all kinds, furniture and wine. Within a short drive from Javea there are many delightful villages worth visiting as well as the larger resorts where you can enjoy the theme parks of Terra Mittica, Aqualandia, and safari parks of Vergel and Aitana.