Brits can buy incredible property in Spain

Buy property Spain: Brits can buy incredible property in Spain’s most popular area for average cost of UK home

A building company has shared how retirees thinking about a change of scenery could get a luxury apartment in one of Spain’s most beautiful locations.

When retiring, many UK residents decide to set off and spend their newly-found free time in another, warmer climate.

Whilst many are happy to downsize, often going from a full-sized house to a smaller flat, a new study by the home builder Taylor Wimpey Espana has shared that expats can get a beautiful place for the price of an average house in the UK.

The Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey Espana noted that moving to a Spanish villa can help retirees experience everything the country has to offer.

He said: “Spain’s affordability is the icing on the cake. Not only does it provide an outstanding climate, superb gastronomy, a wealth of leisure facilities and so much more, those who come here from the UK can enjoy the best of the Spanish lifestyle for less than they would pay back home.

“Add to that the impressive real estate offering in popular areas such as Alicante and Malaga and there’s a compelling case for UK property buyers to consider purchasing a home in Spain.”

According to the study, the typical cost of a house in the UK during December 2023 was £285,000, which is enough to buy a new apartment in Denia, Alicante.

Located just 100 metres away from Bella Beach, each flat has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with an open-plan kitchen and living room to maximise the amount of space available.

In addition, the apartment features a shared garden area and swimming pool, giving Britons the opportunity to spend even more time in the Spanish sun.

If you are looking to buy a property in Spain, contact Taylor Wimpey Spain.

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