This beautiful 5 bedroom villa is situated in the Fanabe area in the South of Tenerife. On entering the villa you will come into the hall way which leads off to a Large lounge area with 2 double sofas and armchair, flatscreen Television, DVD player and satellite TV with BBC1, BBC2, ITV, Channel 4 and some Sky channels. The villa is fully air conditioned throughout. The kitchen is fully fitted with large american fridge, cooker, hob, microwave oven, toaster, kettle etc. Under the villa you will find a private garage and utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. Four of the five bedrooms have double beds and ample wardrobe space and one is a twin. The Master has an ensuite bathroom and there is also a family bathroom upstairs. Outside there is a large patio and grassed area with private heated swimming pool, this fantastic brand new property is being offered at a reduced rate due to building works continuing on other new builds in the area.
Fanabe is a quiet resort with a long white sandy beach in the Playa de las Americas region of Tenerife . It is fast emerging as one of the top, up and coming areas on the island and gaining a reputation for quality hospitality. It's a wonderful place to spend quality time with friends or just relax in the sun and soak up the atmosphere. There are a large selection of shops, bars and restaurants which are in the main of a more exclusive nature, but several catering for the average tourist's needs.
Just 5 kilometers from Playa de las Americas, Golf Costa Adeje was created with the ambition of becoming the most important leisure development in the Canary Islands. This excellent 27 holes of course opened in 1998 and has rapidly become one the most popular courses in Tenerife. Designed by the internationally renowned architect Pepe Gancedo the layout is characteristic of his drawing board, "hand-built" he says, adapting itself to the natural terrain and the restored stone walls from former agricultural terracing. The views from the course take in the island of La Gomera, the mountain range of Adeje, Playa de la Americas and the sea. The greens are generally large and there are a number of doglegs. The round begins with a long par five (510m) and bunkers wait to catch stray balls off the tee. The 2nd is short with a ravine to the right and a green formed on two levels makes it more difficult when the flag is placed at the back. The fourth follows a gentle slope downhill towards the sea and is crossed a regular intervals by the step-like stone walls of the former banana plantation. There are two greens, one directly in front with the sea beyond and the other closer to the tee on the right. To get from the main course to the driving range and the golf school, there is an elevator to take players and even buggies down through the natural rock. The 14th is an uphill par three and it is necessary to attack the green which is protected by a deep bunker in front, and the 18th is a spectacular finishing hole, also a par 5, where the downhill aspect makes the green more accessible in two, although those wanting to be sure to avoid the trouble generally settle for three strokes.