Living in a residential

Company | 9 May 2013

What are the advantages and disadvantages of living in a residential?

 

In Spanish Mediterranean coast it’s very common to live in a gated residential with a big swimming pool and green areas. There are many advantages of living in this type of accommodation like the security, private parking, atmosphere, peace and quiet. Children can go out to play alone in their garden or they can have friends in similar age.

 

 

Living in a residential in Spain. Albamar

 

 

 People love to live in a residential because they can have friends from all over the world. They feel safe in a gated residential, with an access code and sometimes a security guard 24 hours a day.    

 

Normally, there are different kinds of houses in the same residential: apartments, duplex and villas.

 

It’s really interesting to see the evolution of a residential, for example, how the people start to live there for all the year. In few years the residential has a different look. Great group of neighbours, a lot of life and energy from the children playing on it make this place special.

 

Puerto Marina is a perfect example of a lovely residential in Los Alcázares.

 

 

Living in a residential. Puerto Marina

 

 

Euromarina is building a modern residential in La Zenia now. It will be the most luxurious and fully equipped residential in the area. Gated residential with an excellent localization - first houses of La Zenia Beach are already sold.

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