Whereas presently in El Gouna villas are built in rows of almost identical standard plans, this villa built in 1997 is a one-off design with an appealing and functional layout. The big advantage of these older Nubian villas is that they are more spacious than the newer versions with bigger bedrooms and living areas.
Located on a private cul-de-sac with gated entrance and no through-road, away from traffic and noise, yet within walking distance from downtown and the shops, this villa is tucked away in a mature green oasis of palm trees, eucalyptus, casuarinas and flowering trees and shrubs. It has direct access to the beach and the lagoon.
The net liveable space amounts to almost 200sq metres composed of a living room with fireplace and access to the terrace and the beach, a kitchen, entrance hall and corridor, a master bedroom with bathroom ensuite and another three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The kitchen has recently been completely refurbished with designer cabinets, stainless steel worktops and splashboards. Appliances include a wide body fridge with freezer compartment, a dishwasher, a hot air oven and ceramic hob under an extraction hood.
The three bathrooms are each equipped with a shower stall, washbasin (two marble ones) WC and electric water heater,
All the bedrooms and the living room are air-conditioned.
A stair from the rear terrace gives access to the 65 sq metre roof terrace with beautiful views of the lagoon and the surroundings.