For sale in Gibara a beachfront property located at the entrance of Gibara beach. The land has a size of 386m2 with a construction of 122m2 and is located within the bay of Gibara and, therefore, out of reach of the harassment of the sea caused by bad weather since the waters in the bay even under these circumstances remain calm. The title deed is up to date and was issued in 2017.
The house is independent without being connected to any neighboring house. The plot is 22 meters long on the front with a spectacular view of the Bay and direct access to the beach with only crossing the street. It also has a separate entrance from the back of the house on the right side of it.
Due to the fact that the house has not yet been remodeled after the unification of the 2 old properties, it consists of 4 bedrooms, 2 kitchens, 2 living rooms, 2 dining rooms and 2 bathrooms in addition to having a spacious patio from the which you can also enjoy the beautiful view of the bay and the beach of Gibara.
The location of the plot is very suitable to operate a restaurant or a small hotel and at the same time be able to live in it by building additional rooms in the courtyard located at the rear of the house of 13.5 x 8 meters. The property allows direct access to the beach and overlooks the bay. The plot is located a short distance from the city center of Gibara. The land is located 200m away from the 4-star hotel “Hotel Bahía del Almirante” in addition to plans to build a new hotel on the corner located directly next to the property.
A construction design proposal has been submitted to the government for a multifunctional building to be used as a home or restaurant. The design is made on the basis of concrete columns, exterior stairs and the option of a flat roof to allow the construction of a terrace on the second floor.
The city of Gibara, located about 33 kilometers from the city of Holguín, includes impressive places such as the charming fishing village of the same name and better known as La Villa Blanca, due to its old defensive walls that protected them in colonial times, and that it still has some remains. Although the origin of the name Gibara is not very clear, one of the fundamental hypotheses is that it derives from Jibá, an indigenous word that gives its name to a type of tree that is very common in the area; Others think that it comes from Jíbaro, of indigenous origin and that it means rustic and indomitable. It is believed that in 1492 Gibara was the landing port of Christopher Columbus in the Greater Antilles. Due to the architectural complex of Holguín and the Old Town of the city, it was declared a National Monument in 2004 by the National Monuments Committee.