One Bedroom, Renovated Bungalow, 350m From The Beach With Communal Pool.We are pleased to bring to market this beautifully renovated bungalow just a stone's throw away from the golden sandy beaches of the Mar Menor.The bungalow is located in the desirable seaside urbanisation of Estrella Del Mar, walking distance to a number of bars and restaurants, a seaside community pool with a poolside cafe/restaurant with children's play area and sports facilities! There is also the newly build Nielsen group hotel "La Perla Del Levante" beach club which offersRestaurant open every evening for flexible diningRooftop bar & beach bar3 treatment roomsChildren's play area & pool50m pool & freeform poolDinghy sailing & windsurfingKayakingStand up paddleboarding4 tennis courtsFitness classes & gymThis property has had its interior fully renovated and tastefully decorated to suit modern tastes, with an expansive, bright, open plan living area which incorporates the newly fitted American kitchen with a breakfast bar, perfect for entertaining guests. From here you can access the large double bedroom with an en-suite walk-in shower room. at the front of the property, you have a glazed terrace which can open up fully in the summer months to let in the cool sea breeze or close up during the winter and extend your interior space.The property has also had plans for an extension onto a second-floor approved by the local council, which can be completed at a cost of 17,000€ to double your living space and includes a terrace!Area InformationThe town of Los Urrutias is on the western shore of the Mar Menor, a few kilometres south of Los Alcázares and the airport of San Javier and approximately 20 minutes' drive from the city of Cartagena. It is easily accessed from the AP-7 motorwayLos Urrutias lies close to the north-eastern corner of the large municipality of Cartagena, not far from the boundary with Los Alcázares on the shore of the Mar Menor, and is one of the many popular beach resorts on the inland shore of Europe's largest saltwater lagoon.As is the case with most of the towns on this coastline, the atmosphere still retains a certain element of its slightly old-world charm, reflecting the fact that the popularity of Los Urrutias first grew in the nineteenth century, when residents from the Campo de Cartagena came here for their summer breaks. In the mid-20th century news of the Mar Menor spread not only to the city of Murcia but also to Madrid, and this led to further growth in Los Urrutias and all along the coast of the inland sea.The main attraction of Los Urrutias is still the long sandy beach, with the warm water of the Mar Menor ensuring that it is possible to swim in the sea practically all year round. There are hardly any waves in the lagoon, and the normally strong prevailing breeze makes the area ideal for those practising or learning many water sports: the Marina of Los Urrutias is one of nine in the Mar Menor.