Property For Sale Arpora,India

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2 bed Property for sale

Stunning 2 Bed Apartment For Sale in Arpora Goa

$145,014 | £104,313 | €120,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 2Baths 2Beds
Stunning 2 Bed Apartment For Sale in Arpora Goa India

Esales Property ID: es5553310

Property Location

Ghorbat Vaddo,

Property Details

With its s beautiful scenery, historic sites and laid-back atmosphere, Goa continues to be one of the most desirable places across the world to be. On offer here is a chance to invest into this mesmerising part of the world with this apartment.

The apartment was built about 2004/ 2005. It is a residential building complex consisting of 12 apartments, mostly owned by local business people. The apartment is on the first floor but also has it`s own off road parking space on the ground floor.

There are 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 kitchen, and 1 living room. The 2 bedrooms and living room all have there own balconies. The apartment will come fully furnished with 1 double bed, 2 single beds, bed side cabinets, built in wardrobes in both bedrooms, sofa & arm chairs, living room table & 4 chairs, fridge freezer and washing machine.

You are only a 5 min walk from 6/7 restaurants and bars. The main beaches of Baga / Calangute are only about a mile away. Other beaches and attractions are within 10/20 minutes away. Arpora is great to relax as it still has a village feel and local markets, but has enough entertainment in the evening to enjoy yourself.

A kaleidoscopic blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures, sweetened with sun, sea, sand, seafood, susegad and spirituality, Goa is India’s pocket-sized paradise.

Goa’s biggest draw is undoubtedly its virtually uninterrupted string of golden-sand beaches. This coastline stretches along the Arabian Sea from the tip to the toe of the state, and each beach community has developed its own personality and reputation since the hippie days of the ’60s. They cater to every tropical whim: choose from backpacker Arambol or bolder, brasher Baga; the palm-fringed sands of Palolem, hippie market bliss at Anjuna or lovely, laid-back Mandrem; expansive groomed sands in front of fancy five-star resorts or hidden crescent coves, where the only footprints will be the scuttling crabs’ and your own.

Want to top up your Zen as well as your tan? Welcome to winter in Goa where yoga is king and the crop of spiritual activities grows more bountiful each year: sunrise yoga sessions on the beach, reiki healing courses, meditation, and just about every other form of spiritual exploration, are all practised freely. Many travelers come here for a serious yoga experience and you’ll find everything from drop-in classes to teaching training courses and spiritual retreats.

Food is enjoyed fully in Goa, as it is throughout India. The scents, spices and flavours of Goa’s cuisine will surprise and tantalise even seasoned travelers: whether it’s a classic fish curry rice, a morning bhali-pau (bread roll dipped in curry), a piquant vindalho, with its infusions of wine vinegar and garlic, or a spicy xacuti sauce, the Indo-Portuguese influence is a treat for the taste buds. While you’re here, visit a back-country spice farm to learn why the Portuguese colonizers were so keen to invade about Goa.


Arpora is a leafy inland district known for its seasonal Saturday Night Market, held in fall and winter. The sprawling, illuminated outdoor bazaar has quirky stalls selling colorful clothing, spices, and crafts from across India, as well as bars and street food stalls clustered around a live music stage. Close to lively Anjuna and Baga beaches, the area is dotted with relaxed hotels and secluded resorts.

Goa’s most famous secret
Tucked into the hills behind the popular resorts of Baga and Calangute, Arpora is North Goa’s most famous secret. It dishes up a taste of the real India – you’ll still see rickshaws trundling along the leafy village streets and chickens clucking around people’s courtyards. And against a backdrop of paddy fields and palm groves are a scattering of plush hotels and restaurants.

Beach royalty
Calangute Beach, known as the Queen of Beaches, is a busy stretch of golden sand around 20 minutes’ walk from Arpora. There’s a real buzz about this place. It’s just as popular with Indian visitors as it is with Western holidaymakers, thanks to gently shelving water, a parade of beach huts, and a great portfolio of watersports. To the north, it blends seamlessly into Baga Beach, where the backpacking set hangs out. Here, you’ll find handicrafts, henna tattoos and Indian head massages up for grabs.

The river
Quite a contrast is the sleepy Baga Creek that threads through Arpora. Along its banks you’ll find a collection of fine restaurants serving up Goan dishes as well as international cuisine. And just north of the river is the Arpora night market that swings open its doors every Saturday. Here, you’ll find row upon row of trestle tables bowing under the weight of must-have Indian handicrafts, plus sizzling street food stands, live Indian classical music, and a late-night bar.

Close to Baga
A 15-minute walk away is Baga, one of the original Sixties hippie hangouts and still one of Goa’s most popular destinations. It’s famous for its nightlife – if you go anywhere, make sure it’s Tito’s, one of India’s best-known nightspots. Visit during the day and you’ll also discover some magnificent buildings, like St Alex’s Church and the Shri Shantadurga Temple.


Formentera del Segura enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, very hot in summer and protected by surrounding mountains against the cold North winds in winter. The area averages nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and the average temperature easily exceeds 20 degrees.

In 1986 the World Health Organisation recommended the climate of the area as one of the most equitable in the world – neither too hot in the summer nor too cold in the winter. On average it can boast 325 sunny days each year making it an ideal all year-round destination.


• 90m2 living space
• 2 Bedrooms
• 2 Bathrooms
• Massive potential in the rental market
• Stunning views
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of Goa
• Many excellent sports facilities, fishing, walking and cycling areas nearby

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