It would be hard to find anything negative to say about this lovely, well maintained property nestled on rolling hillsides near the traditional Andalusian town of Alora and with the most stunning panoramic views. The location is in an area famous for its amazing rock formations and caves and is of considerable historic interest.This attractively reformed villa sits in 51,000sqm of fertile land, planted to olives, almonds and cereal crops and cared for by neighbouring farmers.
The house and terraces extend to 177 sqm and the immediate area is fenced, gated and prettily landscaped with mature trees and shrubs and a fabulously preserved 'era' (threshing circle). The house itself occupies 128sqm, with three double bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en-suite), a very large, well fitted kitchen with an archway through to the living room, with wood burner and patio doors to the extensive covered terraces. The house is in ready to move in condition. The bedroom and bathroom areas benefit from underfloor heating and there is aircon/ heathing in all the main rooms.
Outside, the property has terraces on three sides to take full advantage of the Andalusian weather and a swimming pool area with plenty of space for sunbathing, plus a roof terrace to take full advantage of the amazing views in this wonderful area. There is also a carport and a storage shed.
Mains water and electricity are connected, as is WiFi and solar panels provide hot water during the summer months. The access is via tarmac road and then onto a good country track of approx 600m.
A really lovely home or holiday home which already has its tourist licences should you wish to let.
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