|Built: 375 m² ||Bedrooms: 10 ||Electricity: Close by |
|Terrace: 200 m² ||Bathrooms: 1 ||Water: Yes |
|Land: 4,000 m² ||Pool: No ||Phone: No |
Such an unusual property that has just come on to the market. These types of buildings have become rare and far between. It is a fairly big project to undertake and apart from the purchase it will need a considerable amount of money to restore this old, historical cortijo to its old luster. So you need not to be afraid to undertake a large renovation and have the necessary funds, otherwise this is not the right property for you.
But if you do, then this would make a lovely small, exclusive country hotel, for example. We have estimated a total of 10 bedrooms, considering the inevitable renovation of the property, but don't be surprised if you manage to squeeze in a total of 15 bedrooms. The house sits on approximately 4,000 square metres of level land, which can all be used for whatever purpose you have in mind. Did anybody say horses?
The property still has many classic Andalusian elements, such as the patio paved with the original cobble stones. Back in the old days, this farm house had its own olive mill, which could easily be turned into guest accommodation. All in all there is a lot of work to be done, but the end result will be an extraordinary property and a sound investment.
The white mountain village of Colmenar is just a few minutes away, and the drive to the motorway is quick and easy. From here, you can drive to the coast, the city of Malaga and the airport in about half an hour, or to Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada in an hour and a half. From Malaga, the high-speed train will take you to Madrid in two and a half hours, for a visit to the Prado museum, or to indulge in a shopping spree.