Reference: 280 - Authentic cortijo in the Montes de Malaga in need of modernising
||264,950 euro (£/$) - Sold
This cortijo is over 200 years old and well worth to be renovated. Although a handy do-it-yourselfer can do a lot here, it would be a larger project to restore this Andalusian farm house to its full glory. While preserving as many authentical details, of course, you would also have to add the necessary luxury we take so much for granted these days. The house has a simple kitchen and a good bathroom, so you can live in it right away.
There is plenty of space and the many rooms of this property have a lot of character and offer countless possibilities. You could easily run a Bed & Breakfast here, for example, with enough space for yourself. Or you could divide the building into two guest apartements to let and a large private residence for you to live in. There is a separate barn, detached from the house, which could be converted into a guest house. Or you keep all those square metres just for yourself, of course, so you have plenty of space to live in.
This property lies somewhat hidden in the Montes de Malaga. The natural park is basically just around the corner. You can enjoy gorgeous views and a very pleasant microclimate here. You could easily grow your own oranges en lemons, or grapes, of figs. The house is easy to drive to and is located at about 10 minutes driving distance from the village of Comares. The city of Malaga, the international airport and the quieter beaches along the coast will take a 40 minutes drive.
* All amounts shown in s are approximate values based on the actual prices in euros.
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