|Built: 160 m² ||Bedrooms: 3 ||Electricity: Yes |
|Terrace: 100 m² ||Bathrooms: 2 ||Water: Yes |
|Land: 9,000 m² ||Pool: No ||Phone: Yes |
On the edge of a little hamlet, at an extraordinary location, stands this finca with an interesting history. The house was once used as a church, and before that it used to be a school. Recentrly, the finca was restored to its original splendour. With eye for traditional detail, of course, but without losing sight of today's requirements. Therefor, the kitchen is well-equipped, the bathrooms are spacious and efficient, and a second living room was added to the property.
From the parking space to house is a little path that passes a watering place for sheep or goats. The cool water runs straight from the mountains and tastes wonderful. The land is fenced in and has been levelled. That would make creating a little campsite or renting out a caravan or log-house a possibility to consider. Also, the finca disposes of a separate guest accommodation for two, so you could start earning a rental income right away, if desired.
The house sits in the middle of the literally untouched nature reserve of the Sierra de la Sagra, where the mediterranean climate, the altitud and the geographic location have worked together to create an exceptional and breathtakingly beautiful landscape. The drive through this stunning reserve takes you by turns through broad-leaved and pine forest, desert drought, along fertile fields and a reservoir with sand beach. One moment you'll think you're in the province of Cádiz with its soft sloping vistas into infinity, the next that you're in the province of Málaga with its pine covered mountain ridges. That is Granada for you.
There is an interesting world waiting for you here, with a natural scenery yet to be discovered by many. Ideal as a second home or as a rental holiday home for others to enjoy. You won't find the hustle and bustle of the coast here, but seekers of peace and quiet will discover it is at their beck and call.