An exceptional 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom traditional village house in excellent condition which has been beautifully and sympathetically renovated to a very high standard. Parts of the house are over 200 years old and many original features have been retained whilst the overall effect is that of a comfortable, stylish, modern home. This is a unique and highly desirable property and early viewing is recommended. Also included in the sales price is an urban plot of 336 mē approx. giving you the option to build another property for sale or as an investment to rent.
Many original features
Spacious living accommodation
Versatile outside terrace areas
Conveniently located near the Casa de la Cultura with good access and parking nearby
A 5 minute walk on level ground to the main square
The entrance to the property is into a lovely, light sitting room with white beamed ceiling and a small recessed cupboard with the original wooden doors.
From this room, one proceeds into a spacious hallway from which one of the bedrooms (2.76m x 1.88m), the bathroom and the kitchen can be accessed.
The large bathroom (2.7m x 3.1m) has a shower unit and plumbing for a washing machine. A door from the bathroom leads out into a charming courtyard area which has an outside sink.
The modern kitchen is fitted with attractive white, wood panelled cupboards, wooden worktops and a double butler sink. The kitchen is large enough to easily accommodate a table and chairs making a lovely informal dining area.
From the kitchen, there is access to a further good sized bedroom (2.57m x 2.91m)
On the first floor is the third bedroom (2.85m x 3.73m) which has a recessed alcove for storage. This alcove houses an original, now unused, staircase to the upper roof terrace. Across from the bedroom are the lounge and dining room which are linked by an archway. Both rooms have high ceilings which is unusual for a village house and this gives both rooms a superb feeling of spaciousness. The lounge also has a balcony which is accessed through patio doors.
From the dining room there is access to an outside terraced area (3.0m x 3.5m) with stairs up to the roof terraces.
The upper roof terrace (6.5m x 3.5m) is shaded by a splendid grapevine which was planted over 70 years ago. There are fabulous views of the village and the surrounding countryside from the roof terrace which would make a lovely area for sitting and enjoying the beautiful Spanish weather or for entertaining. There is also a shed to one side of the terrace which provides a useful storage area.
Steps down from the upper roof terrace lead to the lower roof terrace (3.5m x 3.0m) from which the lovely views can also be appreciated.