Sensible offers considered! - Attractive well established villa with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms situated in a peaceful rural location close to the village of Sedella. This delightful property has well laid out open plan living accommodation, covered terrace, plenty of outside space including terraces, secluded pool area with sun terrace and gardens and stunning sea, mountain and countryside views.
Situation and Outside space
Located close to the village of Sedella, access to this property is via 1.7 km unmade road which leads directly to the concrete driveway and concrete parking area.
The villa is situated in a wonderful tranquil location with breathtaking far reaching views which take in the beautiful surrounding countryside, the majestic mountains and the Mediterranean Sea.
From the parking area, an archway gives access to a large terrace at the front of the villa. Adjacent to this terrace is a lovely garden area planted with lots of colourful flowers and shrubs. A number of olive and almond trees can be found elsewhere on the land.
Directly outside the main entrance to the villa is a fabulous enclosed, covered terrace (4.0m x 3.7m) with a built-in cocktail bar – a really great entertaining space.
A walled terrace (8.0m x 6.0m) to one side the side of the villa is accessible from the kitchen and is the perfect place for convivial evenings during the long hot summer months.
To the side of the front terrace there is a tiled pathway with a wooden pergola through which there is access to tiled steps which lead to the pool area.
The completely private pool area is tiled and walled all round with a raised sun terrace at one end.
The main entrance to the villa is from the covered terrace and into the hallway (10.0m x 0.9m).
At one end of the hallway is an archway which leads into the superb fully fitted well equipped kitchen which has a central island unit and a door leading out to the walled side terrace.
An archway divides the kitchen from the good sized dining area which has a door leading out to the covered terrace.
A brick archway separates the dining area from the living area where there is a log burning stove.
From the hallway there is access to the remaining accommodation: