Large wonderfully restored traditional village house (119m²) originally an olive mill with 2/3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom together with a separate self-contained guest house (68m²) comprising living area/bedroom, kitchenette, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. This really appealing property is to be sold furnished and it has lots of original features, plenty of outside space including courtyard, walled terrace, garden and 2 roof terraces with superb mountain and countryside views.
The main entrance to the house is from the street and into the good sized living area which has a pellet burning stove.
In the living area there are two attractive Moorish archways which lead into the dining area and the hallway respectively.
Although used by the current owners as a dining area, this room could equally well be utilised as a further bedroom if desired.
The fully fitted kitchen is adjacent to the living area.
From the hallway (6.4m x 1.2m) there is access into:
At the end of the hallway there is a useful lobby area (2.4m x 1.8m) with plumbing for a washing machine and a flat panel radiator.
From here a door allows access outside to the courtyard area (5.2m x 3.2m) where there is a fabulous old olive press and access to a further room (3.3m x 3.0m) which could be used as a utility/storage room or converted into an office, study, hobby room or an additional bedroom.
From the courtyard there is a step up to a delightful walled terrace/seating area (6.5m x 3.3m) and from here, there is access to the adjoining garden area (14.52m²).
From the courtyard a metal staircase leads up to the huge roof terrace (14.0m x 9.0m) from which there are lovely views across the village to the mountains and countryside beyond.
This property benefits from a lot of outside space which is unusual for a house in the centre of a village.
Also from the courtyard, stairs lead up to the separate guest house. Double wooden doors give access straight into the kitchenette (1.7m x 1.6m). A shower room (2.4m x 1.7m) with large walk-in shower is adjacent to the kitchenette.
Through an archway there is access into the living area (4.3m x 3.1m) which has a pellet burning stove and a door opening out onto the walled terrace.
From the living area, stairs lead up to the first floor and a father room and a large double bedroom (5.7m x 4.0m).
More stairs lead up to the roof terrace (4.5m x 3.5m) which is edged with attractive slip brick pillars and metal railings. Here is situated a solar hot water system. From the roof terrace there are spectacular views down to the river and of the surrounding mountains and countryside.
With its own entrance from the street, a tiled passageway (16.91m²) runs the full length of the main house to one side of the property and this can be used as a utility/storage area or as a separate access to the guest house.