A fantastic opportunity to purchase a unique piece of Sedella history located in the oldest part of the village. This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property sympathetically merges the past and present. The present owners have lovingly preserved the beautiful Mudejar construction, from the huge ladrillo arches, original treading floor, wooden beams and stone press that were used in the making of Sedella wine. This has truly been a labour of love and this property would make a fantastic home.
Situation and outside space
The property is located in the oldest part of the village within walking distance to all the local amenities and has car parking outside the property.
A beautiful courtyard (3.3m x 2.7m) is accessed via the living space where raised planters, potted plants and corner water feature offer a quiet space to enjoy a coffee.
A lovely terrace (3.2m x 2.5m) with Moorish style tiles is located on the second floor, here you have a lovely space for chairs and sofa from where you can enjoy views of La Maroma and the village. When you require some additional shade there is a retractable awning.
You enter through old wooden doors into a vestibule (1.1m x 1.1m) from here steps take you up to the historic part of the building and the main living area where you see and feel just how unique this property is. The preservation of the original historical features takes your breath away, the stunning archways, the well where the wine flowed into, the huge wooden beams and stone block for pressing the grapes are a true piece of history.
The lounge area has fixed brick benching with storage underneath and the original steps at the side of the well are now a place for displaying treasured possessions.
Off the lounge a door takes you out into the courtyard and also to the:
Steps lead up to the rustic style kitchen with its tiled open shelving, granite worktop and Esse electric range cooker, there is also space for table and chairs. At high level there is access to a large storage space (2.8m x 1.9m)
A step down takes you to the dining area with its original flooring and original window opening.
An open tread wood and metal staircase leads up from the kitchen to a landing (2.6m x 0.9m) with access to a small patio and:
The stairway then carries on up where you alight onto a landing (2.9m x 2.6m) which at present is used as a study and has direct access out to the terrace. Stairs from the study lead down to:
A truly unique historic property that must been seen. The renovation to make this wine bodega into a cosy family home has taken many years of love and dedication.