This very charming detached country house does require extensive refurbishment but does offer real potential for development into a very stylish home enjoying an enviable semi-rural location.
Set within approx 10,000m2 of relatively flat land and enjoying good access directly from a quiet tarmac road, on the edge of a small hamlet, the total build size of the main house is 165m2 distributed over 2 levels.
The ground floor currently offers a lounge, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, a store room and a traditional bread oven.
An attractive staircase leads to the upper level which offers a further 4 bedrooms and a bathroom.
There is also a very charming walled garden/ Andalucian patio to the rear of the property and there is also a very interesting outbuilding of 76m2 distributed over 2 levels. This outbuilding is known as a ” cascarero” and is currently in a ruinous state.
The ” cascarero” was traditionally used for the sun drying of orange & lemon peels for later sale for use in the production of perfumes and toiletries.
The property is located on the edge of the village of Las Mellizas which comes under Álora municipality and hosts it’s own railway station.
Las Mellizas is only a few kms from El Chorro and the famous ” Caminito del Rey” which has become a Worldwide tourist attraction.
The property enjoys an imposing position hosting fabulous views across the Andalucian countryside.
Mains drinking water, irrigation water and mains electricity are available.
This property offers great potential either for reformation into a spacious, comfortable family home or indeed for development into a rural tourism venue.