A delightful property, completely restored in the last ten years, keeping as much of its original charm as was possible, including chestnut doors and beams, bespoke double glazed doors and windows, new bathrooms, flooring plumbing and electrics, ring beamed roofs and insulation. The property is ready to move into, full of charm and with a peacful energy. The lower ground is set up with the entrance door leading in from a shady seating area of the garden to the long sitting/dining room with its chestnut beams painstakingly restored to their orginal beauty, a wood burning stove for the winter nights, with its flue passing through the large double bedroom behind making the most of the heat. There is also a second bedroom, currently used as a study, a full bathrooom and a traditional style Alpujarran kitchen with range and polished granite work surfaces, there is a separate utility area with sink and washing machine, etc.
The top of the cortijo has a separate apartment, ideal for guests or extended family or holiday lets. The entrance door leads into the tradional style kitchen/sitting room with its beamed ceiling, again restored to their natural beauty, from which there is access to the two double bedrooms and the bathroom.
Additionally, there is a stable, wood store, bodega and workshop.
Outside, the gardens contain olives, fruit trees, figs, flowering shrubs and grape vines. In addition, the cortijo benefits from several flat, irrigated fields currently used for vegetables, fruit and olive trees. Beyond, the finca includes large areas of mountainous land which the current owners have set aside for nature but which also provide an income from almonds and figs.
The property is connected to mains water, it has rights for irrigation of the land. Electricity is provided by solar, with a back up generator. Hot water is also solar, connected to a gas water heater to maintain temperature. Internet is currently connected via a national supplier. A well used track is maintained by the local authority.
The property is situated around a 20 minute drive from the nearest village of Torvizcon, where there are shops, post office, bank, petrol station, hotel and bars. Around 45 minutes to the coast at Castell de ferro. Cadiar is around 30 minutes drive and Orgiva 40 minutes from the house.
Torvizcón is a municipality of Spain in the province of Granada , autonomous community of Andalusia , of area 51 km2 with population of 799 inhabitants (2007) and population density of 15,68 hab / km ².
The municipality counts on a church, the one of Our Lady of the Rosary, of century XV1, of Mudejar Style (that incorporates influences, elements or materials of Hispano Muslim Style ).
Some historians consider that in this territory already existed a population in the time of the Roman Empire , with the name of Turidianum. Later, during the Arab domination, Torvizcón reached a remarkable splendor thanks to its agriculture. There silk was also produced and vineyards were grown to export grapes.
With the Christian reconquest and later expulsion of the Moors, the city suffered a fall in the population number. In this region has originated the Family Escudero
Land & Gardens
Almond Trees Fruit Trees Fully Renovated
Gently Sloping Land Mostly Flat Land
Broadband Internet Parking Area
Fully Fitted Kitchen Wood Burning Stove(s)
Acequia Rights For Irrigation Alberca
Mountain Views Private Entrance Tranquil Location