A country property located just outside of a very popular mountain village, with easy access to Granada City with its Alhambra Palace, and the ski station, lots of wonderful walking routes, ideal location for mountain bikers, walkers etc. The property is a three bedroom casa de aperos. The main entrance door leads into a 25m2 sitting room with fireplace and double aspect. A door leads into a small hallway off of which there is access to the kitchen, shower room, and three bedrooms, two of which are double with windows to the East and the North, the third bedroom is a good size single with window to the West. Outside there is a covered patio area with views towards the village of Guejar Sierra. There is plenty of scope to update the property and make a lovely home.
Outside, the land is mainly flat with large terraces, an alberca (water storage tank) for storing irrigation water which is then used to irrigate the trees via a piped system. There is a good mixture of trees including, walnut, fig, almonds, three types of apple, quince, grapes and olive.
Mains Electricity is connected. There is a small solar system providing the lighting within the property. Water for irrigation is unrestricted and flows throughout the year.
Güéjar Sierra is a Spanish town and municipality, belonging to the province of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia.
It is located in the southeastern part of the Vega de Granada, being one of the fifty-two entities that make up the Metropolitan Area of Granada. It borders the municipalities of La Peza, Lugros, Jérez del Marquesado, Trevélez, Capileira, Dílar, Monachil, Pinos Genil, Dúdar and Quéntar.
With a historical origin almost parallel to that of the capital of Granada itself, the municipality of Güéjar Sierra begins its historical journey already at the time of Roman occupation, although it is considered to have a Muslim origin with the subsequent Christian conquest. well defined by these occupations, its urban structure being that of three well-defined neighborhoods:
El Barrio Alto or Barrio del Fuerte as it was known in Christian times, which is a neighborhood with direct access to the town through the Vega de Granada and is reached directly to the farmsteads of Güéjar.In Muslim times the occupation of the Barrio de la Fuente or Alquería de en Medio stands out, authentic population centers that in the 1570 uprising of the Arab people this farmhouse was established as the main population nucleus, and would be in the repopulation of the Christian era when the neighborhood began to be known under the name of Barrio de la Iglesia, one of the Low Neighborhoods, who make it up together or to the Alquería Baja renamed in Christian times as Barrio de la Moraleda or del Peñón.
Land & Gardens
Almond Trees Citrus Fruit Trees Fruit Trees
Mostly Flat Land Terraced Land Vegetable Garden
Close To All Amenities Close To Village Mountain Views Open Countryside Views
Private Entrance Tranquil Location Very Private