Ref # : 0290
For Sale € 250,000
This property was built around ten years ago and built to a high standard with insulating brick, stone faced in parts and an insulated roof, good quality double glazed windows and French doors, pre installation of central heating radiators, wood burning stove. The property is approached via a track belonging to the property, driving through a lovely wooded area, arriving in an opening where the property has been built. Some gravel steps lead up from the parking are to a large front terrace, here there is a raised swimming pool and beautiful views of the surrounding valley. A large wooden door opens into a large open plan, split level living, kitchen dining area. The kitchen is fully fitted with granite worktops and wooden door fronts. There is another door leading back out int the garden. Off the sitting room a door way leads through to the three double bedrooms, and the family bathroom. This location is ideal for someone that would like to set up a retreat as there is lots of land, provisional planning permission for two naves (agricultural buildings) of 50m2 on different parcels of land. A big bonus for a property in this type of setting is that it has mains water, electricity and rights to the acequia (irrigation water) also a large alberca for storing irrigation water.
Mains water, electricity, acequia rights, sewage via septic tank. Internet available from local suppliers.
The municipality of Juviles is located in the central part of La Alpujarra Granadina. It limits with the municipalities of Trevélez, Bérchules, Lobras, Cástaras and Busquístar. Much of its municipal area, located on a small plateau surrounded by chestnut trees, is located in the Sierra Nevada National Park. Likewise, the core itself and the land below it are part of the Historical Site of La Alpujarra. Juviles is structured as a "town street" on the lake of the provincial highway, which also crosses the population center, dividing it into two distinct parts: the Barrio Alto and the Barrio Bajo. This road organizes its structure and the main streets run parallel to the road, which in turn, is drawn following the contour lines. This fact, together with the relatively flat topography on which the nucleus is based, means that it does not have the long and steep streets so characteristic of the towns of La Alpujarra. For the rest, Juviles keeps the most traditional peculiarities of the region, with narrow streets, nooks, tinaos.