0179,  Carchuna. House on the Costa Tropical

Carchuna, 18730, Granada
  • Square meter: 341 sqmt
  • Habitable: 279 sqmt
  • Lot Size: 312 sqmt
  • Bedroom: 7
  • Bathroom: 3
  • Category: Casa/Village house

Ref # : 0179

For Sale € 425,000
Large house with swimming pool,lovely sea views and a few steps from the beach.

A large house situated a few steps from the beach, surrounded by similar style properties. The house is over three floors, the entrance porch leads into a reception hall, off this there is access to the large sitting room with fireplace, access though patio doors to a nice terrace overlooking the pool and patio area. Also on the ground floor there is a double bedroom with built in wardrobes, family bathroom. A fully fitted kitchen and a door to the rear of the property leading out to the pool area along with storage sheds and outside bathroom. The lower ground floor with windows to the South and east is divided into three bedrooms, and a large open plan space which could be used for a games room, parties etc. The second floor has three bedrooms. another kitchen and family bathroom with jacuzzi, stairs lead up to another bedroom with its own terrace overlooking the sea, there is another room here which could easily be made into an en suite bathroom.


Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Internet is available from local suppliers.


Carchuna is southeast of the urban center of Motril and Torrenueva Costa, in the area known as Los Llanos de Carchuna. It limits to the south with the Mediterranean Sea, to the north with the Sierra del Conjuro, to the west with Cape Sacratif and to the east with Calahonda, up to the Farillo de Carchuna as a limit.
This population has its origin with the settlement in Los Llanos, where small farmers formed the population nucleus around the agricultural warehouse built by Florentino Vázquez and his wife Marina Cortés de la Torre in 1953, together with their nephew, the local businessman Fulgencio Spá. Its first inhabitants came from various towns in the Alpujarra such as Torvizcón or Rubite. The final takeoff came with the construction of a new town by the National Colonization Institute, based on a 1965 project signed by Víctor López Morales.1​
In 1974, a so-called "colonization" town was completed by the National Institute of Agrarian Reform and Development (IRYDA). This was located right next to the old center "the village", built with limited means by the farmers themselves who settled on the plain, with which the influx of population grew dramatically. Immigration has also made this town grow in recent years, to the point of its population exceeding 2,000 people.
From the beginning Carchuna was a population center dependent on Motril. On November 29, 1996, in a plenary agreement of the Motril City Council, it was unanimously agreed to initiate the procedure with a Local Autonomous Entity that grouped Carchuna and Calahonda due to their close relationship.
It was not until March 18, 2005 that the creation of the Autonomous Local Entity of Carchuna-Calahonda was published in the Official Gazette of the Junta de Andalucía.


Roof Terrace
Parking Area
Close To Village
Close To All Amenities
Tranquil Location
South Facing
Sold Unfurnished
Mains Connection
Fully Fitted Kitchen
Open Fireplace(s)
Mains Connection
Swimming Pool
Ready To Move Into
Lower running costs (kWH/m)
(< 50) A
(51 To 90) B
(91 To 150) C
(151 To 230) D
(231 To 330) E
(331 To 450) F
( > 451) G
(1 To ) X
Lower CO2 emissions (kg/m)
(< 5) A
(6 To 10) B
(11 To 20) C
(21 To 35) D
(36 To 55) E
(56 To 80) F
( > 81) G

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