Ref # : 0292
For Sale € 420,000
This large property situated close to the Town of Orgiva offers flexible accommodation,. The property can be used as one large family house or by locking an upstairs door make two separate apartments. The property is situated on flat land spread over two large terraces, the land is planted with olive trees and a mixture of fruit trees including orange, fig etc. There are also some small outbuildings for storage of machinery and garden equipment, chicken pen and all fenced.
The house is entered via a few steps to the front porch with views over the garden towards the Sierra Lujar Mountain range, a large wooden door leads into a large open plan living room and kitchen. To one side a lobby leads to a family bathroom and two large double bedrooms. Stairs lead up to the first floor, a door at the top makes it possible to separate the two floors. This leads into a sitting room, kitchen area, there are three double bedrooms, and a family bathroom. A door leds out onto a covered terrace affording FANTASTIC views of the the valley of Orgiva. There is a large deep swimming pool.
This is a great family home or can provide a home with income.
Mains water, electricity and dranage are connected. Internet is available through local suppliers.
It takes you 5 minutes drive to get to the centre of Orgiva, the nearest town. You’ll find banks, cash machines, post office, various supermarkets, numerous bars & restaurants, 3 health shops, a police station, all schools and 24 h medical services.
Orgiva has developed into a small centre of alternative culture, combining old Spanish tradition with the ecological lifestyle of a young foreign community. Driving 35 minutes along a beautiful mountain road takes you to Salobreña, the nearest beach of the Costa Tropical.Granada is a 50 minutes’ drive away. Another 30 minutes take you to the ski resort of Sierra Nevada. Skiing is possible between December and May. The highest lifts take you up to 3.400 metres and from there one enjoys unforgettable views of Granada and right across the Med to Africa.The Moors lived until the end of the 16th century in the Alpujarras. We not only still use their water channels and water deposits, but their original arabic names too. A proposal has recently been submitted to declare the Alpujarras a UNESCO world heritage site.