After a couple of hundred metres of private driveway hidden among olive trees the home reveals itself: About 230 square metres split into two houses, both with independent central heating, set in 6.5 hectares of land with some 850 income-giving olive trees, a flowery almond grove (about a hectare) and fruit trees such as figs, cherry, grapes, plums and quinces dotted over the property. A cool swimming pool lies amid terraced areas for soaking in the Andalusian sun. There are no other houses in sight making this an ideal property for those seeking privacy and seclusion.
House #1: Living room with wood burner, kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, ample bathroom and a nice big roof terrace with great views over the barbecue area, pool and surrounding countryside. Outside is a small splash pool, gardens, terracotta paved terraces and a cute brick dog-kennel.
House #2: Currently operating as a holiday let, it has a generous airy living room with beamed ceiling, giant windows and fireplace, 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one is a wet-room) and kitchen.
The current two-home layout works well as the guest accommodation is totally private from the owner’s; each has its own indoor and outdoor areas. Despite this, the two could be combined into one enormous home by simply removing a partition wall.
Having undergone a full renovation, the home’s period charm and features have been perfectly conserved. All furnishings are included except for a handful of personal items. Outbuildings include a barn (4x10m), stables for two horses and a small storage shed. Mains services connected.
Approximately 25 minutes drive from Antequera toward Abdalajis, and around 20 minutes to the “El Chorro” lakes, a very popular tourist area.