€129,500 – Village House Gueres – large end of terrace house 4 beds 3 baths with a covered swimming pool on its own plot facing the property. Located in a hillside hamlet between Cantoria and Albanchez. This is a property for those who want “to get away from it all” but still only a short drive to amenities.
Listing Price: €129,500
Build Size m2: 120
Swimming Pool: 8m x 4.5m
Additional Features: Pool is fully enclosed. The plot is full walled and gated.
The house is set on a plot of 156 sq.m with paved terracing to the side, part of which has a covered roof for shade, decorative steps lead up to a solarium from where you can enjoy the amazing views.
There are two entrance doors to the side, with separate hallways one leading to the lower lounge and the second to the kitchen, beamed ceilings to the ground floor accommodation.
The lower lounge3.39.m x 3.23m has a feature brick fireplace with integral wood burner, then a couple of steps lead onto the upper TV room 4.64m x 3.17m and an open plan layout giving access to the dining area 3.65m x 2.97m
An open archway leads to the country style kitchen 4.07m x 3.65m that has a feature corner fireplace with a wood burner.
Base units with granite worktops, electric oven with overhead extractor, gas hob.
Separate utility room with washing machine, and a guest toilet.
A central hallway with a large storage room and a staircase leads to the upper floor.
A spacious landing and passageway with three large double bedrooms and a box room,
Master Bedroom 6.42m x 3.13m with en-suite shower room
Bedroom 2 – 3.42m x 2.19m
Bedroom 3 – 4.04m x 3.51m, feature original hatch door giving access to the upper solarium.
Box Room 4 – 3.51m x 2.02m with bunk beds
Large guest bathroom
On the second plot of 105 sq.m immediately facing the house, is a double parking bay, the garden area planted with various fruit trees including orange, lemons.
A wonderful fly screen covered 8m x4.5m swimming pool with large sun terraces.
The plot is fully walled and gated.
Mains water & electric Satellite TV & Internet available
Plot 1 with house 156 sq.m
Plot 2 with pool 105 sq.m.
Build 120 sq.m.
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The municipality of Albánchez is located on the northern slopes of the Sierra de Los Filabres, 80 km south of Almería.
Situated in the middle of an impressive natural space. Albanchez is within the Natural Park of Sierra Magina, 3,000 hectares of beautiful countryside. Albanchez is a typical Moorish village with white houses and narrow streets. Its main industry is marble, alongside agriculture, fruit and olive trees, vines and almonds are the main production grown on small plots of land.
Albánchez was reconquered by the Christian Kings in 1488; transfered to Pedro Manrique Lara, the village was incorporated in the 16th century to the Marquisate of Los VŽlez. In 1518, the village was rebuilt by Moriscos; after their expelling from Spain, the village was resettled by Catholic families from 1572 onwards.
Citrus growing increased the wealth of the village, whose population peaked at 3,425 in 1882. Since then the population has dramatically decreased due to immigration to other parts of Spain and South America, not compensated yet by foreign immigration, especially from Britain.
The aqueduct locally known as “Los Arcos” (The Arches) was built in the late Roman Empire and subsequently used by the Morisco and Christian settlers of Albánchez; abandoned long ago, the monument has however been completely preserved and restored several times. Made of five arches, the bridge is 45 m in length and 16.4 m in height.
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