Almeria – Chirivel – Casa Bella Vista
Almeria – Chirivel – Casa Bella Vista. Was €179,000 now €124,990. Located near Chirivel Casa Bella Vista, beautifully renovated 5 beds – 3 baths, part furnished, 694sq metres plot. An immaculate property with mature gardens. Private but not isolated.
Listing Price: €124,990
Build Size m2: 225
Swimming Pool: no
Additional Features: Sold Part Furnished, outbuildings suitable for renovation
Located in a small hamlet El Margen, only a 5 minute drive to the local shop & bars at Los Cerricos. Close to the towns of Chirivel and Oria. A wonderful opportunity to buy a large country house with separate building for renovation. The main house with a build size 225 square metres has been beautifully renovated to a high standard and sits in a lovely elevated position with three hundred and sixty degree views.
Cottage garden to the front leads into the large entrance hallway with feature wood burner.
Lovely archway opens into the main lounge with fireplace and gas fire.
Separate dining room from the entrance lobby and opposite is a large well-appointed kitchen. All white goods included in the sale.
Separate utility room and a wet shower room.
Additional room originally used as a summer kitchen, currently used as storage.
Ground floor family room with sofa bed makes the fifth bedroom.
Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom with separate shower, patio door leading to a private roof terrace with stunning views
Three bedrooms and open plan lounge area
Separate family shower room
Building to the front of the property for renovation. The building has the potential to be a two-bedroom guesthouse and is in good structural order.
Electric central heating throughout. Ceiling fans to lounge/dining/family room/ bedrooms
Fly screens to all windows, Mains water and electric
Satellite TV, broadband and landline telephone
BBQ, ample parking for both properties, Room for a pool if desired
Established gardens, great views of the countryside & surrounding mountains
Property is fully walled & gated, tarmac access
Council tax in the UK is based on the assumed capital value of the dwelling whereas Council Tax in Spain is calculated on the rateable value of the property valor catastral and is applicable to resident and non-resident property owners alike. It is a municipal tax payable to the local Town Hall
Before You Can Buy a Property in Spain, You Must Have an NIE number – Numero de Identidad de Extranjeros, which, translated, means “Identity Number for Foreigners”. We can help arrange this for you.
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The village of Chirivel is situated in the green, mountainous area of the Sierra de María Natural Park in the north of the province of Almería, west of Vélez Rubio. The village which obtained its independence from Velez Rubio in 1895, is a secluded, tranquil group of houses
It developed in the 18th century, though its history reaches back much further. It is known particularly for the archaeological site at El Villar, a Roman settlement which has yielded important finds.
Oria is situated on the far northern side of the Almanzora Valley, on the slopes of the Sierra de las Estancias, and has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Oria is 113.6 kms from the capital of the province, Almería. It stands at nearly 1.022 metres above sea level and perhaps this is the reason that one of the features of the village are the tall chimneys. This is a windy location and the high chimneys ensure that smoke from the fires (very necessary during the winter) does not blow back down to the fireplaces.
The archaeological dig at El Picacho in La Rambla de Oria has revealed plenty of remains dating back to the Bronze Age, but so far no evidence of buildings. However, remains of the important medieval settlement have survived – the Alcazaba, Turkish baths and an irrigation system which continues supplying water to the surrounding plain.
The Moors also built a mezquita outside the village on the slopes of the mountains behind, and indeed they fought hard for this town. When Sebastián Elquagaci finally lost his battle, he was taken before the Inquisition who confiscated all his possessions and condemned him to six years n the galleys. The higher site of medieval fortifications – El Villar and Castillo de Olias – is naturally difficult to reach since the castle was built to control the nearby strategic pass.
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