Almeria – Velez Rubio – Casa El Pinoco. €175,000 – Casa El Pinoco – 4 beds, 1 bath, garage, plus an opportunity to add further accommodation. Casa El Pinoco offers so many options from running a B&B, to self-catering or a spacious home where you can create separate guest accommodation. 7 minutes’ walk into the lovely town of Vélez Rubio.
Listing Price: €175,000
Location: Vélez Rubio
Build Size m2: 250
Swimming Pool: no
Additional Features: 7 minutes’ walk into the lovely town of Vélez Rubio
Located down a quiet country lane and accessed from an asphalt road. The property is set on a terraced plot of 9,400 sq.m with wonderful views. Surrounded by almond and olive groves.
Double metal entrance gates open onto a part gravelled driveway with ample off road parking. There is the opportunity to create a separate visitors access on the other side of the property. At the entrance parking there is a brick built car port with an integral workshop.
A spacious terraced patio fronts the property with an extended feature seating/alfresco dining area 7.53m x 4.97m/ Double metal/glass doors open to reveal a large enclosed summer kitchen 5.21m x 5.16m with base units and washing machine. This would easily adapt to form a separate apartment
The doors into the main house lead into a central hallway, to the left is the cosy lounge 3.72m x 3.52m.To the right is the country style breakfast kitchen 3.96m x 3.43m. Base units with granite work tops and matching wall units. Appliances include, freestanding gas cooker, fridge/freezer, double sink unit and feature fireplace with wood burner
The rear of the hallway gives access to 4 bedrooms, 3 double and one single
Bed 1- 4.37m x 3.13m
Bed 2- 3.68m x 3.16m
Bed 3 – 4.32m x 2.66m
Bed 4 – 3.12m x 2.47m
Separate shower room with toilet and wash basin unit
A rear internal staircase leads to the upper floor which is part renovated. There are 3 rooms, 2 with windows:
3.90m x 3.40
3.96m x 2.65
4.57m x 2.65
An external staircase leads to another storage area 5.30m x 4.74m, here the dividing wall could be knocked through to connect to the other 3 rooms.
The terraced groves are looked after free of charge by a local farmer in return he keeps the almonds and olives. However a portion of the crop is always given to the owners in return.
Mains Water & Electric
Satellite TV & Internet available
Fly sceens to windows
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The small agricultural town of Vélez Rubio is in a picturesque setting, surrounded by sierras, olive groves and fields of wheat.
This is a place of enormous historical significance. The town lies at the foot of the Sierra de Maria and proudly boasts the finest baroque religious building in Almeria Province, the Church of La Encarnation. It can be found on the plaza of the same name. Built in the 18th century, this has an imposing carved facade which includes the arms of the Marquises of Villafranca y Vélez, who built it. Inside, the main altar has a superbly detailed, 20-metre-high carved wood retablo.
Three kilometers north of the town are the UNESCO World Heritage listed pre-historic caves and paintings called Cueva de Los Letreros (Leters Cave) and La Cueva del Gabar, to the north of Vélez Blanco.
Although very rural and quiet with no industry the area provides everything. Excellent road and motorway networks with very light traffic mean that the four airports which service the area are within easy reach. Alicante approx 1hr 30 mins, Almeria 1hr 10 mins, Granada 1hour 30 mins and Murcia (St Javier) 1hr 15min. Only 30 minutes from the historical town of Lorca and 50 minutes from the coastal town of Águilas
Velez Blanco is on the mountainside of the Sierra del Mahimón a few hundred metres above Velez Rubio. It is the smaller of the two towns. This wonderful location gives it remarkable views over the Blanco valley and beyond.
It is a beautiful picture-postcard town that is dominated by an impressive castle. The Castle of Marques de los Velez was built in 1506 in the hillside above the town and from here one can see all of Velez Blanco. However, even though it appears a solid fortress, behind the battlements is emptiness. Its white marble courtyard is in the Metropolitan Museum, New York, and friezes from the main rooms are in Paris. It was declared an Artistic-Historic Monument in 1931 and partly restored between 1960 and 1980.
There are plans to rebuild the courtyard completely with marble from nearby quarries. There are many fine views from its Torre del Homenaje and the fort is open daily in the summer.
The Parish Church de la Magdelena, built before 1597, but became a ruin when the roof collapsed in 1822. The Church de Santiago (1515 -1559) was built coinciding with the completion of the castle, a mixture of Gothic, Renaissance and Mudejar styles. It was restored in the 1980s.
It is well worth taking a walk along the Calle de la Corredera where there are many baroque mansions, the Temple de Santiago (1559) and other historic buildings including the Ayuntamiento (town hall) built in 1888. It is said that this street is the historic and social axis
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