Murcia – Puerto Lumbreras – Villa Braxton
Murcia – Puerto Lumbreras – Villa Braxton. Was €359,000 – Now €159.950 – Large individually designed villa, set on 17,800 sq mt. with separate one bedroom accommodation ideal for a bed & breakfast. Close to the village of Almendricos with lovely views across the Lorquini valley.
Listing Price: Now €159,950
Build Size m2:
Swimming Pool: 9 x 4.5m
Additional Features: There is a one bedroom ground floor apartment with lounge and bathroom linked directly to the villa.
Large lounge leading to a separate dining room.
A separate hallway leads to three spacious bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, one with air conditioning.
Well appointed kitchen with separate store room
Bathroom and shower room
All at Ground level
There is a one bedroom ground floor apartment with lounge and bathroom linked directly to the villa.
Swimming pool 9 x 4.5 metre with winter cover
Outside covered pergola next to the pool
Separate garage, The property is walled and gated
The gardens are beautifully landscaped and well stocked
Outside oven for baking bread, meat, fish
Mains electric & water, Satellite TV, internet and telephone connected
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Almendricos is a small Spanish village located in the south of Murcia, on the border with Andalusia. Almendricos lies in a valley – on both sides there is a small mountain ridge. The valley is very fertile, as is the entire area south of Murcia. Here you will find huge citrus fruit plantations, mostly orange. In addition you will find many almond trees and huge expanses with artichokes, lettuce, broccoli and onions.
The mountains offer a large variety of wild herbs and flowering plants throughout the year. There is a varied fauna, especially birds – there is a large variety of very special birds here. In the mountains you may encounter fox, hares and tortoises.
Puerto Lumbreras – the port of lights – is located in the far west of the province of Murcia, on the N340 motorway between Murcia and Almeria. It has a population of 10,600 inhabitants. The area is largely agricultural, with olives and almonds being the main crop.
Puerto Lumbreras is also a cattle raising area. The town is spread around the base of a hill, which is crowned by an old castle. There are some good walks to be taken in the countryside around the town.
A market is held every in the town on Fridays. There several hotel and restaurants in Puerto Lumbreras.
Puerto Lumbreras is 12 km from Lorca and 60km from Murcia. Almeria airport is 105km, Alicante airport is 135km and Murcia airport is 85km.
The largest town in Spain by area, Lorca stretches across an entire valley and its municipal district reaches the coast. The attraction of Lorca lies in its history and archaeology, present in the character of its streets, its living crafts (textiles, woodwork, ceramics) its different offerings for festivals and cultural events. Lorca was officially declared an “historical and artistic” treasure in 1964.
A hilltop castle presides over the town, this is the Sun Fortress of Lorca which is a former frontier town dating back to the 13th century when Spain was dominated by the Moors and Lorca was a defensive town whose primary function was the defence of the Arabic possessions. The castle has recently been restored to part of its former glory and represents a significant economic resource for the people of Lorca.
The town has numerous historical buildings including churches, Roman villas, palaces and also artistic treasures. Lorca is well known for its enthustiastic and lavish fiestas.Lorca is well connected with a coach station, a rail station and the main N340 motorway which runs next to the town.
Lorca is 120km from Alicante airport, 150km from Almeria airport and 60km from Murcia’s airport at San Javier. The nearest golf courses are in the neighbouring province of Almeria, including Valle del Este and Desert Spring, about half an hour away.
On the border of the province of Murcia, Aquilas is a coastal town with many unspoilt secluded beaches, situated in one of the least developed coastal areas of southern Spain. At the western end of the Golfo de Mazarron, the town is bordered inland by fields of tomatoes and numerous villages.
Increasingly popular with northern Europeans, Aquilas is made up of 2 bays separated by a rocky headland. There are 28km of numerous different beaches in the area, catering for all types of aquatic sports or just good old fashioned relaxation. The University of the Sea is also located in Aquilas.
The carnival of Aquilas is a renowned fiesta where the entire town comes out onto the streets and some fantastic costumes are on display. Aguilas has a population of 25,700.