Murcia – Cehegin – Casa Rosa. 125,000 euro’s – This traditional 3 bedroom 2 bathroom, single storey country house, with a separate 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom self-contained annexe is ideal as a holiday home or permanent living.
Listing Price: Now €125,000
Build Size m2: 150
Bedrooms: 3 + 1 in Annexe
Bathrooms: 2 + 1 in Annexe
Swimming Pool: 7 x 3 metres
Additional Features: Situated on a private plot, in the country only 2km’s from the vibrant market town of Cehegin
Main living space
The property is entered through a summer kitchen/sun room (9m x 3.5m). This area comprises a built-in barbeque, sink and a range of cupboards.
The front door leads into the-
Kitchen (3.4 x 3.4m) fitted with electric oven, gas hob, extractor, a range of floor and wall units and a space for fridge freezer. A wood burner is also fitted.
Lounge (4.4 x 5.6m) this is a unique shaped room and adds to the quirkiness of the house. There is a feature fireplace with wood burner.
Shower room, comprising a corner shower unit and basin. Connections and outlet for Washing Machine.
Bedroom 1 (3.5 x 2.8m) Twin or double room with fitted wardrobe. Electric wall heater.
Bedroom 2 (2.8 x 3.0m) Twin or Double room with fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 (3.6 x 2.4m) Twin or Double Room.
Family bathroom – comprising bath, WC and pedestal basin.
This space could be reconfigured to suit a new owner. It currently comprises: –
Lounge/kitchen/diner (5.6 x 2.5m) open plan living space with electric cooker and washing machine.
Bedroom (3.5 x 2.4) single room
Bathroom – comprising bath, WC and pedestal basin.
Bar area forming part of the villa but only accessed from outside. A great entertaining space overlooking the pool.
Small store at the rear
Gated Pool Area with 7 x 3m swimming pool
Fully fenced plot
Low maintenance garden planted with shrubs and trees.
Off road parking
Small carport/log store
Satellite Tv – Internet available.
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The municipality of Cehegín is located in the heart of the north-western district. Prehistoric, Iberian, Roman, Visigoth, Arab and Christian settlers left their legacy in these landscapes with ever-changing nature, a legacy everyone enjoys today.
Evidence of the former glories of this town can be seen in the remains of the city of Begastri, occupied by both Romans and Visigoths, and an episcopal see up until the Moorish invasion. In fact, the whole of this territory is layer upon layer of all the various cultures that established themselves here, the first settlers going back to 2400 BC. Reconquered by Alphonse VI with 1,000 horsemen and 11,000 infantrymen, Cehegín is one vast hilltop monument.
Its famous mediaeval quarter (a Historical and Artistic Ensemble) owes its layout to the Arab settlements in the upper part of the town, and is a monumental gallery of stately homes, churches, convents, palaces and public buildings, some of indisputable value, such as the Church of la Magdalena, the Palacio Fajardo (an example of Murcian Baroque) or the Peña Jaspe.
Aside from the indisputable value of its historical and cultural ensemble, Cehegín has a number of delightful surroundings: the fertile valley viewed from the Plaza de la Constitución, the site known as Hoya de Don Gil, or the Argos Reservoir, even the town itself huddled around the hill, are all well worth a look.
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