Listing Price: €185.000
Build Size m2: 110
Swimming Pool: 10 x 5 metres
Additional Features: Olive Grove
The property is all on one level with wonderful views across the valley and is not overlooked.
Double entrance gates open into a private driveway with private parking
The villa is fronted by a covered terrace overlooking the swimming pool
Main living space is an open plan Lounge/diner 5.7 x 4.84m with feature fireplace incorporating wood burner
Kitchen 3.4 x 1.8m, galley style with wall and floor storage units. Appliances include electric oven with overhead extractor, 4 ring gas hob, dishwasher & fridge
Master bedroom 3.7 x 3.4m with ceiling fan with integral light. Large en-suite 2.6 x 2.6m comprises wet room shower, vanity unit, WC, bidet and wall heater.
Bedroom 2 & 3 – both 3.8 x 2.2m with ceiling fan and integral light
Family size bathroom – 1.8 x 2.4m comprising bath with shower over, vanity unit with mirror and lights, WC and bidet, ceiling fan and integral light and wall heater
Utility room 3.5 x 1.4m – fitted with electric water heater, washing machine and sink. Door leading to rear of property
Lovely 10 x 5 metre swimming pool with non-slip tiled surround. Separate pump house with room for storage
To the side of the villa is a built-in BBQ with seating
Outside stairs leading to the rooftop solarium with magnificent views of the town and mountains
The property is set in 2,000 square metres of irrigated land planted with various fruit and olive trees
Mains water and electric, agricultural water for the olive grove
Satellite TV and broadband available
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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Cehegín is located in the North-west of the Region of Murcia, with Mula and Bullas to the East, Lorca to the South, Caravaca de la Cruz to the West and Calasparra and Moratalla to the North.
The municipality has just over 16,000 inhabitants (2012) and encompasses rocky, mountainous areas, fertile plains, areas of pine forest and has natural water supplies, a combination of factors which have made it attractive to humans and their prehistoric predecessors for thousands of years.. The Sierra de la Lavia, Sierra de Burete, Sierra de la Puerta and Sierra de Gilico y Cambrones are all important landmarks, as are the rivers Argos and Quípar.
Inhabited by the Argarics, Iberians, Romans, Btzantines, Visigoths, Arabs and finally the Christian forces of the Reconquist, it has a fascinating history.
Today it has a growing tourism industry, being an ideal location from which to explore the North-west, with a number of tourism attractions of it’s own, including the late Roman and Visigoth city of Begastri, an atmospheric Old Quarter, filled with historic buildings, as well being located on the Vía Verde, a former railway track which is now a major walking, cycling and pilgrimage route, linking Murcia and Caravaca.
The Peña Rubia houses important prehistoric rock paintings, now protected by Unesco, and other archaeological remains from this, and other prehistoric sites within Cehegín can be seen in the Municipal Archaeological museum located in the Casa del Concejo and Palacio de los Fajardos, high up in the town centre in the Plaza del Castillo.
The old quarter is filled with important family houses dating from the 17th to 19th centuries, including the Palacio de Jaspe, the Casino, la Casa del Conde de Campillos, the Hospital de la Real Piedad, as well as important churches : the Iglesia de Santa María, the Ermita de la Concepción,Ermita de la Sangre de Cristo and Santuario de las Maravillas
Cehegín celebrates a number of Fiestas throughout the year, including the Fiestas of San Sebastian in January, Carnival, Semana Santa, the Feria of San Roque which includes bullrunning, and its Fiestas patronales in September. It also hosts an atmospheric monthly artesan market, El Mesoncico
Cehegín also maximises its natural resources with its Parque Ecológico and monthly free guided walks to show off the beauty spots of the municipality
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