Murcia – Lorca – Villa Cazalla
Murcia – Lorca – Villa Cazalla. €265,000 – Spacious villa with 145 sq. metres under build for additional accommodation. Superior property in the much sort after area of Purias, 15 minutes from the historic town of Lorca. The blue flag beaches of Costa Calida are only 25 minutes away by car
Listing Price: €265,000
Location: Purias near Lorca
Build Size m2: 298
Swimming Pool: 11 x 5 metres
Additional Features: Large under build could be used for additional accommodation
To avoid over development to the area, houses cannot be built on plots of land with less than 5,000 square metres. Hence the high demand
Set in a quiet location with views across to Lorca Castle and the surrounding area yet only a few minutes drive to all amenities. The villa sits on a plot of 5,020 sq. metres surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens and an orchard
Steps lead up to a large covered terrace, perfect to sit and relax
The front door opens into an “L” shaped central hallway To the left double doors lead into the spacious air conditioned lounge/diner (7.42 x 3.77m).
A well appointed modern kitchen (4.08 x 3.29m) with matching wall and base storage units fitted with granite worktops. Appliances include built-in electric oven and microwave, electric hob with overhead extractor, dishwasher and fridge freezer
Master Bedroom – (4.12 x 3.24m) built-in wardrobes, air conditioning and ceiling fan. En-suite shower room with vanity unit with marble top, bidet
Double bedroom 2 – (4.29 x 2.89m) with ceiling fan
Double bedroom 3 – (4.29 x2.88m) built-in wardrobes, air conditioning and ceiling fan
Family size bathroom with vanity unit with marble top, bidet
Large Under build (13.39 x 10.72m) with car access
Beautiful swimming pool (11 x5m) surrounded by sun terraces
Independent car port with tiled columns (6 x 4m) can also be used for outdoor eating BBQ’s
Large orchard with orange, lemon and fig trees
Electric double gates with pedestrian access
Low maintenance gardens with inexpensive irrigation water supply
Mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating
Satellite TV and internet available
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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.
It is at the southernmost point of the region, bordering Andalusia. Águilas will captivate you with its beaches, history and Mediterranean charm. You don’t need to go far if you wish to wander. On the border of the province of Murcia, Aquilas is a coastal town with many un-spoilt 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, Aguilas 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 Aguilas.
The carnival of Aguilas 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.
The relative isolation of the town is part of the reason for the low key development in Aguilas, it is 70km from Murcia, 95km from San Javier airport and 180 km from Alicante airport. Lorca is 25km away.