Murcia – Pliego – Villa Hartley
Murcia – Pliego – Villa Hartley. 4 beds – 2 baths, pool, garage, olive grove, plot 5,000 sq metres 225,000 euro’s. Immaculate villa built in 2007 and located in the countryside on the outskirts of the market town of Pliego and just ten minutes to the main town of Mula
Listing Price: €225,000
Location: Pliego – Mula
Build Size m2: 170
Swimming Pool: 8 x 4m
Additional Features: Olive Grove
Set on a plot of 5,000 square metres of which 2, 500 square metres is devoted to the main house and gardens and the other 2,500 square metres is given to the olive grove.
A beautifully constructed covered terrace fronts the main entrance. The property is accessed via the front door which opens into a hallway 2.75 x 2.72m. French windows lead into the open plan Lounge 4.34 x4.36m with feature wood burner. An open archway creates a bright dining room.4.34 x 3.78m with outer door leading on to the covered sun terrace
Kitchen 3.62 x 2.87m fully fitted with modern units and full height glazed display unit. Appliances include built-in oven & microwave, gas hob with overhead extractor, fridge freezer and dishwasher. To the rear of the kitchen is a separate utility room
Master bedroom 3.59 x 3.43m with fitted wardrobes and dressing room 4.7m2 and en-suite shower room
Bedroom 2 – 3.65 x 3.02m double/twin room
Bedroom 3 – 3.63 x 3.15m double/twin room
Bedroom 4 – 2.93 x 1.88 this room is currently used as a study
Family size bathroom 4.5m2
To the rear of the property is a lovely covered terrace overlooking the pool and gardens. There are various tiled patio areas with flower garden and vegetable plot
Swimming pool 8 x 4 metres with roman steps into the pool, surrounded by non-slip tiles. Complete with winter pool cover. The pool complex has a summer kitchen 4.5m2 complete with BBQ and separate shower room. Separate workshop 4m2
Separate brick built garage 6 x 4 metres built in same finish as the main house
The property is fully fenced and gated with both pedestrian and car access gates
Mains electric and water, the property benefits from irrigation water for the olive trees
Fully built-in air conditioning, central heating, double glazed windows with insect screens
Fully alarmed, 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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The Mula valley also embraces the town of Pliego, which lies between the Espuña and Ricote ranges. The river flows past the town and there are natural springs irrigating the wide plain, which affords the visitor the pleasant surprise of the blend of pinewood and fruit tree aromas.
Pliego was an important centre during the Argar period and has important archeological remains, such as that of Almolaya at the foot of Sierra Espuña. It also has Roman remains and was further developed during the Muslim era, which also gave rise to the village of La Mota with its 12th-century fortress still conserving 3 towers and the battlements of part of the town wall.
The locality still holds something of the flavour of those times with steep narrow streets, climbing plants clambering over whitewashed walls and green-hued roofs and the lofty figures of date palms and fruit ripening in the sun. After the acquisition of the area by the Order of St James in the 14th century other monuments were built, such as the Casa de la Tercia, and the Baroque-style Ermita de la Virgen de los Remedios.
As a result of its intense historical tradition, its strategic location as a Mediterranean enclave and its transitional character as a border territory mid-way between the Meseta and Andalusia, the Murcia Region retains innumerable vestiges of the past, making it an ideal meeting-point where History and tradition have been instilled with new life and placed at the visitor’s disposal.
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