€89,000 – Semi-detached, 2 beds 2 baths farmhouse. An original farmer’s cottage which has been lovingly converted into a comfortable home with the added bonus of a splash pool. Set in an elevated position in the countryside only ten minutes to the centre of Puerto Lumbreras.
Listing Price: €89,000
Location: Puerto Lumbreras
Build Size m2: 72
Swimming Pool: 5m x 3m
Additional Features: Beam ceilings, original features. only ten minutes to the centre of Puerto Lumbreras
This is a property for those who want to be on their own, private and quiet but with the bonus of beautiful surrounding countryside. The house has mains electric and free water supplied from a natural water deposit on the property.
Accessed from a dirt track the private driveway leads up to the front of the property with ample room for parking. The house is fronted by a large all year round conservatory room 8.77m x 3.26m with built in cupboards for storage.
An original solid wooden door opens into the central hallway 6.01m x 1m.To the right, an open archway leads to a spacious, comfortable lounge 7.74m x 3.66m with beamed ceiling, feature fireplace with a wood burner and electric radiator for back up heat.
The kitchen/breakfast room 3.85m x 3.4m has modern storage units wall mounted and base units with granite worktops. Included in the price are electric hob, overhead extractor, microwave, dishwasher and chest freezer.
Small utility area with full height storage cupboards
From the central hallway there are two double bedrooms:
Bedroom 1- 3.5m x 3.2m with built-in wardrobes
Bedroom 2 -4.16m x 3.5m with en-suite shower room
Luxury bathroom with corner bath, walk-in shower and modern fixtures.
5m x 3m splash pool
Rear covered patio and storage area
Opposite the property is fenced off garden area. Lots of space if you like walking.
Mains Electric and natural water deposit.
Satellite TV & Internet available
Plot size 30,373 sq.m. Build 72 sq.m.
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Puerto Lumbreras is a small district in terms of the area situated about 80 km from the city of Murcia. It has a population of 10,600 inhabitants. However, it has surprisingly varied landscapes for its size, the plains of El Esparragal being mainly dedicated to intensive agriculture, and the contrast of the upland area of Cabezo de la Jara. This area of great environmental interest contains predominantly Mediterranean type vegetation and woodland, Mediterranean pine, and even wild olive woods of great age. Among note of its wildlife are the Mediterranean tortoise, the eagle-owl, and several birds of prey.
Having a mainly agriculturally-based economy, its position as strategic point in land communications have also made the town an important transport hub and almost obliged stopping place for road transport between the Spanish Levant and the south of the country, giving rise to an important hotel and catering business.
Additionally, the town has developed important industries serving tourism, high-quality pottery production, carpets, fabric and articles made from esparto grass, all characteristic of the area.
Additional interest for the tourist is provided in the form of rural tourism, with the extensive availability of rural accommodation throughout the region and organised routes for visitors who fancy getting closer to nature.
The Old Part of the town can be divided into various zones: the nucleus gathered round a hill consisting of cave houses at present under renovation, the old part straddling the Nogalte gully, and the modern part, stretching along the N-340 trunk road, and where it is easiest to stop off for a break, meal, or some local craft products, in any one of a number of restaurants and other establishments.
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