Listing Price: €76,000
Build Size m2: 68.74
Swimming Pool: no
Additional Features: Incredible value for money
Each property has a pedestrian access gate with double gate for off road parking. The houses are fronted by a small garden area.
The entrance to the villa is via a lovely covered terrace, the front door opens into a bright, spacious lounge with sliding patio doors onto the front terrace. Separate kitchen (storage units and white goods not included) with an exterior door. Two double bedrooms on the ground floor with a shower room.
Entrance Patio 13.46 sq.m.
Lounge 21.40 sq.m.
Kitchen 8.74 sq.m.
Bedroom 1 – 12.53 sq.m.
Bedroom 2 – 11.33 sq.m.
Pre-installation for air-conditioning
Mains Water & Electric
Double Glazing with Persianas (Shutters)
Satellite TV & Internet available
PLOT C 146.34 SQ.M.
PLOT D 148.42 SQ.M
BUILD 68.74 SQ.M.
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Located 86 kilometers from the capital, Líjar is accessed by the road to the Sierra de Macael, taking the detour at the junction of Chercos. There is a bus service between this town and Almería.
Perhaps the most picturesque historical curiosity of this municipality is found in the archives of its City Council, in the minutes of October 14, 1883, where the session agreed to “declare war on the French Nation”, in response to the grievances received by the king Alfonso XII in his visit to Paris a few weeks before; the “war” lasted until the signing of the Treaty of Peace (October 30, 1983), signed by the mayor of this town, the consul of France in Malaga and the vice-consul of this country in Almeria.
Monuments that deserve a detained visit are the Parochial Church (XVII century) and the Shrine of the Virgin of Fatima.
The most important festivals are San Antones (January 17), where traditional bonfires are lit, the Fiestas de San Blas (1-3 February), Holy Week and the Pilgrimage of the Virgin of Fatima. From September 9, coinciding with the patron saint festivities, the Cultural Week is celebrated The Lijonazo, with sports activities, chess, bands and camping and excursion Sendero del Poyo
To Almería 75 km
To Huércal Overa 45 km
To Cantoria 17 km
To Albox 23 km
To Arboleas 29 km
To Macael 23 km
To Albánchez 6 km
To Olula del Río 24 km
To Cuevas de Almanzora 50 km