Almeria – Partaloa – Casa Chiquita. Was €85,000 Now €70,000 – This delightful cottage offers spacious internal living. in addition there is a small plot of land to the rear ideal for pets, an additional patio area, or for those who dream of having a vegetable plot with chickens. Walking distance to village of Partaloa
Listing Price: NOW €70,000
Build Size m2: 100
Swimming Pool: no
Additional Features: Rooftop solarium, walking distance to Partaloa
The property has lovely views and is situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. The cottage is fronted by a parking area and steps lead up to a pretty garden and patio area. There is a side path for anyone who has difficulty with steps.
Family room 3.9m x 2.9m with a feature fireplace, a couple of steps lead up to a larger lounge 5.25m x 3m with double glazed doors leading to an inner courtyard.
From the lounge there is a guest double bedroom 3.2m x 2.66m
Two further double bedrooms to the left of the entrance hallway.
Guest Bedroom 2 – 3.4m x 3.4m
Master Bedroom – 3.9m x 3.2m
Family size bathroom.
To the rear of the property is a fully enclosed inner courtyard with doors to the side path and rear plot of land.
Covered seating area and covered utility area with sink and washing machine.
Steps lead up to the rooftop solarium a peaceful place to sit and look at the surrounding countryside. Solar panel
Satellite TV & Internet available
Mains Water and Electric
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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This town stands out due to its surroundings and for being an area where the abrupt mountainous and rocky landscape of the Almanzora Valley gives way to a town where the tranquillity, the white of the houses and the fruitful vegetation are the main attractions.
In fact, many settlers have come here over many different ages and have left their footprints; from the prehistoric times, the neolithic rimes until the Bronze Age. Due to this, a few archaeological sites have appeared in the Loma de la Estación and the Ramble de las Horcas.
The Church of the Virgen de las Mercedes in one of the stand-out attractions of the town, of a baroque style and declared an official Artistic and Historic monument. A building based on blueprints done by the prestigious Ventura Rodríguez and which has stayed after being partially destroyed by various earthquakes.
Furthermore, you will realize that time often stops whilst walking the streets of this town; its houses are organized in various lines and even have the white characteristic colour of the mountain dwellings.
In its surroundings, as if it was an oasis, you can enjoy the nature of the land; its white clay valleys and natural environment which is perfect for hikers. All in the middle of a rocky landscape that surrounds the Almanzora Valley.
The local celebrations start in June, in honour of San Antonio de Padua. However there are more important festive days, like the fiestas of Cerro Gordo, Las Farras and La Cencerrá.
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