Calasparra – Villa Jacey. Was €120,000 – Now 105,000 – 2 Bed – 2 bath detached villa set on a small urbanisation close to the town of Calasparra, offering all amenities. Double glazed throughout, roller shutters, air conditioning and heating.
Listing Price: €105.000
Build Size m2: 77
Swimming Pool: no
Additional Features: Mature, low maintenance gardens planted with shrubs and trees. Insect nets are fitted throughout.
Main Living Space
Covered Porch at the front, leading to:-
Lounge/diner (6.1 x 3.6m) sliding patio doors onto the porch. Feature fireplace with wood burning stove.
Kitchen (2.7 x 2.6m) fitted with a range of wall and base units, single electric oven, 4 ring hob with extractor, washing machine and fridge/freezer. Back door leading to the glazed area, ideal as additional kitchen space or breakfast room.
Master Bedroom (3.3 x 2.8m) double room with fitted wardrobes.
En-Suite – comprising large shower cubicle, WC and pedestal basin.
Bedroom 2 (3.1 x 3.1m) double/twin room with fitted wardrobes.
Family Bathroom – comprising bath with shower over and glass shower screen, a pedestal basin, bidet and WC.
Low maintenance garden planted with mature shrubs and trees
Roof Terrace with access to a hot tub and magnificent views of the surrounding countryside.
Double gates provide access to a shaded carport and garden shed.
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The location and history of this area make it especially appealing. There are four rivers and two reservoirs which are a source of attraction for visitors, for the variety of activities that are possible here (potholing, canyoning, rafting etc.) The amazing natural landscape is stunning for exploring, walking and cycling.
Calasparra has more than six hundred years of existence and the history is absolutely amazing. There are caves with rupestrian paintings, declared World Heritage by the UNESCO, and archaeological sites ranging from Palaeolithic to Hispano-Muslim, with artefacts housed in the Archaeological Museum (former Encomienda building). The Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza, or Our Lady of Hope, the patron saint of Calasparra, who’s Shrine excavated in the rock face forms part of a beautiful spot on the banks of the River Segura. Rice growing is another of the attractions in this area, the quality of the different varieties has given Calasparra rice worldwide fame (the first rice in Spain with Denominación de Origen).