Now 225,000€ – Imagine yourself sitting on the terrace, admiring the breath-taking, panoramic views this beautiful, single storey home has to offer. the garden has been lovingly landscaped by the owner to create a feeling of tranquillity, but the villa is only 10 minutes’ walk to town.
Listing Price: Now €225,000
Build Size m2: 214
Swimming Pool: 10 x 5m
Additional Features: Furniture included, dual central heating (oil or wood burner with back boiler), security system, water softening system, fly nets on all windows and doors, solar hot water, air conditioning throughout.
Located on the outskirts Calasparra, Murcia, famous for growing paella rice. The medical centre, banks, bars and restaurants are within walking distance and the hospital is 20 minutes by car. Alicante airport is approximately 1 hour 15 minutes and the new airport on Corvera (opening January 2019) is 45 minutes. Hospitals, in the Region of Murcia, all major hospitals have A&E Emergency Departments
Main Living Space
Covered porch leads through the front door of the villa into a generous entrance hall.
Lounge/Dining/Kitchen (5.0m x 13.55m) – this spacious room offers open-plan living but the large log burner makes the whole of this area very cosy. The kitchen has a range of base and wall units, washing machine, fridge/freezer, single oven, 4 ring hob and extractor.
Master Bedroom (3.6m x 3.10m) – large king size room with a range of fitted wardrobes.
En-suite comprising walk-in shower, vanity unit with integral sink and WC
Bedroom 2 – (3.20m x 3.02m) – Double/Twin room with fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 3 – (2.65m x 3.75m) – Double/Twin room with fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 4 – (2.65m x 3.75m) – Double/Twin room with fitted wardrobes.
Family Bathroom – comprising, bath with jacuzzi jets and shower over, vanity unit with integral sink and WC.
Summer Kitchen – (6.40m x 5.60m) fully enclosed, centrally heated with built-in barbecue, wine cooler, fridge/freezer and chest freezer. This is a superb additional room, ideal for entertaining, especially for a large gathering.
Swimming Pool 10 x 5m
2000 m2 of landscaped garden around the villa with a further 4,500 m2 of planted with 51 olive trees across the road from the main house.
Car Port large enough for 2 cars
Remote controlled entrance gate
Under build for wood storage
Additional wood storage at the rear of the property
Rear entry for central heating oil delivery
Fully fenced plot
UK satellite system, Internet available
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Calasparra is a municipality with around 10,500 inhabitants which is part of the Comarca del Noroeste, in the North-west of the region of Murcia, bordering with Moratalla, Cieza, Mula, Cehegín and Albacete.
Calasparra owes it’s rich history to it’s geography. criss crossed by the rivers Segura, Argos and Quípar creating fertile riverside agricultural zones, a landscape of rocky outcrops and deep gorges, the Cañon de los Almadenes, the Cueva
de los Monigotes, the Cueva del Puerto, The Sierras of San Miguel and San José, surrounded by vast plains of dry crop landscapes, where wheat, olives, carobs and almonds grow amidst the vineyards.
Closer to the water’s edge, apricots, peaches, pears, apples and cherries enjoy the benefits of a warm southern Spanish climate and irrigation, two factors which also combine to make Calasparra a nationally renowned rice growing area, Calasparra Rice being the gourmet’s choice.
These rich natural resources have attracted inhabitants for thousands of years, the Abrigo del Pozo rock paintings testament to a prehistoric presence, the Villa Viejaan abandoned Moorish settlement, the Castle of San Juan a reminder of Mediaeval Calasparra, the Palacio de la Encomienda de la Orden de San Juan de Jerusalén the seat of the religious knights which owned Calasparra for 600 years.
And the Sanctuary of La Esperanza, cut out of the rock face, set in riverside gardens, a place of pilgrimage for thousands of people a year and the home of the Virgen de la Esperanza.
The sanctuary is the centre of one of the most important religious occasions in Calasparra every year, the Romería de la Esperanza, although the Fiestas held in honour of the town’s patrons, the Fiestas patronales de San Abdón and San Senén also attract vast crowds due to the encierros, or bull runs, which form a central part of the events. The autumn Feria is dedicated to rice and bullfighting, whilst the Semana Santa and Flamenco festival are also important cultural activities in Calasparra.
Agriculture: fruit production and canning, as well as rice production, remains the most important industry, although rural tourism is also an important element of the local economy, allied with residential tourism, which has attracted a good number of expat residents to make Calasparra t heir home on two urbanisations built within the municipality.The combination of culture, landscape and tourist activity combine to make Calasparra an attractive municipality which retains the true essence of Murcia and a good base from which to explore the North-west of the region.
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