Murcia – Mula – Casa Patricia
Murcia – Mula – Casa Patricia. 159.990 euro’s. 4 beds – 2 baths, pool, 1 bed annexe, Plot Size 6,429 Sq metres, Pretty detached country house with pool and separate annexe
Listing Price: €159.990
Build Size m2: 172
Swimming Pool: 10 x 5m
Additional Features: 1 bed, 1 bath annexe, almond grove
Double entrance gates open into a private driveway with private parking for several vehicles
The property is fronted with a sunroom 2.64 x 6.7m
Main living space is L shaped, open plan offering sitting/dining area 6.95 x 3.76m with feature fireplace incorporating wood burner and galley kitchen 3.2 x 4m fitted with a range of floor and wall units providing. There are spaces for a cooker and fridge/freezer.
Master Bedroom 4.02 x 2.62m a lovely bright double room with en-suite 2.63 x 1.22m comprising bath and shower over, WC, tiled vanity unity with hand basin and towel rail radiator.
Bedroom 2 – 2.98 x 3.63m double/twin room fitted with ceiling fan and integral light.
Bedroom 3 – 2.96 x 3.41m double/twin room fitted with ceiling fan and integral light.
Bedroom 4/Study – 3.0 x 2.85m small double room fitted with ceiling fan and integral light.
Family Bathroom 2.91 x 1.89m comprising shower cubicle, vanity unit with 2 washbasins, WC, bidet, towel rail radiator and large storage cupboard.
A shaded tiled seating area attached to the sunroom. The area surrounding the house is tiled for easy maintenance but has many planters and borders with mature shrubs and trees to make a very pretty garden.
Summer Kitchen/Utility Room 3 x 2.4m houses the central heating boiler, washing machine, fridge and freezer. There is also a working bread oven and various storage cupboards.
Single Garage, Satellite TV and broadband available
Apartment 6.09 x 3.60m comprises space for a double bed, seating area and shower room with shower, basin and WC.
Pool Area – the 10m x 4m swimming pool has a fully tiled surround and shaded seating area. There is a gate to the almond orchard and the remainder of the plot.
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
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Situated in its fertile valley some 30 miles from Murcia the town of Mula offers the visitor aged palaces and monuments displaying the wealth that the Marquis de los Vélez invested in safeguarding his position against the local populace when he erected his imposing castle, a magnificent 16th-century construction dominating the plain below and which gives the impression of having simply emerged from the very rocky outcrop on which it perches.
The town itself has a great deal of charm spreading out as it does from around the Plaza Mayor, in which the church of San Miguel is of note.
Among the steep and winding lanes of the old quarter, in the upper part of the town is the church of Santo Domingo, with its renaissance façade and Baroque interior, and also one of the region’s finest examples of monastic architecture , the Real Monasterio de la Encarnación.
Evidence of human presence in Mula goes back to the Neolithic with finds from the Argar period and Iberian artefacts, now housed in the Museum of Iberian Art in Cigarralejo, one of the best in dealing with the Spanish Iron Age and situated in the Palacio de Menahermosa.
Five kilometres outside the town in an idyllic setting are the famous spa baths, in use since Roman times, as well as through the Moorish period. These baths are highly acclaimed for aiding those suffering from rheumatic problems.
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