3 Bedroom Cortijo in Mojacar Almeria Spain
3 Bedroom Cortijo in Mojacar, Almeria, Spain
The property is a 250 year old Cortijo situated approximately 500 metres outside Mojacar Pueblo which was recently voted one of the prettiest Pueblos in Spain.
The name of the area is Huerta Alta. The property is being sold fully furnished.
It has 3 large bedrooms, unusual for a Cortijo where the rooms are normally small. All of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and doors to access the exterior terracing.
The property is still classed as an Olive Farm on the Catastral and therefore permission for a water bolsa would be granted and this can be turned into a pool if anyone so required. That is what other properties in the area have done.
The Cortijo is 180 sqm build on a 2700sqm plot. It sits on its own small private mountain.
The views from the property are stunning. It`s elevated and has 360 degree views of the Sierra Cabrera Mountains, Mojacar Pueblo, the Mediterranean sea and surrounding area as far as the eye can see. On a clear day the mountains of the Sierra Nevada can be seen.
The property has been fully renovated to an extremely high standard and it has retained original features where possible. It has a new roof, new tiling throughout, new wooden windows, new electrics and plumbing throughout with appropriate Bolletins, new handmade kitchen and bathrooms and It has retained/been repaired to the original cane and beamed ceilings throughout. It is a moorish style property in keeping with the pueblo of Mojacar. It is of a castle style outside being completely walled and accessed via a big wooden gate.
The property cannot be compared to other properties in the area as it is completely unique and completely different to any other property, from the quality of the build finish, the style both interior and exterior, the furnishings to the unique location and stunning views.
About The Area:
Almeria is a city in Andalusia, Spain, situated in the southeast of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea. It is the capital of the province of the same name.
Almeria has come a quite a long way. A few decades ago it was essentially a rough port city, with its glory days firmly in the past, today it is the progressively refined, energetic and visitor-friendly capital of Andalusia’s second-wealthiest province.
Its cultural attractions are developing and the tapas-bar scene in its spruced-up old centre are among the best in Spain.
The traditional dishes still found in Mojácar denote the rural nature and the Arabic origins of the village. Amongst its plain cuisine, the most well known dishes are: Gurullos, Pelotas, Gachas, Migas, Ajo Colorao, and Pescado frito.
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