18th Century Inland Village House

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  • #55848
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    Hope you’ll all excuse any mistakes this is my first post on here…….

    Genuine work reasons forces a quick sale………….

    This amazing Village House really is a Tardis and at nearly 400 sq.m. there is plenty of living space spread over three floors. It is located in the heart of the typical Spanish village of Teresa de Cofrentes with lovely views over the beautiful Ayora Valley from a large double glazed sun terrace and various windows throughout the house.

    The house is early 18th Century and is full of historical facts and has wood beams in many of the rooms. It has been refurbished to a high standard and is in excellent decorative order throughout.

    It comprises of a very large hallway with 3 rooms leading off, which are currently being used as a bedroom, a study and a small lounge, also off the hall is a walk-in cloakroom and the entance to a large cellar which is currently being used for storage. The hallway leads to a large dining room with a wood burning stove, which in turn leads to a large fully fitted kitchen (white goods included). From the kitchen is the entrance to a large south facing tiled courtyard with a hot-tub/jacuzzi. Also on the ground floor is a shower room/toilet.

    On the first floor is a very large lounge with a wood burning stove, there are 3 double bedrooms leading off the lounge, one is big enough to be used as a bed-sitting room, a large bathroom with a full sized bath and a double shower, and also there is an airing cupboard.

    On the second floor is a double glazed sun-terrace the full width of the house with lovely views over the beautiful Ayora Valley, leading off the sun-terrace is another room currently being used for storage.

    The property has recently been completely rewired and has new plumbing.

    There is a telephone landline with broadband/ADSL and satellite dishes for English and Spanish TV.

    This Village house has the advantage of parking and a small garage.

    It could easily be used as a B & B

    The village of Teresa de Cofrentes is one of six villages in the Ayora Valley, it has a doctors, farmacia, several shops, bars, a hairdressers and a primary school. It is just over an hour from both Valencia and Alicante airports and 20 minutes from the main Alicante/Madrid motorway. It is also 20 minutes to the main RENFE rail line in Almansa to the cities of Valencia, Alicante and Madrid.

    It is located within the Communidad of Valencia.

    The local land registry in Requena has it valued at 280,000 €

    Various estate agents have it ranging from 189,000 € to 215,500 €

    We’re looking for sensible offers in the region of 175,000 €

    If anyone is genuinely interested get in touch at 0034 961893348 or e-mail daverlaws@yahoo.com and I can send more details and pictures.

    Thanks for taking the trouble to read this.

    Dave








  • #100662
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    Sounds interesting, but if you want results you need to show us a photo or two – see viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4944

  • #100665
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    Many thanks for that Mark, have now edited, must admit it was easier than I thought.

  • #100717
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    Forgot to mention can be viewed anytime…………. 😐

  • #100782
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    Will now accept offers in region of 170,000 €

  • #101035
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    Genuine reasons for sale …………. must be sold………. now reduced to 165,000 €, the house has to be seen to be believed. Would make an ideal investment….

  • #101097
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    All very well. How do I know if the Valencian Government will not uise it as part of the land grab for the future.

  • #101100
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    It’s 18th century and in the heart of the village, next to the church, so I hardly think that’s possible, land grab does not affect villages which have been in place for 100’s of years………..

  • #102081
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    Still for sale ………….

    Can be viewed any time……….

    No sensible offer refused ……….. it a must see property.

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