Luxury farm house with eco credentials, 2 guest cottages, 2 swimming pools, stables, paddocks, tractor barn, observatory, cinema, gym and wine cellar – all set in 100,000M2

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For sale direct from owner!

Rarely does luxury and eco get spoken about in the same sentence but with this fabulous home that is exactly what you get…

All the modern conveniences, comforts and high spec finishes, cleverly combined with eco credentials such as Geothermal underfloor heating and cooling, Bio-Bubble waste treatment system, reclaimed materials used wherever possible, double glazing, wall and roof insulation and an organic licence for the land.

Summary of the accommodation, land and equestrian facilities:  

Farm house: 1 master bedroom suite (bedroom, dressing room, bathroom), 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 cloakroom, kitchen/living/dining room, sitting room, study, playroom, utility room/boot room, pantry, cinema room, gym, wine cellar, Moorish covered terrace, Andalucian covered terrace, BBQ terrace, kidney shaped swimming pool, electric entrance gate with intercom system.

Guest (holiday rental) cottages: Two cottages, each with individual styling.  Both have a sitting/living/dining room, double bedroom, shower room and private sun terrace.  They share a large terrace and BBQ area plus a swimming pool.  The cottages are out of sight of the farm house, have their own entrance driveway and are completely private from the farm house.  The cottages easily generate between €16,000 and €18,000 per annum from March to October/November.

Equestrian facilities:  Stable block with two stables for large horses, stabling for two small ponies (all with automated watering cups), numerous different post and rail paddocks and potential for many more depending on requirements plus a flat and open area for schooling horses.  There is also a very large tractor barn (metal structure with concrete floor) also good for parking cars or even storing hay.

Observatory:  There is an observatory in the same block as the stables with a roof that fully opens.  There is power and light in the observatory but also high quality telescopes.  The telescopes, if required by the buyer can be sold by separate negotiation.

Land:  Previously an organic fruit farm, there are 400 olive trees, orange/lemon grove, avocados plantation, fig trees, pomegranate trees and also huge mulberry trees located between the farm house and pool (used during the summer for relaxing in the shade). The olive crop brings in an income of approx. €2,000 when taken to the standard co-operative and more if sold to an organic co-operative.  Of course, some or all of the olives can be milled to produce first press extra virgin single estate organic olive oil.

A delightful stream runs through the land and there are 4 water wells plus a 700,000 litre water deposit.  There is an aviary/hen house and also a field designated for the keeping of free range hens.  Most of the land is on the flat or on a slight gradient and usable for may purposes (all fenced).  There is however some land that is steep and kept wild.

The location of the farm has a micro climate all of its own and most things can be grown year round with minor and basic protection during Jan/Feb/March.

Wildlife: The farm/land attracts a diverse mix of wildlife from migratory birds, butterflies, dragon flies, bees, tortoises, terrapins, wild boar and more.

Farming equipment, vehicles and machinery:  Everything is available for sale alongside the sale of the property but via separate negotiation.

Eco credentials:

Geothermal underfloor heating and cooling system:  This system of cooling and heating the main farm house is very clever, lowers the carbon footprint of the property and saves approx. 70% in energy bills!  The owner would be pleased to explain it all in detail should you be interested to learn more.

Bio-Bubble waste management system: An ingenious way to process waste and grey water to end up with the finished product that is, purified water.  This cleaned water can be used for whatever use you wish – horses, land, swimming pools etc.

Cavity wall insulation:  May sound standard, but not in Southern Spain!  This saves hugely on fuel costs relating to cooling and heating and of course stops any damp.

Roof insulation:  Again, this may sound standard, but not in Southern Span.  As above, this helps with cooling, heating and fuel costs.

Four water wells:  The wells produce water year round which is ideal when growing crops, keeping horses and filling swimming pools.  The water bill from the mains supply is minimal.

The huge 700,000 ltr water deposit: Water is pumped from the wells and into the deposit for use as required via different irrigation and watering systems.

Double glazed wooden windows:  Completely in keeping with the style of the property to include wooden shutters.

Reclaimed/not new where possible:  The owners who completely renovated this property from top to bottom sourced old doors, sinks, basins, floor tiles, light shades, ornamental stone, a wooden mantel for the sitting room fire and the list goes on. Re-purposing, re-using and renovating every finishing touch within the main house and cottages was done where possible.

Special finishing touches:

A sumptuous master bedroom suite awaits the buyer.  A very charming and romantic L shaped bedroom with soft seating and delightful bed chamber with feature beam and opulent curtains.  The dressing room is larger than most double bedrooms and the en-suite is also larger than the average double bedroom.  The en-suite bathroom is very special with a roll topped bath, massive walk-in shower with a huge rainfall shower head and his and hers vanity unit.

Locally hand painted tiles were commissioned for both the main house and the cottages which add charm, warmth and character.

Piped music throughout the entire farm house means a hand held devise such as a phone or iPod or even a music system can be plugged into the docking station in the sitting room and the music can be switchen on in any room in the house (to include the bathrooms).

Internet with WiFi is available throughout the farm house.

Sky TV (UK) via satellite can be enjoyed in the farm house.

Cinema room (what a luxury) is located in the basement where films can be projected and enjoyed with a sound system.

Large gym with numerous machines, free weights and rubber/cushioned floor is located in the basement.

Wine cellar for the storing of thousands of bottles of wine is located in the basement and the wine can be enjoyed on any one of the terraces above!

Using the farm house as a home with the cottages for use by your family and friends (with the removal of many of the fruit trees and different use of the stables) is very viable:

This very special home, in its unique location is very suitable for a family (as it is used now) or even a couple who want to entertain visiting friends and family.  If the fruit trees (all those except the olive trees) were to be removed, the land could be kept to mainly lawn with smaller garden areas irrigated and the rest left to nature and simply cut against fire risk during the summer.  There are many local farmers who would happily collect the olive harvest and prune the trees in return.

The stables (where the observatory is located) could be used as a summer house and observatory.  Horses do not need to be kept here.  Equally, the stables would be very good for storage.

The huge 700,000 ltr water deposit does not have to be used, nor the well water.

Potential for extending the equestrian facilities:

Take out a lot of the older citrus and avocado trees to increase the equestrian facilities and add a full size menage for schooling horses and also create more paddocks if desired.

Build/extend the stables for keeping more horses or use the tractor store by creating loose boxes.

Run equestrian holidays (see below for ideas to create further accommodation).

Potential for expanding the holiday rentals:

Rent out the cottages all year round.  The cottages have wood burning stoves and eco panel radiators could be installed in the bedrooms and shower rooms to create cosy cottages for year round enjoyment by guests.

Obtain a tourism licence/camping licence and install Yurts on the land.

A yoga retreat is very viable here on whatever scale you desire.

Run a produce farm:

Keep the organic status and create an organic olive farm by taking out some of the less profitable orange and lemon trees and planting more olive trees.  Then export organic single estate olive oil to Northern Europe (to top end restaurants and delicatessens etc.)

Grow specialist produce such as chillis, herbs etc. and again, export to Northern Europe.

Location – South of the farm house:

Almogia (just 2.5km from the house – 5 mins’ drive) is a very historic pueblo blanco (white village) that has the remains of a Moorish castle on the edge of the village.  There is everything needed for everyday living in Almogia – bar/restaurants, a large supermarket, small specialist shops, schools, sports facilities and a police station.

Campanillas & Puerto de la Torre (approx. 25 mins’ drive) are larger towns located South of Almogia, just on the outskirts of Malaga.  Here you will find petrol stations, major supermarkets and the coastal motorway.

Club de Golf de Guadalhorce (approx. 25 mins’ drive) is also located South of Almogia.

Malaga airport (approx. 35 mins’ drive) with numerous budget airlines flying in and out many times per day plus some International flights.

Malaga city (approx. 40 mins’s drive) is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that improves and becomes more desirable to visit every month that passes.  A beautiful and historic port city with marina, beaches, castle, cathedral, museums, fabulous restaurants and excellent shopping.

Location – North of the farm house:

The hamlet of Pastelero (approx. 20 mins’s drive) has two excellent bar/restaurants that serve local cuisine home-made from local produce.

The bustling white village/small town of Villanueva de la Concepcion (approx. 20 mins’ drive) has some great bar/restaurants and a good sports centre plus a petrol station.

El Torcal Natural Park (approx. 40 mins’ drive to the top), nominated for ‘World Heritage Status’ has unique rock formations and superb walking trails to follow.

Antequera city (approx. 45 mins’ drive) is a stunning and very historic city.  Here you will find everything needed for modern day living and a very good golf course – Antequera Golf.

If you are looking for a very special property for yourselves with a pool and then charming independent guest accommodation for your guests who also have their own swimming pool – you have found what you are looking for.  If you then want a large chunk of prime Andalucian countryside next to a river, to include your own stream then look no further.

Whatever your vision – the opportunities are endless…

Country Estate (Finca) for sale

€ 795,000 (1,747 €/m2)


Location: Almogia, Malaga province, Andalucia, Spain


Beds: 6 Baths: 4Pool: Yes
Built m2: 455 Plot m2: 100000


Condition: Resale


Ref: CPM - 297


Published at SPI: 11 months, 30 days ago


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This is a property advertisement provided and maintained by a third party, and does not constitute property particulars. The information and pictures (that may include CGIs/renders) published here are intended to give an overall impression, nothing more. Though published in good faith, SPI cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or validity of any of this information, and reserves the right to make changes at any time. SPI therefore accepts no liability arising from any reliance made by any reader or person to whom this information is made available to. As a general rule the price in €/m2, where available, is calculated using 50% of outside built terrace space, if any. Contact the vendor for definitive information, and never buy without the go-ahead from your lawyer.

Luxury farm house with eco credentials, 2 guest cottages, 2 swimming pools, stables, paddocks, tractor barn, observatory, cinema, gym and wine cellar – all set in 100,000M2


Marketed on behalf of the owner by Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

Contact Vendor

For sale direct from owner!

Rarely does luxury and eco get spoken about in the same sentence but with this fabulous home that is exactly what you get…

All the modern conveniences, comforts and high spec finishes, cleverly combined with eco credentials such as Geothermal underfloor heating and cooling, Bio-Bubble waste treatment system, reclaimed materials used wherever possible, double glazing, wall and roof insulation and an organic licence for the land.

Summary of the accommodation, land and equestrian facilities:  

Farm house: 1 master bedroom suite (bedroom, dressing room, bathroom), 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 cloakroom, kitchen/living/dining room, sitting room, study, playroom, utility room/boot room, pantry, cinema room, gym, wine cellar, Moorish covered terrace, Andalucian covered terrace, BBQ terrace, kidney shaped swimming pool, electric entrance gate with intercom system.

Guest (holiday rental) cottages: Two cottages, each with individual styling.  Both have a sitting/living/dining room, double bedroom, shower room and private sun terrace.  They share a large terrace and BBQ area plus a swimming pool.  The cottages are out of sight of the farm house, have their own entrance driveway and are completely private from the farm house.  The cottages easily generate between €16,000 and €18,000 per annum from March to October/November.

Equestrian facilities:  Stable block with two stables for large horses, stabling for two small ponies (all with automated watering cups), numerous different post and rail paddocks and potential for many more depending on requirements plus a flat and open area for schooling horses.  There is also a very large tractor barn (metal structure with concrete floor) also good for parking cars or even storing hay.

Observatory:  There is an observatory in the same block as the stables with a roof that fully opens.  There is power and light in the observatory but also high quality telescopes.  The telescopes, if required by the buyer can be sold by separate negotiation.

Land:  Previously an organic fruit farm, there are 400 olive trees, orange/lemon grove, avocados plantation, fig trees, pomegranate trees and also huge mulberry trees located between the farm house and pool (used during the summer for relaxing in the shade). The olive crop brings in an income of approx. €2,000 when taken to the standard co-operative and more if sold to an organic co-operative.  Of course, some or all of the olives can be milled to produce first press extra virgin single estate organic olive oil.

A delightful stream runs through the land and there are 4 water wells plus a 700,000 litre water deposit.  There is an aviary/hen house and also a field designated for the keeping of free range hens.  Most of the land is on the flat or on a slight gradient and usable for may purposes (all fenced).  There is however some land that is steep and kept wild.

The location of the farm has a micro climate all of its own and most things can be grown year round with minor and basic protection during Jan/Feb/March.

Wildlife: The farm/land attracts a diverse mix of wildlife from migratory birds, butterflies, dragon flies, bees, tortoises, terrapins, wild boar and more.

Farming equipment, vehicles and machinery:  Everything is available for sale alongside the sale of the property but via separate negotiation.

Eco credentials:

Geothermal underfloor heating and cooling system:  This system of cooling and heating the main farm house is very clever, lowers the carbon footprint of the property and saves approx. 70% in energy bills!  The owner would be pleased to explain it all in detail should you be interested to learn more.

Bio-Bubble waste management system: An ingenious way to process waste and grey water to end up with the finished product that is, purified water.  This cleaned water can be used for whatever use you wish – horses, land, swimming pools etc.

Cavity wall insulation:  May sound standard, but not in Southern Spain!  This saves hugely on fuel costs relating to cooling and heating and of course stops any damp.

Roof insulation:  Again, this may sound standard, but not in Southern Span.  As above, this helps with cooling, heating and fuel costs.

Four water wells:  The wells produce water year round which is ideal when growing crops, keeping horses and filling swimming pools.  The water bill from the mains supply is minimal.

The huge 700,000 ltr water deposit: Water is pumped from the wells and into the deposit for use as required via different irrigation and watering systems.

Double glazed wooden windows:  Completely in keeping with the style of the property to include wooden shutters.

Reclaimed/not new where possible:  The owners who completely renovated this property from top to bottom sourced old doors, sinks, basins, floor tiles, light shades, ornamental stone, a wooden mantel for the sitting room fire and the list goes on. Re-purposing, re-using and renovating every finishing touch within the main house and cottages was done where possible.

Special finishing touches:

A sumptuous master bedroom suite awaits the buyer.  A very charming and romantic L shaped bedroom with soft seating and delightful bed chamber with feature beam and opulent curtains.  The dressing room is larger than most double bedrooms and the en-suite is also larger than the average double bedroom.  The en-suite bathroom is very special with a roll topped bath, massive walk-in shower with a huge rainfall shower head and his and hers vanity unit.

Locally hand painted tiles were commissioned for both the main house and the cottages which add charm, warmth and character.

Piped music throughout the entire farm house means a hand held devise such as a phone or iPod or even a music system can be plugged into the docking station in the sitting room and the music can be switchen on in any room in the house (to include the bathrooms).

Internet with WiFi is available throughout the farm house.

Sky TV (UK) via satellite can be enjoyed in the farm house.

Cinema room (what a luxury) is located in the basement where films can be projected and enjoyed with a sound system.

Large gym with numerous machines, free weights and rubber/cushioned floor is located in the basement.

Wine cellar for the storing of thousands of bottles of wine is located in the basement and the wine can be enjoyed on any one of the terraces above!

Using the farm house as a home with the cottages for use by your family and friends (with the removal of many of the fruit trees and different use of the stables) is very viable:

This very special home, in its unique location is very suitable for a family (as it is used now) or even a couple who want to entertain visiting friends and family.  If the fruit trees (all those except the olive trees) were to be removed, the land could be kept to mainly lawn with smaller garden areas irrigated and the rest left to nature and simply cut against fire risk during the summer.  There are many local farmers who would happily collect the olive harvest and prune the trees in return.

The stables (where the observatory is located) could be used as a summer house and observatory.  Horses do not need to be kept here.  Equally, the stables would be very good for storage.

The huge 700,000 ltr water deposit does not have to be used, nor the well water.

Potential for extending the equestrian facilities:

Take out a lot of the older citrus and avocado trees to increase the equestrian facilities and add a full size menage for schooling horses and also create more paddocks if desired.

Build/extend the stables for keeping more horses or use the tractor store by creating loose boxes.

Run equestrian holidays (see below for ideas to create further accommodation).

Potential for expanding the holiday rentals:

Rent out the cottages all year round.  The cottages have wood burning stoves and eco panel radiators could be installed in the bedrooms and shower rooms to create cosy cottages for year round enjoyment by guests.

Obtain a tourism licence/camping licence and install Yurts on the land.

A yoga retreat is very viable here on whatever scale you desire.

Run a produce farm:

Keep the organic status and create an organic olive farm by taking out some of the less profitable orange and lemon trees and planting more olive trees.  Then export organic single estate olive oil to Northern Europe (to top end restaurants and delicatessens etc.)

Grow specialist produce such as chillis, herbs etc. and again, export to Northern Europe.

Location – South of the farm house:

Almogia (just 2.5km from the house – 5 mins’ drive) is a very historic pueblo blanco (white village) that has the remains of a Moorish castle on the edge of the village.  There is everything needed for everyday living in Almogia – bar/restaurants, a large supermarket, small specialist shops, schools, sports facilities and a police station.

Campanillas & Puerto de la Torre (approx. 25 mins’ drive) are larger towns located South of Almogia, just on the outskirts of Malaga.  Here you will find petrol stations, major supermarkets and the coastal motorway.

Club de Golf de Guadalhorce (approx. 25 mins’ drive) is also located South of Almogia.

Malaga airport (approx. 35 mins’ drive) with numerous budget airlines flying in and out many times per day plus some International flights.

Malaga city (approx. 40 mins’s drive) is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that improves and becomes more desirable to visit every month that passes.  A beautiful and historic port city with marina, beaches, castle, cathedral, museums, fabulous restaurants and excellent shopping.

Location – North of the farm house:

The hamlet of Pastelero (approx. 20 mins’s drive) has two excellent bar/restaurants that serve local cuisine home-made from local produce.

The bustling white village/small town of Villanueva de la Concepcion (approx. 20 mins’ drive) has some great bar/restaurants and a good sports centre plus a petrol station.

El Torcal Natural Park (approx. 40 mins’ drive to the top), nominated for ‘World Heritage Status’ has unique rock formations and superb walking trails to follow.

Antequera city (approx. 45 mins’ drive) is a stunning and very historic city.  Here you will find everything needed for modern day living and a very good golf course – Antequera Golf.

If you are looking for a very special property for yourselves with a pool and then charming independent guest accommodation for your guests who also have their own swimming pool – you have found what you are looking for.  If you then want a large chunk of prime Andalucian countryside next to a river, to include your own stream then look no further.

Whatever your vision – the opportunities are endless…

This is a property advertisement provided and maintained by a third party, and does not constitute property particulars. The information and pictures (that may include CGIs/renders) published here are intended to give an overall impression, nothing more. Though published in good faith, SPI cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or validity of any of this information, and reserves the right to make changes at any time. SPI therefore accepts no liability arising from any reliance made by any reader or person to whom this information is made available to. As a general rule the price in €/m2, where available, is calculated using 50% of outside built terrace space, if any. Contact the vendor for definitive information, and never buy without the go-ahead from your lawyer.