Immaculate country home with paperwork as well considered and comforting as the quality of it’s build

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For sale direct from owner!

Impeccable high standards with regards to the building project and the legal paperwork associated with it

This immaculate home was built for and has been lived in permanently by a British couple since 2003.  The discerning couple went to great lengths to ensure the architectural project was perfect and reflected a modern home but one that blended impeccably into the landscape as a traditional Andalucian country property.

The paperwork that went through the town hall in order to obtain all the correct permissions was also done in a first class manner.  The property has all the correct permits to include:

♦  Full building project by a prestigious architect.

♦  A building permit for works to commence.

♦  End of works licence that signs off the build to say all has been done according to the plans submitted to the town hall.

♦  Licence of first occupation; permission by the town hall to say the property can be legally inhabited and insured accordingly (building and contents insurance).  There are few country homes in Analucia, built on ‘rustic’ land that have one of these much prized licences of first occupations, known as LFOs or Licencia de Primera Occupacion).

♦  Registration of the property and land in the Property Register using the deeds of the property (escritura).  This has been done and includes every square meter of the property.

♦  Registered in the Catastro for the purposes of paying rates on all built areas, fees for rubbish collection plus legal registration of the land boundaries.

First class construction

The current owners selected the land for its 360 degree countryside and mountain views where there are no immediate neighbours.  Complete privacy was guaranteed!  No further properties can be built on ‘rustic’ (land in the countryside due to strict laws enforced not long after permission was given for this house to be built), so the privacy and views will remain as they are.

Once the land was purchased, the owners set about working with a well renowned architect to create a beautiful home that reflected where it was located to ensure it blended into the environment.

Construction was to a high specification to protect against earthquakes, damp (the house has cavity walls plus a damp course).  There is oil fired central heating throughout the property.

The entire property has terracotta floor tiles throughout except for the bathrooms, wrought iron, wooden Andalucian iron studded front door, dark wood effect double glazing throughout to include French doors and ceiling beams were installed where appropriate to create character and drama.

The house flows beautifully

♦  Covered alfresco lounging and dining areas that wrap around the ground floor of the property in an L shape.  The covered terraced frames the views in many arches.

♦  The two bedrooms on the first floor and mezzanine all benefit from access to balconies that take in the outstanding countryside and mountain views.

♦  The mezzanine floor overlooks the lounge and can have a variety of uses such as an office, second lounge, or even a fourth bedroom. It also has access through French doors to a balcony with outstanding views.

♦  The entrance porch is immediately impressive, finished with local stone and a beamed ceiling.

♦  The entrance hallway invites you into the home and has feature floor tiling, a huge cupboard for convenience and a shower room which doubles as a guest W.C. immediately next to the ground floor double bedroom which has fitted wardrobes.

♦   An impressive staircase then rises from the entrance hall to the first floor

♦  The living/dining room is not only split level but also double height and features a mezzanine level and fireplace with wood burning stove.  This is a light filled room with many windows and French doors that open onto the covered terrace.  The views can be appreciated from all angles.

♦  The remaining two bedrooms are large doubles with fitted wardrobes and are on the first floor.  Each bedroom has access onto the first floor balcony, large enough for sitting/dining (perfect for breakfast!) and lounging to enjoy the sun.

♦  The master bedroom suite is very large with dressing area and fitted wardrobes plus sumptuous en-suite bathroom with oval bath, huge walk-in shower, basin, bidet and w.c. (a white suite).  The tiling is a contemporary dusky grey/blue and white.

♦  The guest bathrooms are also generous in size and with quality fittings on the first and ground floors.

Communications:

♦  Internet is currently provided free of charge because there is a repeater attached to the house (to provide the wider area with internet).  The internet provider gives the owners free internet/WiFi (4MB) in return for the location of the repeater.  The speed provided is sufficient to stream international TV as required.  This could be continued with the agreement of the internet company and the new owners.

♦  Satellite TV provided by Icecrypt (all free to view UK channels received BBC, ITV, CH4, CH5 etc)

♦  Telephone is available via the internet provider if required.

Amenities to the property:

♦  Mains electricity is connected and an enhanced supply provided (three phase).

♦  Solar panels are in place and provide hot water throughout the year on appropriate sunny days  There is an immersion for top up on the odd cloudy day. The solar hot water tank holds 300ltrs of water.

♦  Central heating is via an oil fired boiler (by Lamborghini).  There is a 1000ltr tank which normally lasts the entire year and is delivered by tanker within 3 days’ notice of ordering.

♦  Mains water is connected plus a legal well is installed, drilled to a depth where water has never run dry.  A pump brings water up to the water storage deposit (13,000 litre capacity).  The water well is fully registered to the property for private use.

♦  A water deposit of 6000ltrs – this is ‘grey’ water from the house and rainwater cleaned through a separate septic tank and used to irrigate the garden. The toilets have a separate second septic tank.

♦  Land perforations 100M deep to save on use of water.

Gardens, the land and trees

The land has approximately 550 trees on it.  Each year the olives have yielded approximately 1 ton of olives and the current owners enjoy their own olive oil.  Also, approximately 1 ton of almonds are collected (these are currently traded with a neighbouring farmer in exchange for help with pruning and caring for the trees). This could be discontinued or continued as no formal contracts are in place.

Access and proximity to Casarabonela:

Casarabonela is 10 mins’ drive away.  5 mins’ drive on a mixture of gravel, concrete and tarmac and a further 5 mins on the main roads into the town.

The town of Casarabonela

The municipality is autonomous within the Malaga province and has a population of just under 3,000.  It is at 514 meters above sea level and is 48km from Malaga.  It is an historic and pretty town with a grand church, schools, shops, bars and restaurants.  There are two large supermarkets to include an Eroski plus independent shops such as butchers, bakers, ironmongers, hairdressers etc.  Of course, there is a 24hr medical centre with ambulance on stand-by within the area for emergencies.  The town has many festivals and celebrations to join in with throughout the year.

Malaga city and airport (45 mins’ drive)

Malaga city is now a world-renowned destination, voted in the top 10 places to visit in 2016.  Historic and beautiful Malaga city has something for everyone and is often overlooked.  The new marina with cruise terminal adds a contemporary twist to the city whilst the Moorish castle and roman amphitheatre remind us how old Malaga city is!

Malaga airport improves its budget and international flights every few months. It is a busy and very handy airport to be only 45 mins’ drive away from!

Country House (Cortijo, Masia) for sale

€ 549,000 (1,664 €/m2)


Location: Casarabonela, Malaga province, Andalucia, Spain


Beds: 3 Baths: 3
Built m2: 330 Plot m2: 30000


Condition: Resale


Ref: CPM - 382


Published at SPI: 7 months, 26 days ago


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For sale direct from the owners, advert by Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

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.

Immaculate country home with paperwork as well considered and comforting as the quality of it’s build


Marketed on behalf of the owner by Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

Contact Vendor

For sale direct from owner!

Impeccable high standards with regards to the building project and the legal paperwork associated with it

This immaculate home was built for and has been lived in permanently by a British couple since 2003.  The discerning couple went to great lengths to ensure the architectural project was perfect and reflected a modern home but one that blended impeccably into the landscape as a traditional Andalucian country property.

The paperwork that went through the town hall in order to obtain all the correct permissions was also done in a first class manner.  The property has all the correct permits to include:

♦  Full building project by a prestigious architect.

♦  A building permit for works to commence.

♦  End of works licence that signs off the build to say all has been done according to the plans submitted to the town hall.

♦  Licence of first occupation; permission by the town hall to say the property can be legally inhabited and insured accordingly (building and contents insurance).  There are few country homes in Analucia, built on ‘rustic’ land that have one of these much prized licences of first occupations, known as LFOs or Licencia de Primera Occupacion).

♦  Registration of the property and land in the Property Register using the deeds of the property (escritura).  This has been done and includes every square meter of the property.

♦  Registered in the Catastro for the purposes of paying rates on all built areas, fees for rubbish collection plus legal registration of the land boundaries.

First class construction

The current owners selected the land for its 360 degree countryside and mountain views where there are no immediate neighbours.  Complete privacy was guaranteed!  No further properties can be built on ‘rustic’ (land in the countryside due to strict laws enforced not long after permission was given for this house to be built), so the privacy and views will remain as they are.

Once the land was purchased, the owners set about working with a well renowned architect to create a beautiful home that reflected where it was located to ensure it blended into the environment.

Construction was to a high specification to protect against earthquakes, damp (the house has cavity walls plus a damp course).  There is oil fired central heating throughout the property.

The entire property has terracotta floor tiles throughout except for the bathrooms, wrought iron, wooden Andalucian iron studded front door, dark wood effect double glazing throughout to include French doors and ceiling beams were installed where appropriate to create character and drama.

The house flows beautifully

♦  Covered alfresco lounging and dining areas that wrap around the ground floor of the property in an L shape.  The covered terraced frames the views in many arches.

♦  The two bedrooms on the first floor and mezzanine all benefit from access to balconies that take in the outstanding countryside and mountain views.

♦  The mezzanine floor overlooks the lounge and can have a variety of uses such as an office, second lounge, or even a fourth bedroom. It also has access through French doors to a balcony with outstanding views.

♦  The entrance porch is immediately impressive, finished with local stone and a beamed ceiling.

♦  The entrance hallway invites you into the home and has feature floor tiling, a huge cupboard for convenience and a shower room which doubles as a guest W.C. immediately next to the ground floor double bedroom which has fitted wardrobes.

♦   An impressive staircase then rises from the entrance hall to the first floor

♦  The living/dining room is not only split level but also double height and features a mezzanine level and fireplace with wood burning stove.  This is a light filled room with many windows and French doors that open onto the covered terrace.  The views can be appreciated from all angles.

♦  The remaining two bedrooms are large doubles with fitted wardrobes and are on the first floor.  Each bedroom has access onto the first floor balcony, large enough for sitting/dining (perfect for breakfast!) and lounging to enjoy the sun.

♦  The master bedroom suite is very large with dressing area and fitted wardrobes plus sumptuous en-suite bathroom with oval bath, huge walk-in shower, basin, bidet and w.c. (a white suite).  The tiling is a contemporary dusky grey/blue and white.

♦  The guest bathrooms are also generous in size and with quality fittings on the first and ground floors.

Communications:

♦  Internet is currently provided free of charge because there is a repeater attached to the house (to provide the wider area with internet).  The internet provider gives the owners free internet/WiFi (4MB) in return for the location of the repeater.  The speed provided is sufficient to stream international TV as required.  This could be continued with the agreement of the internet company and the new owners.

♦  Satellite TV provided by Icecrypt (all free to view UK channels received BBC, ITV, CH4, CH5 etc)

♦  Telephone is available via the internet provider if required.

Amenities to the property:

♦  Mains electricity is connected and an enhanced supply provided (three phase).

♦  Solar panels are in place and provide hot water throughout the year on appropriate sunny days  There is an immersion for top up on the odd cloudy day. The solar hot water tank holds 300ltrs of water.

♦  Central heating is via an oil fired boiler (by Lamborghini).  There is a 1000ltr tank which normally lasts the entire year and is delivered by tanker within 3 days’ notice of ordering.

♦  Mains water is connected plus a legal well is installed, drilled to a depth where water has never run dry.  A pump brings water up to the water storage deposit (13,000 litre capacity).  The water well is fully registered to the property for private use.

♦  A water deposit of 6000ltrs – this is ‘grey’ water from the house and rainwater cleaned through a separate septic tank and used to irrigate the garden. The toilets have a separate second septic tank.

♦  Land perforations 100M deep to save on use of water.

Gardens, the land and trees

The land has approximately 550 trees on it.  Each year the olives have yielded approximately 1 ton of olives and the current owners enjoy their own olive oil.  Also, approximately 1 ton of almonds are collected (these are currently traded with a neighbouring farmer in exchange for help with pruning and caring for the trees). This could be discontinued or continued as no formal contracts are in place.

Access and proximity to Casarabonela:

Casarabonela is 10 mins’ drive away.  5 mins’ drive on a mixture of gravel, concrete and tarmac and a further 5 mins on the main roads into the town.

The town of Casarabonela

The municipality is autonomous within the Malaga province and has a population of just under 3,000.  It is at 514 meters above sea level and is 48km from Malaga.  It is an historic and pretty town with a grand church, schools, shops, bars and restaurants.  There are two large supermarkets to include an Eroski plus independent shops such as butchers, bakers, ironmongers, hairdressers etc.  Of course, there is a 24hr medical centre with ambulance on stand-by within the area for emergencies.  The town has many festivals and celebrations to join in with throughout the year.

Malaga city and airport (45 mins’ drive)

Malaga city is now a world-renowned destination, voted in the top 10 places to visit in 2016.  Historic and beautiful Malaga city has something for everyone and is often overlooked.  The new marina with cruise terminal adds a contemporary twist to the city whilst the Moorish castle and roman amphitheatre remind us how old Malaga city is!

Malaga airport improves its budget and international flights every few months. It is a busy and very handy airport to be only 45 mins’ drive away from!

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.