Excellent quality villa set into an impressive elevated mountain backdrop with spectacular views, excellent access (no dirt track), 2 mins walk to a venta/bar/restaurant

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For sale direct from the owners!

This excellent quality villa of 164M2, originally built in 1990 by a discerning German couple, has qualities about it that you will not find in the average Spanish home. It sits in a plot of 3,028M2 and equally, the setting and access are exceptional. The geographical area is known as the ‘Pyrenees of the South’ and access to the property is via a quality country road and then a 150m concrete drive up to the villa.

The villa sits proudly above almost everything and everyone, yet conveniently, it has a local venta (local bar serving simple cuisine of the area) just 200 meters away at the bottom of the driveway. This immediately integrates you into the area of Alfarnatejo and offers convenience also, if desired.

If you are searching for comfortable year round living with… a land-line telephone & broadband Internet, air-conditioning, gas fired central heating, a sauna, a roof terrace, Jacuzzi, a large wood burning stove, impressive dining room that is fully glazed and can be opened for year round enjoyment of the vistas and seasons, a garage, a hobby studio in the garden, a three chamber basement (the perfect workshop plus wine cellar), an animal shelter with fenced run, beautifully planted and mature Mediterranean tiered garden, a pond with Koi Carp and waterfall… then this could be the property for you!

Convenience combines superbly with natural wonders… birds of prey will soar not far above your head whilst you dine alfresco, walking trails are on the doorstep so dog walking and hiking can be enjoyed easily. Mountain goats, deer, wild boar, foxes and badgers can easily be seen whilst enjoying the outdoors. Star gazing year round is a real delight and all this… with a municipal swimming pool and sports complex in Alfarnatejo moments away plus a mini supermarket in Alfarnate just 10 mins’ drive.

It is rare to be able to enjoy some of the most spectacular mountain views Spain has to offer at 624 meters above sea level and not suffer isolation and lack of modern day comforts. This villa has the, ‘best of both worlds’ with the coast at Torre del Mar being only 30 mins’ drive away and Malaga historic centre just 40 mins’ drive.

Accommodation

Set over two floor with the reception rooms being downstairs together with bedroom 3/study and a family bathroom. Two double bedrooms are on the first floor with an additional bathroom.

Ground floor entrance hall is a good size and doubles as a cloakroom/boot room plus an under the stairs cupboard is very useful. All rooms on the ground floor are accessed off the entrance hall and stairs rise to the first floor.

Living/dining room is very spacious and triple aspect to take advantage of the amazing views. The end of the room closest to the kitchen accommodates a large dining table. The soft seating lounging area is at the front of the room with amazing vistas whichever way you look. In the middle of the room is a large wood burning stove. The room also benefits from gas fired central heating to radiators and an air-conditioning unit (cooling & heating).

Kitchen with walk-in pantry is not the largest kitchen but it is well formed to include a range cooker fitted base units and the walk-in pantry. The pantry means that less storage space is required in the main part of the kitchen. If desired, the pantry could be knocked into the kitchen to increase the size and absorb the window of the pantry into the kitchen.

Fully glazed dining room is accessed off the kitchen and it takes in the most amazing views of impressive limestone rock faces and also the surrounding countryside. The glazing opens so you feel as though you are dining more, alfresco as the seasons dictate. This charming room also overlooks the front of the land where the pond and waterfall are located. You look down on the beautiful Koi Carp who swim in the pond. From this room you step out onto a balcony and then stairs go down into the front part of the garden.

Ground floor bedroom 3 is a double, currently used more as a study. The location on the ground floor with the use of a ground floor bathroom is ideal for those who do not wish to use the stairs.

Ground floor bathroom is very conveniently located for visiting guests and use when using the reception room. It is accessed off the entrance hall and close to the front door. It accommodates a full length bath with shower over, vanity basin and w.c. The suite is in white and the room has a Moorish feel.

First floor landing is reached via a sweeping staircase. Off the landing you access the two first floor double bedrooms and second family bathroom.

Bedroom 1 (master) has the bonus of French doors opening onto a spacious roof terrace that has sun from dawn until dusk and spectacular mountain and countryside views. This room benefits from a cooling breeze that flows through the room during the summer. On the roof terrace is located a 4 to 6 person sauna and sun loungers for soaking up the sun whilst enjoying the magnificent view.

Bedroom 2 is a double with French doors that open onto the roof terrace.

First floor bathroom has a white suite, white tiles and full length bath with shower over.

Bonus additions & comforts

Sauna for 4 to 6 people with 40,000BTU / = 11.7 KwH Ultra V240 propane heater located on the roof terrace.

Jacuzzi 6 person Softub Resort 300+ spa. This can be enjoyed hot during the winter and cold during the summer with star gazing being a real treat whilst relaxing.

Specification of the property to include communications

Heating & hot water via a central heating system to 9 x hot water radiators via a Saunier Duval Combi boiler that is fed by 2 rows of x 6 propane cylinder tanks located outside in an under the stairs storage room. When first row of gas cylinders runs out, you turn a lever to open the second whilst you order more cylinders to be brought to the house. There is also the large wood burning stove in the living/dining room.

Gas supplies & cost – gas is delivered with ease and is used for the central heating and hot water, the sauna and BBQ with an average cost of €23 per month.

Double glazing is throughout the entire property except the informal glazed dining room.

Air-conditioning unit to the living/dining room (cooling & heating).

Cavity wall and insulation throughout maintains a comfortable environment to live in throughout the seasons.

Land-line telephone with local number.

Broadband Internet via radio link (variable 10-15 Mb speed) which is so rare in the countryside – a real advantage. There is sufficient speed for streaming television or running a home office.

Satellite TV dish (120cm) is located on the roof terrace and this dish can be realigned for accessing the television channels of many Northern European countries.

Outbuildings & features

Garage of 25M2 with power, light and a window. It is currently used as a log store and storage room as it is located right next to the front door of the villa.

Basement with 3 chambers 80M2. Basement with 3 chambers concreted throughout. The second chamber is fitted out as a workshop with workbenches and ample tool storage space. The third chamber has a utility sink and shelving and is ideal for a wine cellar. There is power and light in the basement throughout. The first chamber is large and vacant. It would make a fabulous covered lounging dining area that is very cool in summer and overlooks the front garden. Some white paint and soft furnishing and the transformation could be made. The huge metal doors could be removed or retained.

Ideal location for an above ground pool that would look dug in is located just outside the doors of the basement. The land naturally drops here by quite a few meters and an above ground pool could easily be located here on a bed of soft sand and decking put around the pool. This would immediately give the impression of a dug in pool with infinity effect. It would be classed as a removable structure so should by-pass Andalucian land laws that currently restrict the construction of concrete and steel swimming pools on ‘Rustic’ land (countryside land).

Hobby house/wooden chalet 3M x 5M is located in the front part of the garden and is currently used as a artist’s studio. This wooden building has windows and is light and airy. Suitable for all kind of uses and hobbies.

Pond of 4,000ltrs with waterfall currently houses many mature, multi-coloured and large Koi Carp fish and flowering water loving plants.

Animal shelter with fenced and secure hen or dog run. This 8m2 brick and tiled outhouse is currently used as a dog kennel with secure fenced run. Ideal for keeping hens, dogs or whichever animal you desire. Or it can be used for further storage or a different use. This location is also superb for an above ground pool with the 8M2 brick outbuilding being used as a pool house for the filtration system and storage of pool cleaning equipment.

Car port is a large, canopied parking /turning area behind the property at end of the concrete driveway.

Landscaped & tiered mature garden planted with flowering cacti, flowering succulents, many Mediterranean shrubs and flowers, 14 cypress pines, 5 black pines, 2 protected oak trees, aloe vera, agave, prickly pear, lavender, thyme, rosemary and the list goes on.

Olive orchard of 22 trees provides either a large quantity of single estate, first pressed extra virgin olive oil (75 to 100 ltrs per annum) or the olives (400 to 600 kilos) can be exchanged at the co-operative for money (so a small income if preferred).

Grape vine pergola and seating area is at the side of the house with a table and chairs that are of concrete and tiled.

Rear terrace is mainly in sunshine until early afternoon. It is an ideal alfresco dining area for enjoying the beautiful tiered garden and the magnificent limestone mountain rock faces that rise behind the property.

House-Villa for sale

€ 299,995 (1,829 €/m2)


Location: Alfarnatejo, Malaga province, Andalucia, Spain


Beds: 3 Baths: 2
Built m2: 164 Plot m2: 3028


Condition: Resale


Ref: CPM - 630


Published at SPI: 25 days ago


Tags: Aircon, Fireplace, Parking, Storeroom, Walking distance amenities


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

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.

Excellent quality villa set into an impressive elevated mountain backdrop with spectacular views, excellent access (no dirt track), 2 mins walk to a venta/bar/restaurant


Marketed on behalf of the owner by Creative Property Marketing

Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

Contact Vendor

For sale direct from the owners!

This excellent quality villa of 164M2, originally built in 1990 by a discerning German couple, has qualities about it that you will not find in the average Spanish home. It sits in a plot of 3,028M2 and equally, the setting and access are exceptional. The geographical area is known as the ‘Pyrenees of the South’ and access to the property is via a quality country road and then a 150m concrete drive up to the villa.

The villa sits proudly above almost everything and everyone, yet conveniently, it has a local venta (local bar serving simple cuisine of the area) just 200 meters away at the bottom of the driveway. This immediately integrates you into the area of Alfarnatejo and offers convenience also, if desired.

If you are searching for comfortable year round living with… a land-line telephone & broadband Internet, air-conditioning, gas fired central heating, a sauna, a roof terrace, Jacuzzi, a large wood burning stove, impressive dining room that is fully glazed and can be opened for year round enjoyment of the vistas and seasons, a garage, a hobby studio in the garden, a three chamber basement (the perfect workshop plus wine cellar), an animal shelter with fenced run, beautifully planted and mature Mediterranean tiered garden, a pond with Koi Carp and waterfall… then this could be the property for you!

Convenience combines superbly with natural wonders… birds of prey will soar not far above your head whilst you dine alfresco, walking trails are on the doorstep so dog walking and hiking can be enjoyed easily. Mountain goats, deer, wild boar, foxes and badgers can easily be seen whilst enjoying the outdoors. Star gazing year round is a real delight and all this… with a municipal swimming pool and sports complex in Alfarnatejo moments away plus a mini supermarket in Alfarnate just 10 mins’ drive.

It is rare to be able to enjoy some of the most spectacular mountain views Spain has to offer at 624 meters above sea level and not suffer isolation and lack of modern day comforts. This villa has the, ‘best of both worlds’ with the coast at Torre del Mar being only 30 mins’ drive away and Malaga historic centre just 40 mins’ drive.

Accommodation

Set over two floor with the reception rooms being downstairs together with bedroom 3/study and a family bathroom. Two double bedrooms are on the first floor with an additional bathroom.

Ground floor entrance hall is a good size and doubles as a cloakroom/boot room plus an under the stairs cupboard is very useful. All rooms on the ground floor are accessed off the entrance hall and stairs rise to the first floor.

Living/dining room is very spacious and triple aspect to take advantage of the amazing views. The end of the room closest to the kitchen accommodates a large dining table. The soft seating lounging area is at the front of the room with amazing vistas whichever way you look. In the middle of the room is a large wood burning stove. The room also benefits from gas fired central heating to radiators and an air-conditioning unit (cooling & heating).

Kitchen with walk-in pantry is not the largest kitchen but it is well formed to include a range cooker fitted base units and the walk-in pantry. The pantry means that less storage space is required in the main part of the kitchen. If desired, the pantry could be knocked into the kitchen to increase the size and absorb the window of the pantry into the kitchen.

Fully glazed dining room is accessed off the kitchen and it takes in the most amazing views of impressive limestone rock faces and also the surrounding countryside. The glazing opens so you feel as though you are dining more, alfresco as the seasons dictate. This charming room also overlooks the front of the land where the pond and waterfall are located. You look down on the beautiful Koi Carp who swim in the pond. From this room you step out onto a balcony and then stairs go down into the front part of the garden.

Ground floor bedroom 3 is a double, currently used more as a study. The location on the ground floor with the use of a ground floor bathroom is ideal for those who do not wish to use the stairs.

Ground floor bathroom is very conveniently located for visiting guests and use when using the reception room. It is accessed off the entrance hall and close to the front door. It accommodates a full length bath with shower over, vanity basin and w.c. The suite is in white and the room has a Moorish feel.

First floor landing is reached via a sweeping staircase. Off the landing you access the two first floor double bedrooms and second family bathroom.

Bedroom 1 (master) has the bonus of French doors opening onto a spacious roof terrace that has sun from dawn until dusk and spectacular mountain and countryside views. This room benefits from a cooling breeze that flows through the room during the summer. On the roof terrace is located a 4 to 6 person sauna and sun loungers for soaking up the sun whilst enjoying the magnificent view.

Bedroom 2 is a double with French doors that open onto the roof terrace.

First floor bathroom has a white suite, white tiles and full length bath with shower over.

Bonus additions & comforts

Sauna for 4 to 6 people with 40,000BTU / = 11.7 KwH Ultra V240 propane heater located on the roof terrace.

Jacuzzi 6 person Softub Resort 300+ spa. This can be enjoyed hot during the winter and cold during the summer with star gazing being a real treat whilst relaxing.

Specification of the property to include communications

Heating & hot water via a central heating system to 9 x hot water radiators via a Saunier Duval Combi boiler that is fed by 2 rows of x 6 propane cylinder tanks located outside in an under the stairs storage room. When first row of gas cylinders runs out, you turn a lever to open the second whilst you order more cylinders to be brought to the house. There is also the large wood burning stove in the living/dining room.

Gas supplies & cost – gas is delivered with ease and is used for the central heating and hot water, the sauna and BBQ with an average cost of €23 per month.

Double glazing is throughout the entire property except the informal glazed dining room.

Air-conditioning unit to the living/dining room (cooling & heating).

Cavity wall and insulation throughout maintains a comfortable environment to live in throughout the seasons.

Land-line telephone with local number.

Broadband Internet via radio link (variable 10-15 Mb speed) which is so rare in the countryside – a real advantage. There is sufficient speed for streaming television or running a home office.

Satellite TV dish (120cm) is located on the roof terrace and this dish can be realigned for accessing the television channels of many Northern European countries.

Outbuildings & features

Garage of 25M2 with power, light and a window. It is currently used as a log store and storage room as it is located right next to the front door of the villa.

Basement with 3 chambers 80M2. Basement with 3 chambers concreted throughout. The second chamber is fitted out as a workshop with workbenches and ample tool storage space. The third chamber has a utility sink and shelving and is ideal for a wine cellar. There is power and light in the basement throughout. The first chamber is large and vacant. It would make a fabulous covered lounging dining area that is very cool in summer and overlooks the front garden. Some white paint and soft furnishing and the transformation could be made. The huge metal doors could be removed or retained.

Ideal location for an above ground pool that would look dug in is located just outside the doors of the basement. The land naturally drops here by quite a few meters and an above ground pool could easily be located here on a bed of soft sand and decking put around the pool. This would immediately give the impression of a dug in pool with infinity effect. It would be classed as a removable structure so should by-pass Andalucian land laws that currently restrict the construction of concrete and steel swimming pools on ‘Rustic’ land (countryside land).

Hobby house/wooden chalet 3M x 5M is located in the front part of the garden and is currently used as a artist’s studio. This wooden building has windows and is light and airy. Suitable for all kind of uses and hobbies.

Pond of 4,000ltrs with waterfall currently houses many mature, multi-coloured and large Koi Carp fish and flowering water loving plants.

Animal shelter with fenced and secure hen or dog run. This 8m2 brick and tiled outhouse is currently used as a dog kennel with secure fenced run. Ideal for keeping hens, dogs or whichever animal you desire. Or it can be used for further storage or a different use. This location is also superb for an above ground pool with the 8M2 brick outbuilding being used as a pool house for the filtration system and storage of pool cleaning equipment.

Car port is a large, canopied parking /turning area behind the property at end of the concrete driveway.

Landscaped & tiered mature garden planted with flowering cacti, flowering succulents, many Mediterranean shrubs and flowers, 14 cypress pines, 5 black pines, 2 protected oak trees, aloe vera, agave, prickly pear, lavender, thyme, rosemary and the list goes on.

Olive orchard of 22 trees provides either a large quantity of single estate, first pressed extra virgin olive oil (75 to 100 ltrs per annum) or the olives (400 to 600 kilos) can be exchanged at the co-operative for money (so a small income if preferred).

Grape vine pergola and seating area is at the side of the house with a table and chairs that are of concrete and tiled.

Rear terrace is mainly in sunshine until early afternoon. It is an ideal alfresco dining area for enjoying the beautiful tiered garden and the magnificent limestone mountain rock faces that rise behind the property.

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.