Direct from owners! Secluded detached villa with flexible accommodation, garage, great views and complete privacy

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For sale by owner!

This villa has been designed and styled with grandeur and convenience and offers a great deal of flexibility.

Also, great attention to detail has been made to ensure the paperwork is spotless – this is a stress free purchase!

A Licence of First Occupation is invaluable in the Andalusian countryside and this property has it! The property can be purchased quickly, easily and without worry. Any lawyer will be pleased to buy this property for his client.

The layout is very flexible and works perfectly for the current owners – large reception rooms, two good sized bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom and plenty of additional space including a large basement, a garage and roof terrace.

If a 3rd bedroom is needed, this can be accommodated without any need for external changes to the property. For example, the impressive library with bay windows and French doors could become a fabulous kitchen/dining room and the current kitchen could become a 3rd bedroom. Equally, there is a basement or a garage which could be converted but the current owners insist, the house works perfectly as it is!

If you are looking for seclusion, peace and quiet then this villa is going to work for you. Yes, you have to drive down a well maintained gravel track to reach the villa but this is a small price to pay for the tranquility and seclusion when you arrive at the property. The villa is very private but it is only 2km from Almogia village with all the amenities needed for every day life.

Summary:

The villa is very spacious and it is set within a large parcel of land (25,000M2) which gives wonderful privacy. However, the land is very low maintenance because most of it drops away and is a natural haven for wildlife. The living accommodation is is all on one level, as is the swimming pool, small formal garden, sun terrace and the sweeping driveway. Down a few steps is the under-build of the swimming pool terrace – a delightful, shady lounging area for daytime relaxing or sunset drinks. Up a small flight of stairs within the property, brings you to the roof terrace with 360 degree mountain views.

The location, whilst a retreat from the noise and pace of modern day living, Almogia village is only 2km away. Almogia is very historic with the ruins of a Moorish castle still visible today. The hillside village (designed for donkeys, mules and oxen, rather than cars) is a maize of small streets and plazas. Among the streets are all manner of different shops, bars and restaurants. At the same time, a modern medical centre with 24hr stand-by ambulance sits alongside the town hall and police station. There is even a large supermarket with car park.

Malaga city and airport is not far away either, 30 minutes to the motorway and 40 minutes into the city centre. The beaches are an easy 35 mins’s drive and a golf course is even closer.

So this property, whilst giving you peace and tranquility, is equally conveniently located close to a village and its modern amenities and approximately 30 mins’ from one of Europe’s busiest airports, Malaga. (Please be assured, this property is not on the flight path as many properties located in the Alora area are)!

Accommodation:

♦ Entrance is via a beautiful solid wood door with a porthole window. You arrive into the area between the living room and library (then on into the corridor where the kitchen, bedrooms and bathrooms are located).

♦ Living/dining room is a light, bright and spacious room that is dual aspect with floor to ceiling windows that take in the amazing views. It is made cosy for winter evenings by having a good size log burner.

♦ The Library also has a wood burning stove and it benefits from an impressive bay window with French doors out onto the front terrace. This room gives access to the staircase that rises up to the roof terrace, down into the basement or into the garage.

♦ The kitchen is completely separate from the main reception rooms and this was designed by the current owners who did not want a large, open plan kitchen space. They prefer the space in the reception rooms and in the bedrooms. The kitchen is very well fitted with all the usual appliances, storage units and there is a back door from this room.

♦ Bedroom 1 is huge and has floor to ceiling built-in wardrobes across the entire expanse of one wall. There is also an en-suite shower room.

♦ Bedroom 2 is a good size double bedroom with glazed built-in wardrobes.

♦ The family bathroom has a corner bath, vanity basin, w.c. and bidet.

♦ The basement is accessed from the library and down the stairs. It comprises one spacious room with a further walk-in storage space off it. This space is ideal for any manner of uses – storage, a study/office, a hobby room, a small cinema space or a gymnasium or even a wine cellar.

♦ The garage is integral to the property and enters into the Library. This space is ideal as a garage or would make a fabulous workshop, art room or hobby room. There are windows, water and electricity and an electrically operated up and over garage door.

♦ Stairs rise up the turret that has a large arched window where you arrive onto the roof terrace (over the garage). This is a lovely area that captures the breeze coming up the valley and is an ideal area to sit and relax. From here you can see mountain range after mountain range, stretching down to the Montes de Malaga natural park that is north of Malaga city.

Outside:

♦ The pool is large and benefits from Roman steps down into the water. It is a good size for swimming lengths and surrounding the pool is a sun terrace with shower.

♦ Below the pool terrace is the outside covered lounging area where full shade can be found. This is a wonderful area to sit and read, dine or relax and watch the sun set with a glass of wine!

♦ We must not forget that fabulous roof terrace or shall we call it the gin and tonic terrace!

♦ There is a circular driveway in white gravel that circles the property, making arriving and leaving very easy. The driveway leads round to the garage.

♦ A small well maintained formal garden is located at the entrance to the property and is planted with Mediterranean succulents and cacti that are low maintenance. Also at the entrance are two trees with protection orders on them; a carob tree (the beans taste like chocolate) and an olive tree.

♦ The gated and walled entrance is welcoming and adds to the grand feel of the villa.

The area:

♦ Almogia is 7 mins’ by car and has all you need for every day living.

♦ Pastelero is only 12 mins’ drive away (on the way to the small town of Villanueva de la Concepcion). Here you will find two very well renowned Ventas serving home cooked, local cuisine at very reasonable prices. Menu del Dia (menu of the day) at either of these bars is a real treat with three or four courses plus drink for just €8 (all home-made). One of the restaurants does finer dining during the evenings which is rather good!

♦ Villanueva de la Concepcion is 30 mins’ drive away and here you will find all you need to include a petrol station, 15 bars and restaurants, supermarkets, sports centre and shops.

♦ The El Torcal Natural Park is just a little further on from Villanueva de la Concepcion and is tipped to one day become a world heritage site. It has magnificent rock formations and it is home to the Ibex (a cross between Antelope, brought over by the Moors and local goats). There are signed walking trails through the park which are wonderful.

♦ A little further north again brings you to the historic city of Antequera (the cross roads of Andalucia). This city has the dolmens (world heritage site) and more churches per population than anywhere else in Spain.

♦ Malaga city with its superb old town in the centre, beach and marina is a real joy and can be reached in 40 minutes.

♦ Malaga airport is approximately 30 mins’ drive away with budget airlines flying in from all over Europe many times per day. There is a second runway now, so there are even a few direct international flights on offer.

Jim and Cathy welcome you to visit their home that they had lovingly built in 2004 – they also have the all-important Licence of First Occupation (Licencia de Primera Occupacion) so you can rest easy that this property has no legality issues and is a sound investment as well as being a comfortable and attractive home.

House-Villa for sale

€ 292,500 (1,234 €/m2)


Location: Almogia, Malaga province, Andalucia, Spain


Beds: 2 Baths: 2Pool: Yes
Built m2: 237 Plot m2: 25000


Condition: Resale


Ref: CPM - 450


Published at SPI: 5 months, 29 days ago


Tags: Aircon, Fireplace, Parking, Storeroom


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.

Direct from owners! Secluded detached villa with flexible accommodation, garage, great views and complete privacy


Marketed on behalf of the owner by Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

Contact Vendor

For sale by owner!

This villa has been designed and styled with grandeur and convenience and offers a great deal of flexibility.

Also, great attention to detail has been made to ensure the paperwork is spotless – this is a stress free purchase!

A Licence of First Occupation is invaluable in the Andalusian countryside and this property has it! The property can be purchased quickly, easily and without worry. Any lawyer will be pleased to buy this property for his client.

The layout is very flexible and works perfectly for the current owners – large reception rooms, two good sized bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom and plenty of additional space including a large basement, a garage and roof terrace.

If a 3rd bedroom is needed, this can be accommodated without any need for external changes to the property. For example, the impressive library with bay windows and French doors could become a fabulous kitchen/dining room and the current kitchen could become a 3rd bedroom. Equally, there is a basement or a garage which could be converted but the current owners insist, the house works perfectly as it is!

If you are looking for seclusion, peace and quiet then this villa is going to work for you. Yes, you have to drive down a well maintained gravel track to reach the villa but this is a small price to pay for the tranquility and seclusion when you arrive at the property. The villa is very private but it is only 2km from Almogia village with all the amenities needed for every day life.

Summary:

The villa is very spacious and it is set within a large parcel of land (25,000M2) which gives wonderful privacy. However, the land is very low maintenance because most of it drops away and is a natural haven for wildlife. The living accommodation is is all on one level, as is the swimming pool, small formal garden, sun terrace and the sweeping driveway. Down a few steps is the under-build of the swimming pool terrace – a delightful, shady lounging area for daytime relaxing or sunset drinks. Up a small flight of stairs within the property, brings you to the roof terrace with 360 degree mountain views.

The location, whilst a retreat from the noise and pace of modern day living, Almogia village is only 2km away. Almogia is very historic with the ruins of a Moorish castle still visible today. The hillside village (designed for donkeys, mules and oxen, rather than cars) is a maize of small streets and plazas. Among the streets are all manner of different shops, bars and restaurants. At the same time, a modern medical centre with 24hr stand-by ambulance sits alongside the town hall and police station. There is even a large supermarket with car park.

Malaga city and airport is not far away either, 30 minutes to the motorway and 40 minutes into the city centre. The beaches are an easy 35 mins’s drive and a golf course is even closer.

So this property, whilst giving you peace and tranquility, is equally conveniently located close to a village and its modern amenities and approximately 30 mins’ from one of Europe’s busiest airports, Malaga. (Please be assured, this property is not on the flight path as many properties located in the Alora area are)!

Accommodation:

♦ Entrance is via a beautiful solid wood door with a porthole window. You arrive into the area between the living room and library (then on into the corridor where the kitchen, bedrooms and bathrooms are located).

♦ Living/dining room is a light, bright and spacious room that is dual aspect with floor to ceiling windows that take in the amazing views. It is made cosy for winter evenings by having a good size log burner.

♦ The Library also has a wood burning stove and it benefits from an impressive bay window with French doors out onto the front terrace. This room gives access to the staircase that rises up to the roof terrace, down into the basement or into the garage.

♦ The kitchen is completely separate from the main reception rooms and this was designed by the current owners who did not want a large, open plan kitchen space. They prefer the space in the reception rooms and in the bedrooms. The kitchen is very well fitted with all the usual appliances, storage units and there is a back door from this room.

♦ Bedroom 1 is huge and has floor to ceiling built-in wardrobes across the entire expanse of one wall. There is also an en-suite shower room.

♦ Bedroom 2 is a good size double bedroom with glazed built-in wardrobes.

♦ The family bathroom has a corner bath, vanity basin, w.c. and bidet.

♦ The basement is accessed from the library and down the stairs. It comprises one spacious room with a further walk-in storage space off it. This space is ideal for any manner of uses – storage, a study/office, a hobby room, a small cinema space or a gymnasium or even a wine cellar.

♦ The garage is integral to the property and enters into the Library. This space is ideal as a garage or would make a fabulous workshop, art room or hobby room. There are windows, water and electricity and an electrically operated up and over garage door.

♦ Stairs rise up the turret that has a large arched window where you arrive onto the roof terrace (over the garage). This is a lovely area that captures the breeze coming up the valley and is an ideal area to sit and relax. From here you can see mountain range after mountain range, stretching down to the Montes de Malaga natural park that is north of Malaga city.

Outside:

♦ The pool is large and benefits from Roman steps down into the water. It is a good size for swimming lengths and surrounding the pool is a sun terrace with shower.

♦ Below the pool terrace is the outside covered lounging area where full shade can be found. This is a wonderful area to sit and read, dine or relax and watch the sun set with a glass of wine!

♦ We must not forget that fabulous roof terrace or shall we call it the gin and tonic terrace!

♦ There is a circular driveway in white gravel that circles the property, making arriving and leaving very easy. The driveway leads round to the garage.

♦ A small well maintained formal garden is located at the entrance to the property and is planted with Mediterranean succulents and cacti that are low maintenance. Also at the entrance are two trees with protection orders on them; a carob tree (the beans taste like chocolate) and an olive tree.

♦ The gated and walled entrance is welcoming and adds to the grand feel of the villa.

The area:

♦ Almogia is 7 mins’ by car and has all you need for every day living.

♦ Pastelero is only 12 mins’ drive away (on the way to the small town of Villanueva de la Concepcion). Here you will find two very well renowned Ventas serving home cooked, local cuisine at very reasonable prices. Menu del Dia (menu of the day) at either of these bars is a real treat with three or four courses plus drink for just €8 (all home-made). One of the restaurants does finer dining during the evenings which is rather good!

♦ Villanueva de la Concepcion is 30 mins’ drive away and here you will find all you need to include a petrol station, 15 bars and restaurants, supermarkets, sports centre and shops.

♦ The El Torcal Natural Park is just a little further on from Villanueva de la Concepcion and is tipped to one day become a world heritage site. It has magnificent rock formations and it is home to the Ibex (a cross between Antelope, brought over by the Moors and local goats). There are signed walking trails through the park which are wonderful.

♦ A little further north again brings you to the historic city of Antequera (the cross roads of Andalucia). This city has the dolmens (world heritage site) and more churches per population than anywhere else in Spain.

♦ Malaga city with its superb old town in the centre, beach and marina is a real joy and can be reached in 40 minutes.

♦ Malaga airport is approximately 30 mins’ drive away with budget airlines flying in from all over Europe many times per day. There is a second runway now, so there are even a few direct international flights on offer.

Jim and Cathy welcome you to visit their home that they had lovingly built in 2004 – they also have the all-important Licence of First Occupation (Licencia de Primera Occupacion) so you can rest easy that this property has no legality issues and is a sound investment as well as being a comfortable and attractive home.

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.