Direct from owners! Beautifully renovated, high quality townhouse located in the heart of this popular town between Zaragoza and Tarragona

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For sale direct from the owners!

This charming townhouse has been designed and renovated to a very high standard. Set across 4 floors, the layout of the property has been created to make the most of the light available and the cooling summer breeze. The bedrooms are located on the lower floors as these will be the cooler levels whereas the living space has been placed on the upper floors to benefit from more light and the fresh breezes available.

The current owners have taken care to renovate the property in a sensitive way to retain many of the traditional features of the property yet create a comfortable and modern interior layout and feel.

The renovation was comprehensive and included renovation of the façade, reforming walls and floors, replacement of plumbing and electrics throughout, upgrading and renewal of the roof including insulation (whilst retaining the original character of the roof), installation of PVC wood effect French windows with double glazing and fly screens, installation of new kitchen and bathrooms and the creation of a lightwell to allow light into the rear of the building together with a small patio.

Where possible the owners created a stylish blend of original features and character by retaining wooden ceiling beams and stonework but with a modern twist to the presentation of the property. The spaces are bright and airy and the property has been designed and decorated to enhance the natural light throughout.

Layout of this cleverly designed town house…

Ground floor

The ground floor contains a spacious entrance hall with built in storage incorporating shelving, a washing machine and refrigerator/freezer. To the rear of the ground floor is located a double bedroom with a window facing onto the lightwell and an en-suite shower room.

First Floor

A stairway of twelve steps leads to the first floor hall which has an under stair cupboard. The hall leads through to a double bedroom with French windows opening onto a balcony, a dressing area with generous wardrobe space and a large en-suite bathroom with separate shower and a 1700mm long bath.

Second floor

A stairway of twelve steps leads to the second floor which provides a spacious lounge with a wood burning stove to one end. French windows to the front open onto a balcony and to the rear, French windows access a cosy enclosed patio.

Third Floor

Twelve steps lead to the third floor which comprises an open plan kitchen and dining area with a washroom to the rear. The kitchen is equipped with an induction hob, extractor fan and oven, dishwasher and refrigerator. A 100 litre water cylinder supplies hot water to the property.

The property is south-east facing so enjoys sunshine in the mornings and shade in the hot afternoons.

All documentation required for renovation works has been obtained

Parking

The street is narrow so we wouldn’t advise parking on it, although some of our neighbours do but it is accessible for loading and offloading and there is free parking available at the end of the street, less than 100 m distance.

Maella

Maella is a village on the banks of the Matarraña river, located in the Bajo Aragón-Caspe comarca in the province of Zaragoza, Aragon. It has been populated since the 1200s. Current population of approximately 2,000.

Maella is a friendly and welcoming village. It has been attracting people from the UK, other Europeans and non-Europeans to the countryside surrounding it for a number of years now where people tend to buy almacens to renovate for vacationing and a small number have also bought townhouses in the village. In spite of this, Maella retains a distinctly Spanish air. In the main Plaza d’España, which is presided over by the town hall with its fifteenth century clock tower, there are three bars with outdoor seating where people gather to enjoy alfresco eating and drinking and this area is the focus for many of the activities which take place during the annual fiesta in August and other times throughout the year.

The sculptor Pablo Gargallo was born in Maella in 1881. His family home has been converted into a museum and there is also a museum in Zaragoza dedicated to his works. There are two medieval churches and the ruins of a 15th century castle.

The region is agricultural and produces olives and almonds and soft fruits: peaches, nectarines, cherries and plums. It is a thriving town with many people of all ages

Amenities available within Maella

A number of small supermarkets including Dia, BonArea and Suma

Bars and restaurants

24 hour medical centre

Primary school

Gasolinera

Two banks (with cash machines)

A Notary

A Gestor

A butcher shop

Two bakeries

A pharmacy

Outdoor pool

Cinema

Sports hall and football ground

Hairdressers, ferreterias, a tobacconist and various other shops,

Two churches

One garage and one bodyshop

Visiting weekly market on Thursdays

Transport links from Maella

By Car

Maella sits halfway between Zaragoza to the west and the Mediterranean coast to the east. Zaragoza, the capital of the province and the Mediterranean coast can both be reached by car within 90 minutes and it is a three hour drive to the excellent ski resort of Formigal in Huesca, in the Spanish Pyrenees, and a three hour drive to Barcelona.

By Bus

Daily direct bus services served by the bus company Hife to Barcelona, Zaragoza, and the surrounding towns including Caspe and Alcaniz

By Train

The nearest train station is Caspe at 24 kms where one can access train links to Zaragoza and Barcelona.

Airports

Closest airports are Reus and Zaragoza, both 90 minutes’ drive

Barcelona El Prat is 2.5 hour’s drive.

Distances

Zaragoza- 121kms

Barcelona- 212kms

Tarragona-115kms

Madrid- 434kms

Formigal, Huesca 279kms

Activities in the surrounding area

Maella is the perfect base for enjoying activities in the surrounding area whilst taking advantage of everything this vibrant town has to offer.

Caspe, Mar de Aragon

24 kms from Maella, and a 20 minute drive. Mar de Aragon in Caspe is a reservoir built on the Rio Ebro. It is the largest reservoir in Aragon at 110kms long and 60 m deep. It is popular for fishing a variety of species and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world for fishing championships which are held at national, European and world level.

There are also water sports including windsurfing, water skiing, wakeboarding, rowing, canoeing, kayaking and sailing.

Ciudad del Motor de Aragón (Motorland), Alcañiz,

Alcañiz, 54 kms from Maella is 40 minutes’ drive.

Motorland is a 5.344 km motorsport race track. It has hosted the World Series by Renault since 2009, as well Moto GP and other motor sports.

Els Ports National Park

Els Ports National Park in Cataluña is approximately 1 hour away

Skiing

Skiing: Andorra is approximately 3 hrs drive. Formigal in Huesca, Aragon is also approximately 3 hours drive.

Townhouse (Terraced) for sale

€ 99,500 (691 €/m2)


Location: Maella, Aragon, Spain


Beds: 2 Baths: 3
Built m2: 144


Condition: Resale


Ref: CPM - 471


Published at SPI: 2 months, 19 days ago


Tags: Fireplace, Parking, Storeroom, Walking distance amenities


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! Beautifully renovated, high quality townhouse located in the heart of this popular town between Zaragoza and Tarragona


Marketed on behalf of the owner by Creative Property Marketing

+34 951 400 228

Contact Vendor

For sale direct from the owners!

This charming townhouse has been designed and renovated to a very high standard. Set across 4 floors, the layout of the property has been created to make the most of the light available and the cooling summer breeze. The bedrooms are located on the lower floors as these will be the cooler levels whereas the living space has been placed on the upper floors to benefit from more light and the fresh breezes available.

The current owners have taken care to renovate the property in a sensitive way to retain many of the traditional features of the property yet create a comfortable and modern interior layout and feel.

The renovation was comprehensive and included renovation of the façade, reforming walls and floors, replacement of plumbing and electrics throughout, upgrading and renewal of the roof including insulation (whilst retaining the original character of the roof), installation of PVC wood effect French windows with double glazing and fly screens, installation of new kitchen and bathrooms and the creation of a lightwell to allow light into the rear of the building together with a small patio.

Where possible the owners created a stylish blend of original features and character by retaining wooden ceiling beams and stonework but with a modern twist to the presentation of the property. The spaces are bright and airy and the property has been designed and decorated to enhance the natural light throughout.

Layout of this cleverly designed town house…

Ground floor

The ground floor contains a spacious entrance hall with built in storage incorporating shelving, a washing machine and refrigerator/freezer. To the rear of the ground floor is located a double bedroom with a window facing onto the lightwell and an en-suite shower room.

First Floor

A stairway of twelve steps leads to the first floor hall which has an under stair cupboard. The hall leads through to a double bedroom with French windows opening onto a balcony, a dressing area with generous wardrobe space and a large en-suite bathroom with separate shower and a 1700mm long bath.

Second floor

A stairway of twelve steps leads to the second floor which provides a spacious lounge with a wood burning stove to one end. French windows to the front open onto a balcony and to the rear, French windows access a cosy enclosed patio.

Third Floor

Twelve steps lead to the third floor which comprises an open plan kitchen and dining area with a washroom to the rear. The kitchen is equipped with an induction hob, extractor fan and oven, dishwasher and refrigerator. A 100 litre water cylinder supplies hot water to the property.

The property is south-east facing so enjoys sunshine in the mornings and shade in the hot afternoons.

All documentation required for renovation works has been obtained

Parking

The street is narrow so we wouldn’t advise parking on it, although some of our neighbours do but it is accessible for loading and offloading and there is free parking available at the end of the street, less than 100 m distance.

Maella

Maella is a village on the banks of the Matarraña river, located in the Bajo Aragón-Caspe comarca in the province of Zaragoza, Aragon. It has been populated since the 1200s. Current population of approximately 2,000.

Maella is a friendly and welcoming village. It has been attracting people from the UK, other Europeans and non-Europeans to the countryside surrounding it for a number of years now where people tend to buy almacens to renovate for vacationing and a small number have also bought townhouses in the village. In spite of this, Maella retains a distinctly Spanish air. In the main Plaza d’España, which is presided over by the town hall with its fifteenth century clock tower, there are three bars with outdoor seating where people gather to enjoy alfresco eating and drinking and this area is the focus for many of the activities which take place during the annual fiesta in August and other times throughout the year.

The sculptor Pablo Gargallo was born in Maella in 1881. His family home has been converted into a museum and there is also a museum in Zaragoza dedicated to his works. There are two medieval churches and the ruins of a 15th century castle.

The region is agricultural and produces olives and almonds and soft fruits: peaches, nectarines, cherries and plums. It is a thriving town with many people of all ages

Amenities available within Maella

A number of small supermarkets including Dia, BonArea and Suma

Bars and restaurants

24 hour medical centre

Primary school

Gasolinera

Two banks (with cash machines)

A Notary

A Gestor

A butcher shop

Two bakeries

A pharmacy

Outdoor pool

Cinema

Sports hall and football ground

Hairdressers, ferreterias, a tobacconist and various other shops,

Two churches

One garage and one bodyshop

Visiting weekly market on Thursdays

Transport links from Maella

By Car

Maella sits halfway between Zaragoza to the west and the Mediterranean coast to the east. Zaragoza, the capital of the province and the Mediterranean coast can both be reached by car within 90 minutes and it is a three hour drive to the excellent ski resort of Formigal in Huesca, in the Spanish Pyrenees, and a three hour drive to Barcelona.

By Bus

Daily direct bus services served by the bus company Hife to Barcelona, Zaragoza, and the surrounding towns including Caspe and Alcaniz

By Train

The nearest train station is Caspe at 24 kms where one can access train links to Zaragoza and Barcelona.

Airports

Closest airports are Reus and Zaragoza, both 90 minutes’ drive

Barcelona El Prat is 2.5 hour’s drive.

Distances

Zaragoza- 121kms

Barcelona- 212kms

Tarragona-115kms

Madrid- 434kms

Formigal, Huesca 279kms

Activities in the surrounding area

Maella is the perfect base for enjoying activities in the surrounding area whilst taking advantage of everything this vibrant town has to offer.

Caspe, Mar de Aragon

24 kms from Maella, and a 20 minute drive. Mar de Aragon in Caspe is a reservoir built on the Rio Ebro. It is the largest reservoir in Aragon at 110kms long and 60 m deep. It is popular for fishing a variety of species and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world for fishing championships which are held at national, European and world level.

There are also water sports including windsurfing, water skiing, wakeboarding, rowing, canoeing, kayaking and sailing.

Ciudad del Motor de Aragón (Motorland), Alcañiz,

Alcañiz, 54 kms from Maella is 40 minutes’ drive.

Motorland is a 5.344 km motorsport race track. It has hosted the World Series by Renault since 2009, as well Moto GP and other motor sports.

Els Ports National Park

Els Ports National Park in Cataluña is approximately 1 hour away

Skiing

Skiing: Andorra is approximately 3 hrs drive. Formigal in Huesca, Aragon is also approximately 3 hours drive.

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.