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Cortijo in the municipality of Torvizcón known as Cerro álvarez composed of land with different crops, house, cellar and winery. A part of the land, 3, 5 hectares, is destined to the almond trees. Another, 1, 5 hectares, to the cultivation of vineyard with its corresponding winery and cellar. In addition, the farm has a house with drinking water currently two rooms but with the possibility of building a new one on a 200 square meter plot. (subject to permsision). The farm is located in the middle of typical Alpujarra nature, also having great views of the sea. It has access road by dirt road and a total area of five hectares. It is more than 1,000 meters above sea level with cool temperatures in summer. Near various towns in the Alpujarra, such as Torvizcón, Cádiar, Albondón. . . and an hour and a quarter by car to Granada capital. The farmhouse has many possibilities in a spectacular area of the Alpujarra, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada and overlooking the sea.
Mains water is connected. Interent available from local suppliers. Currently there is no electricity, the possibility to install solar panels.
The property is situated around a 20 minute drive from the nearest village of Torvizcon, where there are shops, post office, bank, petrol station, hotel and bars. Around 45 minutes to the coast at Castell de ferro. Cadiar is around 30 minutes drive and Orgiva 40 minutes from the house. Torvizcón is a municipality of Spain in the province of Granada , autonomous community of Andalusia , of area 51 km2 with population of 799 inhabitants (2007) and population density of 15,68 hab / km ². The municipality counts on a church, the one of Our Lady of the Rosary, of century XV1, of Mudejar Style (that incorporates influences, elements or materials of Hispano Muslim Style ).
Some historians consider that in this territory already existed a population in the time of the Roman Empire , with the name of Turidianum. Later, during the Arab domination, Torvizcón reached a remarkable splendor thanks to its agriculture. There silk was also produced and vineyards were grown to export grapes.With the Christian reconquest and later expulsion of the Moors, the city suffered a fall in the population number. In this region has originated the Family Escudero.
Land & Gardens
Almond Trees Fruit Trees Gently Sloping Land
Suitable for Equestrian Use Vineyard
Currently No Electricity Available
Requires Finishing To Make Habitable