Village house with easy access, the property is over two levels. The entrance door leads into the ground floor, here you find a reception hall, stairs to the first floor and access through to the dining room with window to the South elevation, this leads through into the kitchen with its traditional arch and beamed ceiling, off of which there is a large utility room with plumbing for washing machine etc. Another door leads off the kitchen through to a store/study area and through into the enormous sitting room with beamed ceiling and storage shelves. Large windows to the South elevation affording wonderful mountain and countryside views. A lovely wooden door leads out to a ground floor terrace again with wonderful views. The first floor has a large master bedroom with French doors to the fron of the house, also an en-suite bathroom with window to the South. Along the passageway there are another two existing bedrooms and two other rooms, one currently used as a study the other was the old kitchen. At the end of the passageway there's the sun room, with wall to wall windows affording that wonderful view, another door leads out onto another terrace with space for table, chairs BBQ etc. The house has 256m2 built, with the distribution it could be made into to independent apartments with separate access, ideal for extended family or to let out.
Mains water, electricity and sewage are connected. Internet is available from local suppliers.
In Mecina Bombarón, residents celebrate la Fiesta de la Castaña at the end of October. In Yegen, in January, residents celebrate the patron saints days. Typical events include the traditional running of the ribbon with horses and donkeys, the Niño procession and evening celebrations. During la Feria de la Castaña there are demonstrations of local trades and a ttraditional dinner, residents also travel the routes to the best chestnut trees which surround the village centre of Mecina.
Under Mecina Bombarón is the area of El Golco, home to one of the oldest churches in the area - Nuestra Señora de Araceli. Built in the 16th century, it has been well conserved. In the Cortijada de Montenegro area, a small neighbourhood formed by various estates, you should visit la Ermita de la Virgen de Fátima and El Salto del Gitano. Here you’ll find water sources and stone fireplaces to prepare food.
Situated around two hours drive from Malaga Airport, forty minutes from the capital of the Alpujarras Orgiva. Around two hours to the Historic City of Granada where the famous Alhambra Palace is located.
Broadband Internet Panoramic Views
Fully Fitted Kitchen Open Fireplace(s)
Wood Burning Stove(s) Wooden Beams
Close To All Amenities Close To Village Magnificent Views
Private Entrance South Facing Tranquil Location