Situated in one of the popular Alpujarran villages, this four storey house is currently used as a holiday let business with tourist licence in place. It a great opportunity to live in one of the apartments and let the other two, or to continue with the current set up.
The top apartment is over two floors, 84m2 on one and 25m2 on the other with access to the covered terrace with jacuzzi and amazing views, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan living/kitchen/dining room with french doors and a balcony.
Middle apartment is 84m2, has two bedrooms, bathroom, living/dining room and access to a balcony.
Bottom apartment is 77m2 two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and separate wc, laundry and storage room.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Internet is available from local suppliers. There are radiators fitted in the top apartment, so would be easy to install a boiler for full central heating. Hot water is provided by a mixture of electricity and gas.
Cáñar is a small village in the Alpujarras comarca of the province ofGranada in Spain. It is located a few kilometres north of the road from Orgiva to Pampaneira and the high Alpujarras. The GR-7 long-distance footpath, following the ancient highway through the Alpujarras, runs through the village.
The area of the municipality is 26 km²., and it is located at a height of 1014 metres above sea level. Its population in 2005 was estimated as 366 people, of whom 69 were not Spanish citizens, most of these being citizens of other European Countries. The village has few facilities for tourists other than a handful of bars, and is of a very traditional Alpujarran character, with animal stabling integrated into houses that open onto the main street and square. The villagers are extremely welcoming and celebrate all the major festivals enthusiastically. The "patrona" of the village is Santa Ana and the associated fiesta takes place on and around 26 July each year.
Cáñar has several accommodation options ranging from small apartments to let in the village, cortijos further up into the sierra and the acclaimed "El Cielo de Canar" boutique hotel is situated just 2 km outside the village.
Between Cáñar and the neighbouring village to the east, Soportujar, lies a remarkable dam across the deep gorge of the Chico river. This is known as "Dique 24" and was built in 1942 to control the destructive flash floods that the Rio Chico sometimes unleashes. The GR7 footpath crosses the stream just above the dam.
Existing Business Existing Self Catering Income
Close To All Amenities Close To Village Distant Sea Views Magnificent Views
Private Entrance South Facing Tranquil Location