Utterly wonderful, quirky house on several levels, set in a beautiful easy to maintain garden. There are an abundance of outside seating areas including two full lounge areas and a substantial outdoor kitchen. The property is very private and has a magnificent infinity pool with sea views. The design of the house is unique with a grand open staircase which leads up to what was originally the master bedroom with en-suite shower room (now used as a library). The main floor, with fully equipped kitchen, dining area and two lounge areas is open plan with fabulous sea views. Separating the two lounge areas is a wood-burner to take the chill off winter nights. Also on this floor are two further bedrooms and a bathroom. Quality materials have been used in the construction including hand-made terra cotta tiles on the floor and exotic solid wooden doors with intricate handles, imported form the Far East. Just outside on this level is a seating area with barbecue which is used as a tv lounge in summer. The views across the Mediterranean are spectacular. Descending winding stone steps leads to the pool and the summer lounge with separate kitchen and bar. Slightly lower than this is a separate apartment consisting of studio bedroom/lounge, bathroom and two saunas (one traditional, one infrared) as well as a large storage room. Throughout the very attractive gardens there are seating areas, perhaps as many as ten, so no matter what time of day or whichever season there is always somewhere attractive to sit whether you are chasing the sun or hiding from it. In total there are some 200 m2 of terraces. At the foot of the stone steps is a complete surprise - a building intended for a squash court. This high-ceilinged 47 m2 building now houses a boat and other materials. As the sun goes down, sitting in the tropical garden, you could be forgiven for thinking you are in some exotic coastal resort in Asia or the Caribbean. At entry level there is an attractive patio and a double garage.
There are two main parts of Salobreña; The first is The Old Town which sits on top of a rocky prominence and is a cluster of whitewashed houses and quirky steep narrow streets leading up to a 10th-century Moorish castle. This is called 'El Castillo De Salobreña' which is one of its main tourist attractions. The second part of Salobreña is new developments which spread from the bottom of The Old Town right to the Beach. The whole town is almost surrounded by sugarcane fields on each side along the coast and further inland.
Another tourist attraction in Salobreña is 'El Peñon' (The Rock) which divides two of Salobreña's five beaches and juts out between Playa La Guardia and Playa de la Charca/Solamar and into the sea.
The last remaining cane sugar factory in Europe was located along the coast just west of the village of La Caleta de Salobreña. It closed in 2006.6
Land & Gardens
Fully Fitted Kitchen
Distant Sea Views
South West Facing
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These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed nor do they form part of any contract.The price quoted excludes purchasing costs which are agency commission, notary and registry fees and transfer tax (stamp duty). In total these constitute approximately 12% on top of the price. Please allow for this when considering whether a property falls within your budget. Junta de Andalucía, Decreto 218/2005, actualizada a 2 de mayo de 2006.La agencia tiene disponible al consumidor un Documento Informativo Abreviado para esta propiedad.El precio excluye la comisión de la agencia, los honorarios de Notaría y Registro y el I.T.P.
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